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Call for Assistant News Editors

 
  May, 17 2005 10:54
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Assistant Editors for the HUM-MOLGEN News section

Positions will be voluntary (as are all HMGN editorial positions) and will require approximately 6-10 hours/month. If you want to support the HUM-MOLGEN concept actively, please submit your CV and one paragraph stating your visions concerning the further development of our news service or a sample news message to the HUM-MOLGEN news team at news@hum-molgen.org. For additional information please contact T.M. D'Souza (tmdsouza@hotmail.com).


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