NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Nanosphere said in recent filings with the US Securities and Exchange Commission that Winton Gibbons will resign from his role as senior VP of business development at the end of April, and that Bill Moffitt will continue to serve as president and CEO under a new agreement that runs through 2013. The agreement provides Moffitt with a base salary of $458,000 with a possible bonus of up to $275,000. Nanosphere said it has no plans to refill Gibbons' position when he departs.

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