MDI Biological Laboratory Names New President – Herman Haller, M.D., to Assume Leadership of 120-year-old Institution

BAR HARBOR, MAINE – The board of trustees and staff of the MDI Biological Laboratory are pleased to announce that Hermann Haller, M.D., has been named the next president of the 120-year-old research institution. Haller will begin his appointment on July 26, 2018.

“Dr. Haller’s outstanding reputation as an international leader in kidney disease, hypertension and kidney and blood vessel regeneration, as well as his long association with the MDI Biological Laboratory, will be invaluable as we continue to build a world-class research program in the biology of regeneration and aging,” said Peter J. Allen, M.D., chair of the board of trustees. Read more. 

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