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APPENDIX Invited Speakers at Committee Meetings HOWARD BlLOFSKY, Bolt Beranek and Newman Inc. GEORGE CAHILL, Howard Hughes Medical Institute ELLSON CHEN, Genentech ROBERT COOK-DEEGAN, Office of Technology Assessment GEORGE CHURCH, Harvard University KAY E. DAVIES, University of Oxford RONALD W. DAVIS, Stanford University School of Medicine HELEN DONIS-KELLER, Collaborative Research, Inc. ARGIRIS EFSTRADIATIS, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons DAVID GEORGE, National Biomedical Research Foundation Georgetown University Medical Center JAMES GUSELLA, Massachusetts General Hospital PATRICIA HOBEN, Office of Technology Assessment RUTH KIRSCHSTEIN, National Institute of General Medical Sciences/National Institutes of Health ERIC LANDER, Whitehead Institute for Biological Research and Harvard University DANIEL MASYS, National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health DAVID PATTERSON, Eleanor Roosevelt Institute for Cancer Research, Inc. DAVID SMITH, Health Effects Research Division, U.S. Department of Energy

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7J2 ALAN SPRADLING, Carnegie Institute JE^N WE!SSENBACH, Inshtutc Pasteur RAY WHITE, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of Utab JOHN C. WOOLEY, Biological Instrumentabon Programs Nabona1 Science Foundadon JAMES WY~GA^RDEN, National Institutes of Health