The National Institutes of Health's Center for Scientific Review Director Toni Scarpa will be leaving his post come September. Blogger Writedit at Medical Writing, Editing, and Granstmanship first reported Scarpa's departure, which CSR has confirmed to Daily Scan.

In an e-mail Scarpa sent to his colleagues last week, Writedit says the outgoing director noted:

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