At Sanger, New Leader with a New Charge | GenomeWeb

The Wellcome Trust has awarded the Sanger Institute more than £7 million and appointed a new leader. Former HUGO President Leena Peltonen will, they hope, help the institute marshal in a new era of disease-focused genetic research, according to this news article. Peltonen will take the reins as head of human genetics next month.

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