Annemiek Nelis leaves the Centre for Society and Genomics

04 Jan 2010

As of 1 March 2010, Annemiek Nelis will leave the Centre for Society and Genomics (CSG). She has accepted a position as research manager at the Dutch Safety Board in The Hague. Annemiek Nelis joined CSG in 2004 as deputy-director. In 2007, as general director, she secured the funding for the current CSG-next programme. CSG has over 50 research projects at ten universities and institutes. In addition, CSG manages the DNA-labs on the Road and a public website on genomics. This year, Annemiek Nelis was one of the initiators of a Nijmegen-based science-hub for primary school teachers.

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