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KC-CELS - Workgroup Membership
The Kansas City Coalition for Excellence in Life Sciences

1. Scientists Talking and Working Together
Paul Kelly, University of Kansas - spokesperson
Gunda Georg, University of Kansas
Richard Givens, University of Kansas 
Tina Hines, University of Missouri at Kansas City
Joan Hunt, University of Kansas Medical School 
William Neaves, Stowers Institute (present in May)

2. Workforce Development and Graduate Education Issues
Allen Rawitch, University of Kansas Medical School - spokesperson
Kathleen McCluskey-Fawcett, University of Kansas 
Steve Ballard, University of Missouri at Kansas City

3. Interface of Top Level and Individual Investigator Participation
Bill Duncan, Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute - spokesperson
Robert Barnhill, University of Kansas
Donald Hagen, University of Kansas Medical Center 
David Shulenburger, University of Kansas

4. Key Enabling Technologies
Paul Terranova, University of Kansas Medical School - spokesperson
Charles Decedue, University of Kansas 
Ronald MacQuarrie, University of Missouri at Kansas City
William Morgan, Universality of Missouri at Kansas City 
Billy Hudson, University of Kansas Medical School (present in May)
Eli Michaelis, University of Kansas (present in May)

5. Marketing
Kim Wilcox, Kansas Board of Regents - spokesperson
Bill Duncan, Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute
Martha Gilliland, University of Missouri at Kansas City 
Cleo Samudzi, Coordinating Board for Higher Education in Missouri
Steve Warren, University of Kansas 
Clay Blair, Kansas Board of Regents (present in May)
Robert Hemenway, University of Kansas (present in May)


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