People in the News: Peter Lamothe | GenomeWeb

The Jackson Laboratory has named Peter Lamothe senior director for development. Lamothe, who will be based at the Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine campus in Farmington, Conn., served as director of development for the Yale Cancer Center since 2007.

While at Yale, he developed and launched a fundraising program, managed and supported fundraising professionals and volunteers, and helped complete a $100 million campaign.

He also previously was executive director for the New Haven Museum and Historical Society.

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