Charles Cantor, John Cowell, Herbert Hauptman, Eugene Koonin, Michael Levitt, Craig Liddell, Thomas Colatsky, Ian Howes, Ted Slater, Frank White | GenomeWeb

The Buffalo Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics has appointed seven members to its scientific advisory board: Charles Cantor, CSO of Sequenom; John Cowell, chairman of the department of cancer genetics at Roswell Park Cancer Institute; Herbert Hauptman, Nobel Laureate and president of Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute; Barry Honig, professor of biochemistry and molecular biophysics at Columbia University; Eugene Koonin, senior investigator at NCBI; Michael Levitt, chair of the department of structur

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