Following on the heels of Eric Neumann and Joanne Luciano, Nat Goodman is the third bioinformatics expert in as many months to say sayonara to the Cambridge, Mass., consultancy 3rd Millennium. Goodman, 49, who was the company’s senior vice president for eight months, says his departure is unrelated to those of his colleagues and that “it was clear from the first day I went to work for them that it was a mistake.”

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