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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The New York Genome Center's Founding Executive Director Nancy Kelley is leaving her post, NYGC said this week, although she will continue to serve as an advisor and remain on the center's board of directors.

Kelley was a leader of the effort, along with 11 institutional founding members, to establish NYGC and to settle it into its current location in downtown Manhattan.

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