Before he became the R&D Manager at Neoteryx in 2014, Stuart Kushon was the principal investigator and project lead for the Mitra Microsampling Device. He previously served as the Manager of Chemistry R&D at a startup, where he directed the development of instruments and assays using a novel fluorescence detection platform and a rapid immunoassay platform for medical, biodefense, and high throughput drug discovery applications. He acquired his Ph. D. in chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University where he studied the thermodynamics and kinetics of binding of small molecules, oligonucleotides, and their analogues.
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