Brian is responsible for managing the development of new products and line extensions, as well as streamlining fabrication protocols for established product lines. Brian also collaborates with the research & development and marketing departments to align manufacturing goals and timelines with commercialization schedules and corporate strategy.
Since joining the company in 2006, Brian has utilized his expertise in conceptualizing new ideas to provide customized support to our diverse customer base. Pharmaceutical investigators and academic researchers alike have found Brian’s understanding of their application needs to be invaluable in developing new design concepts.
Although he contributes to each product line, Brian dedicates most of his attention to the rapidly expanding Floating Microelectrode Array (FMA) and Linear Microelectrode Array (LMA) product categories. Specifically, Brian has established GMP standards for key customers as part of pre-clinical studies that utilize FMA technology. Prior to joining MicroProbes for Life Science, Brian worked at the National Institutes of Health, where he provided a broad range of technical and application support services.
Brian received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Maryland, and is also a certified auditor for ISO 9001:2000 quality management system standards.