The Pistoia Alliance has hired Richard Holland to serve as its executive director of operations.

Holland comes to Pistoia after working for bioinformatics consultancy Eagle Genomics for six years. He will begin his new role at Pistoia in June this year, leading a team focused on building and delivering a portfolio of diverse and complex initiatives for the alliance.


Omicia has hired Paul Billings as its chief medical officer and to serve on its scientific advisory board.

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