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Burkhard Rost, Barbara Bryant, Toni Kazic, David Rocke, Michael Gribskov


The International Society for Computational Biology has announced its officers for the term beginning Jan. 21, 2005: Burkhard Rost of Columbia University and Barbara Bryant of Millennium Pharmaceuticals have been elected as vice presidents; Toni Kazic of the University of Missouri, Columbia, as secretary; and David Rocke of the University of California, Davis, as treasurer. Michael Gribskov of Purdue University will serve his second term as president. In addition, several new members were elected to the ISCB board: Kevin Karplus of the University of California, Santa Cruz; Janet Kelso of the South African National Bioinformatics Institute; Thomas Lengauer of the Max-Planck Institute for Informatics; Reinhard Schneider of EMBL; Terry Speed of the University of California, Berkeley; Tan Tin Wee of the National University of Singapore; Alfonso Valencia of the Instituto Nacional de Bioinformatica; and Lisa Vawter of Aventis Pharma.


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