About Our Advisory Council

The Neoteryx Advisory Council consists of influential leaders in their fields, those who have been major contributors in the development and spread of microsampling technology. They are well positioned to help shape its present and guide its future.

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Thierry Dervieux, Ph.D
Chief Scientific Officer & Medical Lab  Director at Exagen Diagnostics

Chief Scientific Officer and Medical Lab Director of Exagen Diagnostics since Oct 2010. Dr. Dervieux has over 20 years of experience with the development of drug monitoring and molecular diagnostic assays in partnership with academia and diagnostic industry.

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Philip Lorenzi, PhD, 
Director of Proteomics and
Metabolomics at MD Anderson 

Head of the laboratory at John Weinstein, MD, PhD, in the Department of Bioinformatics & Computational Biology and is also Co-Director of the Proteomics and Metabolomics Core Facility at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

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Neil Spooner Ph.D., C.Chem., F.R.S.C.
Founder And Director of Spooner Bioanalytical Solutions 

Founder and Director of Spooner Bioanalytical Solutions, a consultancy based in Hertford, UK. Neil is also a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the School of Life and Medical Sciences, University of Hertfordshire UK, the Senior Editor of Bioanalysis Journal. 

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Anahita Keyhani, Ph.D.
Senior Director, Scientific Operations Mass Spectrometry at Altasciences

As Senior Director, Scientific Operations Mass Spectrometry, Dr. Keyhani leads a team of over 30 scientists dedicated to Method Development and Innovator Regulated Bioanalysis, clinical and preclinical.

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Jennifer Van Eyk, PhD
Director of Advanced Clinical Biosystems Research Institute at  Cedars-Sinai's

Widely regarded as a leader in the field of proteomics, Van Eyk joins Cedars-Sinai from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where her laboratory carried out mechanistic research and developed clinical tests to determine whether certain proteins were found in patients' blood samples.

 



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