Bradfield named interim director of the Biotechnology Center

Chris Bradfield, professor of oncology and McArdle faculty member, has been named the interim Biotechnology Center director and will begin his new position Aug. 1.

Bradfield has held a number of leadership positions at UW–Madison. He has served as director of the Molecular and Environmental Toxicology Center since 2006, director of the Office of Graduate Support for the UW School of Medicine and Public Health since 2013, and was formerly interim director of the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.

The UW Biotechnology Center was founded in 1984 by McArdle emeritus faculty member Dr. Richard Burgess, who also served as director for its first 12 years. Congratulations Dr. Bradfield on this new leadership role!

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