Hagan Takes Extramural NIGMS Post
Dr. Ann Hagan was recently appointed deputy associate director for extramural activities at the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. She will assist in setting grant funding policies and procedures and will serve as the institute's liaison to the Center for Scientific Review. Hagan, who has worked at NIH for the last 13 years, has served as chief of NIDDK's Review Branch since 1996 and as chief of the branch's chartered committees section since 1992. She first came to NIH in 1979 as a staff fellow at the National Institute of Mental Health. In 1981, she returned to the academic community and later was an NIH guest researcher in neuro-immunology before joining the National Cancer Institute in 1987 as an executive secretary in the Division of Extramural Activities.
Lee Named Deputy Executive Officer
Sally Lee was recently appointed deputy executive officer of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. In this position, she will work with the associate director for administration and operations to manage all aspects of the institute's administrative operations, including financial, personnel, information technology, committee management and management analysis. Lee joined NIGMS as an administrative technician in 1988 and became a management analyst in 1991. She participated in the Women's Executive Leadership Program in 1997 and 1998, with assignments in the NIH Office of Administrative Services and Resources and at the National Partnership for Reinventing Government, where she coordinated the Federal Communicators Network.
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