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Eric Neumann, Paul Grayson, Mark Zoller, Lubert Stryer, Saiid Zarrabian.


Eric Neumann, who recently left his post as vice president of life science informatics at 3rd Millennium of Cambridge, Mass., has been appointed vice president of bioinformatics at Beyond Genomics, also of Cambridge.

In this newly formed position, Neumann will handle all the informatics needs of the company, including genomics, proteomics, functional genomics, and metabolomics. He is currently building the company’s informatics team.

Senomyx of La Jolla, Calif., has appointed Paul Grayson chairman of the board and promoted Mark Zoller to the position of CSO.

Grayson, who is CEO of the company, and Zoller, who is vice president of research, will be replacing Lubert Stryer in his roles as chairman and CSO.

Earlier this month, Senomyx announced that Saiid Zarrabian, who resigned as chief operating officer at Pharmacopeia in December, had been appointed president and COO of Senomyx.

Zarrabian replaced Grayson in his previous role as president.

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