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People in the News: Toby Bloom

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The New York Genome Center has tapped Toby Bloom to serve as its head of bioinformatics. Robert Darnell, the president and scientific director of the NYGC, made the announcement during a presentation at the Bio-IT world conference which was held in Boston this week.

Bloom has been serving as the director of informatics for the Broad Institute's Genomics platform

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