Matt Hulver named executive director of the Fralin Life Sciences Institute at Virginia Tech
Matt Hulver will join the Fralin Life Sciences Institute at Virginia Tech as executive director, effective May 10.
In his new role, Hulver will shape the new vision and programs of the Fralin Life Sciences Institute by leveraging existing strength and developing a strategic plan to enhance resources for Virginia Tech’s life sciences community. Hulver will report to the vice president of Virginia Tech’s Office of Research and Innovation.
“Hulver is an experienced and compelling leader whose passion for the institute’s research and scholarly mission will energize faculty, students, and staff,” said Don Taylor, interim vice president of Virginia Tech’s Office of Research and Innovation. “I am very excited about the future of the institute under his visionary leadership. I want to thank Dean Sally Morton from the College of Science for serving as interim director of the Fralin Life Sciences Institute.”
The Fralin Life Sciences Institute at Virginia Tech is an instrument of strategic university investment committed to enhancing the quality, quantity, and competitiveness of life sciences research, education, and outreach across Virginia Tech and the world. Residents of the institute’s five flagship buildings (Steger Hall, Fralin Hall, Latham Hall, Integrated Life Sciences Building, and Life Sciences 1) are automatically considered affiliated faculty members.
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