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EBI's Rolf Apweiler Named HUPO President-Elect

Rolf Apweiler of the European Bioinformatics Institute has been elected to become the next president of the Human Proteome Organization.

Apweiler is currently chair of HUPO's Proteomics Standards Initiative, which aims to create bioinformatics standards for the submission and storage of data and information on proteomics experiments, as well as other types of experiments. He will take HUPO's helm on Jan. 1, 2007, for two years, replacing John Bergeron.

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