Elizabeth Nabel (Elise Amendola/AP Images)

Eliz­a­beth Nabel steps down as pres­i­dent of Brigham and Wom­en's Hos­pi­tal to team up with hus­band's biotech joint — re­port

The pres­i­dent of Brigham and Women’s Hos­pi­tal, a renowned non­prof­it med­ical cen­ter in Boston, is re­port­ed­ly step­ping down from her po­si­tion to join her hus­band — Sanofi’s for­mer CSO — in the biotech sec­tor.

Eliz­a­beth Nabel and BWH an­nounced she would de­part as pres­i­dent on March 1 af­ter spend­ing 11 years at the hos­pi­tal. She will team up with her hus­band, Gary Nabel, who left the top R&D job at Sanofi in Oc­to­ber to launch his own biotech de­vel­op­ing im­mune ther­a­pies for can­cer and in­fec­tious dis­eases, ac­cord­ing to the Boston Globe

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