Tutor profile: Brad F.
Scientist, PhD in Biochemistry
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I am a scientist with a career focused on providing technical support to other scientists. This includes technical seminars, workshops, on-site assay development and answering technical questions. I have also offered career advice to young scientists and science students.
15 years training scientists on the use of technical equipment and assay development. I taught, tweaked and helped create workshops for assay development and validation. I have given over 100 technical presentations.
University of Vermont
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
1979 - 1984
University of Colorado at Boulder
1975 - 1979
Rising Biotech Consulting, President and Founder
2007 - Present
Scientific consulting. Clients include: - Abveris, 2016. Laboratory projects and sales - BioScale (now ProterixBio), 2010. Worked on developing a new assay system. I initiated redevelop of the assay platform, which resulted in the reusable platform currently on the market. - BioVeris, 2007. Completed open training contracts
Cisbio, Scientific Consultant
2014 - 2016
Cisbio sells HTRF reagents for bioassays. I worked with customers to explain and demo the technology, develop assays, and troubleshoot. - Assay development - Assay demonstrations resulting in sales - Generating new leads through networking
Azbil BioVigilant, Field Applications Scientist
2012 - 2014
BioVigilant systems reduce detection time of microbes in the air from 1 week to 1 second. I worked with customers in the evaluation, installation, and validation of these systems. - Submitted numerous suggestions to improve software, hardware and new products - Provided steady flow of new leads through networking - Gave webinar series for European distributors, seminars at scientific meetings, instructional webinars online
SRU Biosystems, Bioapplications Scientist
2011 - 2011
SRU developed BIND Readers and Scanners for measuring cell footprints. I developed new assays and provided customer training. - Pushed the capability of the technology during assay development, demonstrating the ability to follow changes in cell size and improving the discrimination between signal and noise/background - Championed materials and processes to better serve customers, including detailed protocols, assay lists and software improvements so customers could learn the technology better and do more with it - Provided steady flow...
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