Tak Wah Mak, Michael Levitt, Claudia Gutjahr-Loeser, Alexander Oehmichen , Robert Ingersoll, Laurence Jay Korn, Robert Williamson | GenomeWeb

Affinium Pharmaceuticals said last week that two of the company’s advisors, Tak Wah Mak and Michael Levitt, had been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Mak, a member of Affinium’s board of directors, was elected as a foreign associate of NAS, and Levitt, who sits on the company’s scientific advisory board, was elected as a member.

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