Friedrich von Bohlen on His New Role at Lion after a 10-Month Hiatus | GenomeWeb

Last week, Lion Bioscience announced that former CEO Friedrich von Bohlen would be returning to the company in a new role as chairman of its supervisory board. BioInform spoke to von Bohlen to find out how he plans to assist the company in this new position, and what he’s been up to since he resigned in January.

Why are you coming back to Lion? What were some factors you considered in deciding whether to return?

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