Bill Hancock, currently vice president of proteomics at Thermo Finnigan, told ProteoMonitor last week that he will move to Northeastern University in Boston in November, taking up a post as professor of chemistry at the Barnett Institute and department of chemistry. He will be focusing on clinical proteomics. Hancock’s previous positions include principal scientist at HP/Agilent Laboratories and director of analytical chemistry at Genentech.

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