Steve Lincoln left sunny California and his post as vice president of bioinformatics research at Incyte Genomics last month to become a senior vice president at InforMax. Lincoln says he was eager to return to the East Coast, but before having to brave a Rockville winter, he tagged along on a two-day wine-tasting outing with Incyte’s bioinformatics division in late November.

That was probably the last chance to rest for 36-year-old Lincoln, who at press time was still house hunting in the Washington area.

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