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BioInform Gets CEO’s Choice Award


Adrienne Burke, editor of Genome Technology magazine, a BioInform sister publication, has won the 2000 Press Access PRESStige Award in the category of CEO’s Choice, Healthcare. Burke won the award for her previous work as editor of BioInform.

Recipients are selected by public relations professionals in an election sponsored by Press Access, a Lexis-Nexis company. Other media receiving awards in the competition this year were the New York Times,, Computer Technology Review, eWeek, ZDNet,, Business 2.0, Yahoo! Internet Life and CNET

Burke, who has been covering genomics for three years, stepped down as editor of BioInform earlier this year to assume editorial responsibility for GenomeWeb’s monthly magazine.

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