Streck announces the appointment of five new members of the leadership team.
Chris Connelly, Ph.D., was named Director of Research and Development – New Product Development/Molecular. Dr. Connelly joined Streck in 2010 and was previously R&D Scientific Manager for the Molecular Division and R&D Scientist for hematology and stabilization products. He earned a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and molecular biology from Nebraska Wesleyan University and a Ph.D. in biochemistry and molecular biology from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Brad Hunsley was named Director of Research and Development – Application Development/Existing Products. Hunsley joined Streck in 1989 as a Manufacturing Technician. During his tenure, he has held various leadership positions within the R&D Department and is currently a member of Streck’s Scientific Advisory Committee. He earned a B.S. in biology from Midland College and is a member of the American Chemical Society and American Association for Clinical Chemistry.
Carissa Moore, Ph.D., was named Director of Research and Development – New Product Development/Stabilization and Flow Cytometry. Dr. Moore joined Streck in July 2011 as R&D Scientist and served as R&D Scientific Manager from 2016 to 2017. She earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a Ph.D. in immunology from the University of Iowa, Iowa City.
Subodh Nimkar was named Director of Strategic Marketing. Nimkar has over 25 years of worldwide experience that includes sales, applications, product management and marketing. Most recently, he was a North America Marketing Programs Manager at Agilent Technologies. His previous roles include driving marketing of clinical LC/MS at Thermo Scientific and product management leadership roles at Applied Biosystems LC/MS and protein characterization instruments and consumables business. Nimkar received a master’s degree in chemical engineering and master’s degree in management sciences from University of Mumbai.
John Scholl was named Director of Research and Development – Application Development/Private Label Products. Scholl joined Streck’s R&D Department in 1987 as an R&D Technician and was promoted to various supervisory positions in the department. He earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and is a member of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry.
About Streck, Inc.
Established in 1971, Streck develops and manufactures products for clinical and research laboratories. Streck’s passion for innovation, quality and service has allowed the organization to become a world leader in the development of quality control and diagnostic products that help laboratories ensure accurate and timely results for patients. Streck offers the industry’s leading automated erythrocyte sedimentation rate instrument and is a worldwide supplier of blood collection tubes that standardize methods for sample collection, stabilization and transportation. Expanding product lines include flow cytometry, body fluids and urinalysis with emerging products being developed for the burgeoning field of molecular diagnostics. For more information, visit www.streck.com.