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Horner elected Women Scientist Advisor

In October 2019, Marie-Josephe Horner, Ph.D., a staff scientist in the Infections and Immunoepidemiology Branch, was elected to serve as a Women Scientist Advisor (WSA) for a term of three years. DCEG continues to recognize the value of having a DCEG staff scientist among the WSAs to provide a diversity of perspectives and experiences as they represent the interests and concerns of women scientists in DCEG. Dr. Horner follows in the footsteps of Gabriella Andreotti, Ph.D., a staff scientist in the Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch, who served in this role since 2016. 

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