2011 18 August Mark Guyer-Jane Peterson interview
Mark Guyer and Jane Peterson, in-person interview with Kathryn Maxson and Robert Cook-Deegan, conducted in Rockville, MD (NIH campus), 18 August 2011. Mark Guyer and Jane Peterson were grants program officers at the NIH during the HGP, and were some of the longest-standing employees in the HGP administrative structure. Both witnessed the transformation of the Office of Genome Research into the National Center for Human Genome Research and, finally, the National Human Genome Research Institute. They were close participants in the history of the Bermuda Principles within the NIH.
SubjectNIH program officers
Office of Genome Research
National Center for Human Genome Research
National Human Genome Research Institute
Human Genome Project
International Strategy Meetings on Human Genome Sequencing
National Institutes of Health
Department of Energy
Citation(2011). 2011 18 August Mark Guyer-Jane Peterson interview. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/12722.
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