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Human Genome News, September 1990; 2(3)

NIH Program Advisory Committee on the Human Genome

  • Norton D. Zinder, Chairman - The Rockefeller University
  • Elke Jordan, Executive Secretary - NCHGR Deputy Director

Members

  • Bruce M. Alberts - University of California San Francisco
  • David Botstein - Genentech Inc.
  • Jaime G. Carbonell - Carnegie-Mellon University
  • Leroy E. Hood - California Institute of Technology
  • Victor A. McKusick - The Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Maynard V. Olson - Washington University School of Medicine
  • Mark L. Pearson - E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company
  • Cecil B. Pickett - Merck Frosst Centre for Therapeutic Research
  • Phillip A. Sharp - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Nancy S. Wexler - Columbia University

Liaison Members

  • Benjamin J. Barnhart - DOE Human Genome Program Manager
  • George F. Cahill, Jr. - Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • C. Thomas Caskey - Baylor College of Medicine
  • Mary E. Clutter - National Science Foundation
  • Ruth L. Kirschstein - NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences
  • Jerome P. Miksche - U.S. Department of Agriculture

Joint DOE-NIH Subcommittee on the Human Genome

  • Sheldon Wolff, Cochair - University of California (HERAC Chair)
  • Norton D. Zinder, Cochair - The Rockefeller University (PACHG Chair)
  • David Botstein - Genentech Inc. (PACHG)
  • Charles R. Cantor - Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (HGCC)
  • Jaime G. Carbonell - Carnegie-Mellon University (PACHG)
  • Anthony V. Carrano - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (HGCC)
  • Leonard S. Lerman - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (HERAC)
  • Robert K. Moyzis - Los Alamos National Laboratory (HGCC)
  • Maynard V. Olson - Washington University School of Medicine (PACHG)
  • MaryLou Pardue - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (HERAC)
  • Mark L. Pearson - E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (PACHG)
  • Nancy S. Wexler - Columbia University (PACHG)

HGMIS Staff

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