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NYGC: Mary-Claire King

Mary-Claire King has joined the New York Genome Center faculty on a consulting basis as a senior associate core member. She is the American Cancer Society Professor in the Department of Genome Sciences and Medicine at the University of Washington in Seattle. At the NYGC, she will work closely with Thomas Lehner, the center's recently appointed scientific director of neuropsychiatric disease, and act as a senior adviser to both Lehner and Tom Maniatis, the center's CEO.

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