Eli Mintz, Vincent Zurawski, Lior Maayan, Miguel Rios, Bruce Carp | GenomeWeb

Eli Mintz has stepped down from his position of president of Compugen Inc., the Jamesburg, NJ-based subsidiary of Israel’s Compugen, and will serve as the chairman of the subsidiary. In his new position, Mintz said he will “continue to participate in the further development of the company while, at the same time, having the time and opportunity to explore some other interests of mine as well as new ventures.”

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