Virginia (Henderson) Hunsberger ('90) MS, is a chemist in the laboratory Accreditation Program of the Commonwealth of PA in the Department of Environmental Protection.
Thomas J. Vuk (‘90 – BS) He is Laboratory Manager at ConocoPhillips Alaska.
Karen Hersh (‘89 – BS BIOCH) She is a chemist at Enviro-Chem Laboratories in Sparks MD.
Stephanie A. Warner (‘89 – BS BIOCH) She is a chemist at SAIC.
Richard L. Crowl (‘88 – BS) BSE Earth Science, MSC ; He is a Senior Research Scientist at Armstrong World Industries, Inc.
Dean A. Markley (‘88 – BS) He is a Senior Development Chemist at OpSec Security, Inc. He is working on anti-counterfeiting product development in areas such as passports, currency, identification cards, tax stamps, and brand protection with heavy emphasis on organic coatings as well as a decent application of inorganic chemistry, especially rare earth elements.
Richard N. Wurzbach (‘88 – BA) He is President of MRG Labs and was awarded a second US patent for inservice lubricating grease analysis using a "die-extrusion" method. He built a new entrepreneurial wet-lab on the campus of York College at the JD Brown Entrepreneurship Center. He spoke at the International Nuclear Non-destructive Evaluation Conference in Cannes, France on the topic of sampling and analyzing anti-corrosion greases in nuclear containment post-tensioned tendon concrete structures.
Thomas C. Becker (‘87 – BS BIOCH) Ph.D., UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas; He is an Assistant Research Professor at the Duke University Medical Center.
Craig A. Glotfelter (‘87 – BS) He is an Account Manager for BASF Corporation.
Douglas B. Gundel (‘87 – BS) MS (1991), Ph.D. (1994) Materials Science/Engineering, University of Virginia; He is a 3M Austin Texas Electronic Solutions Division Technical Manager.
Rob Miller ('87 – BS BIOCH) Working Words Inc., Vice President. After working both in the pharmaceutical industry and as an entrepreneur, Rob became a partner and Vice President at Working Words Inc., a training and consulting company specializing in documentation for pharmaceutical manufacturing and clinical operations. Working Words teaches scientists to think critically and write clear, concise documents (including root cause investigations, standard operating procedures, validation documents, clinical protocols and reports, and regulatory filings) for regulators including, the FDA (US), EMEA (Europe), MHRA (UK), PMDA (Japan), and others.
Julie A. (Bowen) O'Brien (‘87 – BS BIOCH) She is a Research Associate in the Sleep/Schizophrenia Group at Merck & Company.
Stacie A. (Peleschak) O'Sullivan (‘87 – BS BIOCH) She is Senior Manager for Global Regulatory Affairs at Eisai, Inc.. She has over 25 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry in the areas of analytical chemistry, drug metabolism research in pulmonary and dermal compounds at Pfizer, Inc., research and development for estradiol and pain transdermal delivery systems at Noven Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and as an Associate Scientist at MGI Pharma, Inc. (formerly Guilford Pharmaceuticals, Inc.) where she was the lead scientist for the analytical development of glutamate carboxypeptidase II inhibitors and poly ADP ribose polymerase inhibitors. In 2008, she joined Eisai, Inc. where she is also US regulatory lead for several Eisai established products in the areas of neuroscience and oncology.
Jeffrey A. Stuart (‘87 – BS BIOCH) Ph.D., Syracuse University; He is a Principal Member of the Engineering Staff in Nanobiotechnology at the Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratory in Cherry Hill, NJ. He is working on sensor development, bio-derived energy, biomimetic technologies, and healthcare diagnostics.
Douglas J. Brodhecker (‘86 – BS) He is a Research Chemist in Engineering & Analytical Services at PH Glatfelter Co. in the Corporate Environmental Department.
Gary M. Peiffer (‘86 – BS) MS, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; He is Section Head, Global Product Stewardship, North America and Europe, at the Procter & Gamble Company.
Monica L. Weiss (‘86 – BS BIOCH) MS, Drexel University; She is a Patent Information Manager, Information and Library Services, at Sanofi Pasteur. She has been in the information science field for ~20 yrs now, most recently for sanofi pasteur in the Poconos. She supports R&D scientists and patent attorneys by providing published information from various databases such as Chemical Abstracts on various topics for their current research.
Gregory H. Zimmerman (‘86 – BSE) Ph.D., University of Delaware; He is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Bloomsburg University.