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NIH: Joshua Denny, Eric Dishman, Stephanie Devaney

Joshua Denny has been selected as CEO of the US National Institutes of Health's All of Us research program. He will replace Eric Dishman, who will become chief innovation officer for the program. Denny is currently a professor in the departments of Biomedical Informatics and Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He is also the principal investigator for the All of Us Data and Research Center, and he was a member of an advisory committee to the NIH director that helped develop the All of Us program.

Stephanie Devaney, currently deputy director for the All of Us program, is being promoted to chief operating officer, a new position.

The Scan

Boosters Chasing Variants

The New York Times reports that an FDA advisory panel is to weigh updated booster vaccines for COVID-19.

Not Yet

The World Health Organization says monkeypox is not yet a global emergency, the Washington Post reports.

More Proposed for Federal Research

Science reports that US House of Representatives panels are seeking to increase federal research funding.

PLOS Papers on Breast Cancer Metastasis, Left-Sided Cardiac Defects, SARS-CoV-2 Monitoring

In PLOS this week: link between breast cancer metastasis and CLIC4, sequencing analysis of left-sided cardiac defects, and more.