I have 20 years of experience and specialize in the field of chemical and biological sensors, with specific knowledge of electrochemistry, energy conservation, and biomedical systems and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). I have published on such topics as energy conservation using fluid diagnostic sensors for fuels and lubricants, biomedical sensors and drug delivery systems. I hold a Ph.D. in electroanalytical chemistry, Master of Science in electro-chemical engineering and a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering. I am currently employed as a Senior Research Scientist. I also hold an appointment as an Adjunct Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at the university level since September 2001. I am interested in research and new product development positions where my technical expertise can be fully applied. I also have a substantial new products commercialization and business development experience.