William Matthews, Constantine Anagnostopoulos, Richard Hawkins, Michael Sember, Andre Marion, Carol Reed, Gregory Sullivan | GenomeWeb

Four weeks after announcing that its president had left, Deltagen said Feb. 13 that its CEO, William Matthews, had resigned.

Matthews, a co-founder of Deltagen, has served as CEO since 1998. The office of board chairman, Constantine Anagnostopoulos, will manage the company until it finds a new CEO, Deltagen said.

The firm has been publicly searching for a new chief since November, but Matthews was co-directing day-to-day operations with Anagnostopoulos and CFO Richard Hawkins.

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