Chris Sander, formerly head of the scientific informatics division at Millennium Pharmaceuticals, has left the company.A source close to the company said that Sander left the company back in July due to “differences of opinion.”Sander, who is also a visiting scientist at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, did not return a call seeking comment.Millennium has not decided whether it would find a replacement for Sander.In the meantime, all of the scientific informatics directors who previously reported to Sander are now reporting to Michael Pa

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