New York Genome Center Starts Moving into Permanent Home, Recruiting PIs; CLIA Lab to Open this Year | GenomeWeb

The New York Genome Center has begun to move into its new home in downtown Manhattan and plans to have its sequencing operations up and running next month, prior to a "ribbon-cutting ceremony" in mid-September.

The center is in the process of recruiting several principal investigators – both experimental researchers and bioinformaticians – who will set up their groups in the brand-new labs and office space.

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