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The Genetics Society of America (GSA) Announce the Election of Five New Leaders

Based on an article from Genes to Genomes: A Blog from the Genetics Society of America

The Genetics Society of America recently announced the election of five new leaders to the GSA Board of Directors, including two of Cornell's own. Mariana Wolfner and Daniel Barbash, both a part of the Molecular Biology and Genetics department, have been elected to serve on the GSA board. Mariana will be the 2023 Vice President and the 2024 President of the board. Daniel will be serving as one of three directors on the board. Read more on Mariana and Daniel's research and what they're plans are as they head into their new roles.

Congratulations to both Mariana and Daniel!

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