Robert Hennessey has completed a nine-year term as chairman of Genome Therapeutics of Waltham, Mass. He will continue as a member of the board and Steven Rauscher, presently president and CEO, will become chairman. Hennessey retired as an employee of the company in April.

Glen Sato, senior vice president, chief financial officer, and general counsel for Exelixis of South San Francisco, is leaving the company to return to Protein Design Labs, where he will become CFO, effective in June.

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