NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genelabs Technologies this week said CFO Matthew Loar will resign on Sept. 1. The company said he has taken a job at an undisclosed biotech company.
James Smith, Genelabs’ president and CEO, will assume Loar’s duties until a permanent replacement is found.
In the same statement, Genelabs said it hired Peter Young to be its vice president of biology. Young comes to Genelabs from Celera Genomics, where he held the same position.

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