Bernd Brust has resigned as president of molecular medicine at Life Technologies.

Brust will continue to serve as a consultant to the company for two months ending Dec. 31, according to documents filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. He will receive $5,000 per month, continued vesting of his outstanding equity awards, and health benefits during the consulting period, and nine months of outplacement assistance.

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