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Peter Pace

Pathway Genomics announced that Peter Pace, the 16th chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and a retired US Marine general, has joined its board of directors. Appointed by US President George W. Bush in 2005, Pace was the principal military advisor to the president, National Security Council, Homeland Security Council, and the Secertary of Defense. He stepped down as chairman in 2007.

Pace graduated from the US Naval Academy, and holds a Master's Degree in administration from George Washington University.

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