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InforMax Promotes Stephen Lincoln To Chief Scientific Officer

NEW YORK, May 1 – InforMax has promoted Stephen Lincoln to executive vice president, product development and chief scientific officer, the company said Tuesday.

Concurrent with Lincoln’s promotion, InforMax said that Vadim Babenko, the company’s chief technology officer, would step down and instead provide advisory services for the company.

Lincoln joined the company in December  2000 as senior vice president of life science informatics. Prior to joining InforMax, he served as president of bioinformatics research and development at Incyte Genomics.

"With Steve's broader responsibilities, he will play an even greater role in spearheading our product development efforts in building the current and next generation versions of InforMax's product line, said Alex Titomirov, CEO of Informax, in a statement. “In addition, Steve will be interfacing with InforMax customers and alliance partners on developing and implementing discovery research strategies, expanding the value and role of products and services that the company provides to our customers."
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