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Christopher Connell

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Down to a Science

July 1, 2001 hen Harold Varmus, the Nobel Laureate who ran the National Institutes of Health to wide acclaim during the Clinton years, suggested in 1999 the idea of consolidating some of NIH's rapidly proliferating fiefdoms, Anthony S. Fauci was quick to offer a tongue-in-cheek suggestion on how best to proceed. Fauci, director...

The problem solver

April 1, 2001 resh from Yale with a bachelor's degree in history and a spot in the Ivy League school's swimming record book, Christopher Hoenig set off for Europe in 1980 in search of adventure and his life's work. After six months of knocking on doors, he landed a job in Holland creating...

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