Philip Leder, Paul Billings, Geoffrey Duyk, Frank McCormick, Greg Plowman, Michael Morrissey, Jeffrey Latts, George Scangos | GenomeWeb

Philip Leder, head of the department of genetics at Harvard Medical School, has been elected to the board of directors at Schering-Plough. He will begin Nov. 1.

Leder is also a senior investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and an honorary trustee of the Massachusetts General Hospital, chairman of the Board of the Charles A. Revson Foundation, a trustee of the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences, and the Hadassah Medical Organization.

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