This report was originally published May 14, and updated May 18 to include additional information from the UKCMRI.

By Alex Philippidis

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The planned UK Centre for Medical Research and Innovation has begun soliciting resumes for its first director and chief executive who would be "responsible for all aspects of its operations" — a sign that the controversial project continues to move forward following the UK's recent change of government.

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