Rapid Microbial Methods – Reap Benefits And Avoiding Pitfalls
13th February 2020 | 10.00 am EST | Dr Andrew Bartko, Research Leader at Battelle Memorial Institute |BOOK FREE SEAT
- An overview of the design, validation and implementation of RMM.
- Regulatory advice for RMM implementation
- 3 key takeaways from a case study of RMM implementation
Presented by Andrew Bartko, Research Leader at Battelle Memorial Institute
Dr. Andrew P. Bartko received a B.S. from the University of Pittsburgh in 1997 and a Ph.D. in physical chemistry in 2002. His graduate work consisted of deciphering spatially heterogeneous relaxation dynamics of glass forming systems using novel rotational single molecule microscopy techniques. In 2002, Dr. Bartko joined the Softmatter Nanotechnology and Advanced Spectroscopy Team at Los Alamos National Laboratory where he studied the ultrafast photophysics of semiconducting quantum dots. Dr. Bartko is a senior scientist in Battelle’s Technology Development Group where he contributes to several applied spectroscopy efforts that focus on biological and chemical sensing. He now leads Battelle’s Rapid, Enumerated, Bioidentification System development program.