Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Fair and Balanced
Here's a feel-good story of a Merck scientist who left the glamorous life of New Jersey pharmaceuticals for a nonprofit. [Newark Star Ledger]
The scientist who built Merck's well-regarded vaccine program is leaving the drug maker to join an international effort to develop an AIDS vaccine.

Emilio Emini, a 20-year Merck veteran, will head research at the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, a nonprofit group that is financed by, among others, the World Bank, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and several governments, including the United States'.

Just so I don't seem, you know, biased.


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