New HUPO Head Looks to Build Membership, Push Human Proteome Project Forward | GenomeWeb
As Young-Ki Paik steps in as the new president of the Human Proteome Organization, opening up the lines of communication and raising membership will be his top priorities.
On Jan. 1, Paik became the fourth president of HUPO, succeeding Rolf Apweiler as HUPO’s leader, and in an interview with ProteoMonitor recently, he singled out establishing better relationships with other proteomics societies, especially on the local level, as his key objective for his two-year term.

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