NEW YORK, June 13 – Nanogen said Wednesday that its chief technical officer and a company co-founders, Michael Heller, was leaving his position to take a job as a professor at an unnamed university.

"We are grateful for Dr. Heller's outstanding contributions to Nanogen over his approximately nine years here," Howard Birndorf, chairman of Nanogen’s board.

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