Benjamin Levin, Marvin Selter, James Greenwood, and Francis Crick | GenomeWeb

CytRx said this week that it has named Benjamin Levin as the company’s new general counsel, vice president of legal affairs, and corporate secretary.

According to CytRx, Levin has spent the last four years at the firm of O’Melveny & Myers as a transactional lawyer. He graduated from Stanford Law School, and holds an SB in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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