Completing Previously Announced Reorganization, Silence Closes US Facility, Seeks New CEO | GenomeWeb

Silence Therapeutics this week said that it has completed is previously announced restructuring and fully shuttered its US operations in Redwood City, Calif.

In addition, UK-based Silence said that it has lowered the headcount at its Berlin, Germany, research facility to 27 from 32, although it noted that the reduction in force “will not affect the company's research and development capabilities … and will not have a material impact on [its] cash position.”

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