Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
102-C Weatherstone Drive
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
(919) 360 5029(cellular)
A mature individual with experience in protein chemistry, blood coagulation, literature searching, technical writing, and editing. Established “hands-on” laboratory and manufacturing process investigator.More than 130 publications in professional journals, ten books and multiple patents. Editor of three books including the fourth edition of Handbook of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Currently working on a book on interstitial fluid.as well as a number of journal papers and book chapters.
Activity utilizing accumulated expertise in education, scientific writing and editing, biopharmaceutical research/development, product development, and manufacturing. Through my career in business, I functioned effectively in a sfaff position as opposed to a line position. I really enjoy making things happen and less in personal recognition. I want to make other individuals look good. I am available for short (months) locum tenems.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Research and Development: Protein Chemistry, Protein Purification.Protein Characterization. Biological Fluids including blood and interstial fluid.
Literature Search: Considerable expertise in searching current and past literature.
Manufacturing and Operations: Assay development, process development, assay validation, process validation
Communication: Technical Writing and Editorial Function.
Post-Doctoral – Rockefeller University, New York, NY
Ph.D. (Biochemistry) – University of Washington, Seattle, WA
BS (Chemistry) – Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA
Adjunct Professor of Pathology - University of North Carolina at Chapel HIll (1990-Present)
Consultant Practice - Chapel Hill, North Carolina (2000-Present)
Independent consultant in biotechnology with both start-up and mature organizations
DIRECTOR OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT – Baxter Healthcare
Duarte/Glendale, CA (1992 – 2000)
New product development, expert reports for regulatory affairs, management of extramural research program, protein characterization, new technology acquisition, process validation, in-house training for manufacturing personnel, development of in-house continuing education, GMP/GLP
DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT – Baxter Healthcare
Hayward, CA (February 1991 – December 1992)
PROFESSOR – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC (1968 – 1991)
Education, basic research, basic research management, interdisciplinary program management, continuing education (on-site and off-site), program evaluation, innovations in classroom instruction