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FNIH Names Scott Campbell as CEO

July 20, 2010
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The Board of Directors of the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH), after an extensive search, has named Dr. Scott Campbell as its new executive director and chief executive officer.

"We are delighted Dr. Campbell will be at the helm of the foundation and, given his experience and background in biomedical, programmatic and donor development, are confident in his ability to take the organization to the next level," noted FNIH Chairman Dr. Charles A. Sanders.

FNIH, based in Bethesda, Md., supports the mission of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) through a wide range of initiatives that advance human health through public-private, collaborative partnerships. The foundation is a leader in identifying and addressing complex scientific and health issues, leveraging the diverse strengths of stakeholders in the science and research community, industry, academia, advocacy groups, non-governmental organizations, foundations, and philanthropy.


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