People in the News: George Komatsoulis, Juli Klemm, James Robins, Isaac Kohane, and others | GenomeWeb

George Komatsoulis has left the National Cancer Institute to work as a senior bioinformatics specialist at the National Center for Biotechnology Information.

Previously, he was the deputy director of the NCI's Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT). He's also served as acting chief information officer and interim director for CBIIT.

Juli Klemm is serving as acting deputy director for CBIIT while the agency searches for a replacement.


GNS Healthcare has added several new members to its scientific advisory board.

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