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PhD Physics, proven venture capital- backed technology entrepreneur with experience in productizing R&D, applied physics, instrument control, data acquisition and processing. Co-invented novel x-ray technology and licensed from the Regents of the University of California for commercialization.
PhD Medicinal Chemistry, Neuropharmacology, Neural Sciences NYU/Cornell, took two companies public on NASDAQ as CSO/founder, National Bureau Standards/NIH, specialty in epilepsy and CNS drugs.
MSME, MBA, 25+ years technology operations, including 18,000 deployments and NYSE IPO as COO, optical, biomedical, military industry experience, MIT Engineer, 1st Lieutenant US Army.
MS, Analytical Chemistry, R&D experience in silica polymer synthesis and stable isotope geochemistry laboratories, with a focus on natural products, including compound isolation, pesticides and terpenes.
PhD in Mechanical Engineering, 6+ years experience with plasma properties, nano-particle fabrication, thin film deposition, vacuum system/components, and material composition. 2+ years experience as a plasma scientist with Core Technology Group.
MBA in Business, 19+ years Human Resources and administrative operations experience with specialization in benefits administration, talent acquisition management and payroll management.
Dr. Rogawski is professor in the Department of Neurology with joint appointment in the Department of Pharmacology, and a member of the Center for Neuroscience at the University of California, Davis. Until 2006, he was senior investigator and chief of the Epilepsy Research Section at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
Dr. King is the ALES Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Food Science CFS at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR. Dr. King has been involved in critical fluid technology for over 50 years, particularly in the application of SFE, SFC, and related pressurized fluid technologies as applied to foodstuffs, lipid substrates, natural products, and renewable biomass.