A seasoned executive with over a decade of experience in the areas of laboratory informatics and robotic automation. Expert in developing and managing comprehensive client solutions. Motivated, with a proven track record for building meaningful, long-term relationships with multi-faceted project teams. Versatile background includes software engineering for scalable, distributed integrated systems, deployment and integration of large robotic systems, and sales and marketing in the cutting-edge biotechnology industry.
Responsible for the implementation and management of comprehensive laboratory informatics solutions, fostering long-term meaningful relationships with multi-faceted client project teams, and managing organization-wide sales and marketing efforts. A customer advocate that facilitates communication between scientists and engineers, translating customer feedback into actionable engineering tasks that enable the StackWave team to successfully model unique and innovative scientific processes within the StackWave Platform.
Responsible for the architecture and development of .NET desktop applications. Intensive experience in pharmaceutical sample management interfaces, robotics scheduling and device integration.
LRIG New England is a rapidly growing special interest group focused on laboratory automation. Our membership consists of scientists and engineers, primarily from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, with chapters across the US and in Europe.
The SLAS Ignite Award recognizes the best start-up or emerging company exhibiting within Innovation AveNEW, the specially designated area for start-ups and emerging companies.
The MTC addresses matters of Technology in the Town, including but not limited to information delivery, ensuring access to communications technology, increasing the efficiency of transactions involving the Town, and ensuring the effective deployment of infrastructure for the Town's operations and the Town's citizens. The MTC works to ensure that all Town Entities utilize technology in a common, effective, and cost effective manner for the benefit of the Town, its operations, and its residents.
Websites for Cures is a charitable organization that was founded to help benefit small businesses and other charities. The Foundation's primary function is to provide technological services in return for charitable donations.
Apart from being a laboratory automation and informatics specialist, I am a proud father of young twins. I like to spend my time learning new technologies, building web pages, and developing mobile apps.
I am an active member of the New England and Philadelphia chapters of the Laboratory Robotics Interest Group and I spend as much time as I can facilitating the use of innovative technologies in my local community.