Novartis Research Leader Sees Bioinformatics As Growing Tool in Overall Genomics Efforts | GenomeWeb

BASEL--In a recent conversation with BioInform, René Ziegler, head of research information management at Novartis Pharma AG, the biomedical research and development arm of the recently formed life sciences giant Novartis, shared his perspectives on expanding the role of bioinformatics in the company now that the dust is settling from the recent merger of Novartis's predecessors, Ciba-Geigy and Sandoz.

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