Matthias Uhlen, Young-Ki Paik, Xiaohong Qian, Rolf Apweiler, Angelika Gorg, Helmut Meyer, Bochum University, Roman Zubarev, Catherine Fenselau, Peipei Ping, Richard Smith, Walter Bodmer, Eric Johnstone, April Manness | GenomeWeb
The Human Proteome Organization this week announced the results of its elections held last week. Matthias Uhlen from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, and Richard Simpson from the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research in Australia, were elected to HUPO’s executive committee. Uhlen, a member-at-large, will serve in 2008. Simpson, who will be treasurer/chair of the finance committee, will serve from 2008 to 2010.
 

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