Peter K. Bryant-Greenwood MD, MBA
Medical Laboratory Director
Dr. Bryant-Greenwood completed his pathology training at the Laboratory of Pathology, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health with additional fellowships in molecular diagnostics and clinical proteomics from the joint NCI-FDA program at the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research. He has 20+ years’ experience in laboratory leadership, healthcare administration and diagnostic test development to support patient care, clinical programs and pharmaceutical trials. Dr. Bryant-Greenwood is a Fellow of College of American Pathology, and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Fionn McLoughlin, Ph.D.
Director of Proteomics
Director of the proteomics team and technical supervisor in the CLIA lab with 15 years of experience in proteomics and large molecule mass spectrometry. Dr. McLoughlin has a strong background in various mass spectrometry approaches and was the lead at the mass spectrometry facility at Washington University in St. Louis.
Senior Director, CLIA Laboratory
30 years’ experience in supporting quality, enhancing product performance, and promoting efficiencies through process improvements and design control changes. Developed test methods, statistical analysis, and control chart trending. Project manager for contract manufacturing. Team member for achieving successful CAP accreditation. BS Degree in Medical Technology from Northern Illinois University, School of Allied Health Professions. MT (ASCP) certified.
Jessica Barkow, PhD
Senior Director of Development
Manages a team of scientists to successfully complete contract development work collaborations with small biotech companies and large international pharmaceutical companies. Strong technical background with more than 15+ years of experience in the fields of assay development, immunology, genetics, neuroscience, molecular biology, pharmacology, and clinical research working in industry and at academic institutions.
Director, Tech Transfer
Experience with ELISA design and development according to Design Control per FDA and ISO requirements. Background includes project management, verification and validation activities, risk management, and transfer into production for product fulfillment. Technical resource for Quality, Regulatory and Customer Support. Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin.
Senior Director, Sales and Marketing
Sales and support leader in diagnostics for >25 years. Record for demonstrating an ability to provide strong leadership and execution of business strategies. Degree in Biochemistry, with extensive background in immunoassay development and marketing for research and clinical use. Expertise in business development, market analysis, international distribution and managing support teams.