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By David Exline on January 29, 2013
David Exline has more than 15 years of experience in managing and administering analytical laboratory and consulting services. As Senior Vice President of Gateway Analytical, he oversees the company’s day-to-day operations, business growth and service areas.
Posted in Authors, Blog | Tagged analytical instrumentation, analytical testing, chemical imaging, crime scene investigation, fluorescence microscopy, forensic expert, FTIR, GMP, hyperspectral imaging, light microscopy, pharmaceutical, pharmaceutical forensics, Raman chemical imaging, Raman spectroscopy, spectroscopy, trace evidence, USP testing methods
By Antonio Scatena on January 29, 2013
Antonio has worked at Gateway Analytical for almost 3 years, and has over 5 years experience in the pharmaceutical service, pharmaceutical forensic, criminal forensic, and materials science industries.
Posted in Authors, Blog | Tagged analytical instrumentation, analytical testing, Chromatography, criminal forensics, forensics, materials science, microscopy, pharmaceutical, pharmaceutical forensics, pharmaceutical services, quality assurance, quality control, quality management system, quality system, Raman chemical imaging, Raman spectroscopy, SEM-EDS, spectroscopy, trace evidence
By Tricia Wood on January 29, 2013
Tricia has over 25 years of experience working in quality-related positions for numerous industries, which include pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturing and analytical testing. She spent the first ten (10) years of her career working as a QC chemist/chemistry supervisor. She then transitioned into management and has been a quality manager for the past 15 years.
Posted in Authors, Blog | Tagged analytical instrumentation, analytical testing, ASCLD/LAB-International accreditation, ISO 17025:2005 (A2LA), ISO 9001:2008, ISO Accreditation, problem solving, quality assurance, quality control, quality management system, quality system
By Sara Nedley on January 29, 2013
Sara is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the quality management system, and to ensure strategies for continuous quality improvement are employed. She has seven years of experience in various capacities of analytical laboratory services.
By David Exline on August 23, 2011
Technology transfer, the process of converting scientific and technological advances into marketable goods or services, is a critical transition for any analytical instrument manufacturer or instrument/application development organization. Utilized in many settings, this process proves most successful in two instances—new application or instrument development in a research environment and the expansion of an established instrument’s or application’s capabilities.