(Class of 1996), Biogen's Vice President of North American
Manufacturing Operations. He will also be presented the 2017
as part of a federal program for dislocated defense workers. In October
1994, at the conclusion of the six-month program, he was placed in an
internship on the manufacturing floor at Biogen.
to 7 a.m. overnight manufacturing shift. There were 30 people working
in manufacturing at that time. Today, he supervises the company's
approximately 1,300 employees.
2000 his bachelor's degree in biomedical laboratory and clinical sciences from Boston University.
classrooms and in the labs, and then going to work at night and seeing it all in practice. I really took to
manufacturing this intersection of biology and engineering."
manufacturing, drug product manufacturing, North American external manufacturing, and North American
facilities for the company.
of the North Carolina Biosciences Organization. He is a member of MCC's Biotechnology Advisory Board,
the Parenteral Drug Association, and the International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers.