Spurred by City s Economic Incentives, Sirna Plans to Relocate HQ to San Francisco | GenomeWeb

Sirna Therapeutics announced last week that it has decided to relocate its corporate headquarters to San Francisco from Boulder, Colo., in a bid to place itself in the heart of one of the most prominent biotechnology clusters in the US.

“The headquarters move will place Sirna firmly among its peers in the world’s leading biotechnology community,” Howard Robin, president and CEO of Sirna, said in a statement.

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