Addison Joins CSR
Dr. Randolph Addison has joined the Center for Scientific Review as scientific review administrator for the SSS-U study section in the cell development and function integrated review group. The section reviews small business innovation research grants, applications for shared instrumentation, as well as other applications focused on innovative microscopic instrumentation and techniques. Addison received his Ph.D. in biochemistry from Cornell University, studying mitochondria biogenesis. In postdoctoral research at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, he studied the intracellular mechanisms of energy transduction. He then became an assistant professor of cell biology at Rockefeller University, then continued to study at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Memphis. Prior to coming to CSR, Addison was a research associate professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Georgetown University.
NIH'ers To Head Interferon Society
For the next 4 years, the International Society for Interferon and Cytokine Research will be led by two members of the NIH research community. In 2002 and 2003, the ISICR president will be Dr. Keiko Ozato of NICHD, followed in 2004, 2005 by Dr. Howard Young, NCI. The past president was Dr. Kathy Zoon, CBER, FDA. More information about ISICR and its annual meeting (Torino, Italy, Oct. 6-11) can be found at www.isicr.org.
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