The ABCs of Good Research


With more than 20 years of experience as both a physician and a researcher, Eric Green has been in the trenches of genomics research virtually since the beginning. Given his wide range of expertise and breadth of experience, it should come as no surprise that Green holds more positions than your average PI. In addition to serving as the scientific director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, Green is also chief and senior investigator of the Genome Technology Branch, head of the Physical Mapping Section, and director of NIH's Intramural Sequencing Center.

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