SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 17 – InforMax today announced major changes in its leadership, including CEO Alexander Titomirov leaving his post and president and COO James Bernstein retiring.

Both executives are company founders.

Titomirov will step down as CEO upon hiring of a new CEO, according to the company. The recruiting company Heidrick & Struggles has been hired to recruit the new executive, which the company hopes to do by the first quarter 2002. Titomirov will remain chairman of the board of directors.

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