NCGR Restructures Organization To Carry Out New Mission, Cuts Informatics Staff | GenomeWeb

SANTA FE, NM--In a decision that reflects its new mission as well as the effects of discontinued US Department of Energy funding for the Genome Sequence DataBase, the National Center for Genomic Resources (NCGR) here eliminated six bioinformatics positions last month and created several new job openings for scientists. Bob Dunkle, NCGR's president and CEO, told BioInform that the institute plans to increase its staff by more than 20 percent this year.

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