InforMax has promoted James Bernstein to president. He retains his COO title and reports to Alex Titomirov, CEO and chairman. Bernstein has served as an InforMax director since its inception in 1990 and was appointed COO and executive vice president of strategic development in 1998.

Bernstein is also a founder and director of Age Wave, a holding company that develops businesses driven by population aging, and chairman of Age Wave Impact, a relationship marketing company focusing on the population that is older than 50 years of age.

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