Life Sciences Careers
Global experts start here working alongside the world's foremost medical testing and compliance experts.
As one of the nation's largest microbiology laboratories, we are shaping the future of the MedTech industry while ensuring patient safety. There are many opportunities to grow with Nelson Laboratories. View Current Job Openings
Meet Some of Our Life Sciences Professionals
Alpa: Senior Scientist, Lab Management
"My career at Nelson Laboratories has allowed me the opportunity to work with global organizations that impact patients around the world. I have been able to advise these groups through committees and training – knowing that their standards dictate the safety of medical devices.”
Alpa started her career at Nelson Laboratories after graduating college in 2003. She started as a Technician in the Healthcare Reprocessing department. It was not long before she was promoted to Study Director, and from there worked her way to Senior Scientist. Alpa sits on the AAMI, ASTM, and ISO committees that govern the domestic and international standards for the medical device industry.
Quinton: Section Leader, Bacterial Endotoxin Testing
"Working with the customers to ensure our processes provide the best testing services and customer experience is something I really enjoy. I have been given many opportunities to learn from experts in my field, and implement those experiences to improve both of these areas in my roles at Nelson Labs."
Quinton started his career at Nelson Laboratories as a Bacterial Endotoxin (BET) Analyst in 2006. Quinton quickly became a Section Leader and go-to consultant for endotoxin testing questions. This expertise and his Registered Microbiologist certification contributed to his growth within the company to a Department Manager. In this role, Quinton worked to streamline the BET testing processes and reduce turnaround times in his department. His hard work and dedication in these areas led to further growth and his position of BET Section Leader, where he is constantly doing what he enjoys most: improving scientific processes and guiding clients through their testing needs.
Dania: Section Leader, Sterilization
"Every day I remind myself how fortunate I am to work at a company that allows me to perform at my best, take risks, and try new things for the greater good. I like my job and have been able to explore many different roles within Nelson Laboratories."
Dania’s career at Nelson Laboratories exemplifies the opportunities that are available within the company. She started as a Study Director in 2006, moved into the position of Department Manager in 2009, and has been a Section Leader for the Sterility Department since 2013. Dania holds a Master of Science in Microbiology.
Matt: Consultant, Chemistry and Materials
"I have the pleasure of working daily with clients and colleagues to make a difference in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries. I am able to use my materials chemistry background to influence products that go to market and positively impact patient safety."
Matt joined the technical consulting group at Nelson Laboratories in 2016 as a Chemistry and Materials Consultant. He brings to the organization over a decade of international materials research. Matt shares some of his expertise when presenting at the quarterly Nelson Laboratories’ seminars The Science of Sterilization Validation. He has published over 30 peer-reviewed articles and has a Doctorate in Physical Chemistry.
Dan: Director of Lab Operations
"Working at Nelson Laboratories has exposed me to extraordinary people as well as cutting edge technologies designed to drastically improve the quality of life for patients, and it is an honor to be part of such an important endeavor."
Dan has held positions of Study Director, Section Leader, Lab Manager, and now holds the title of Director of Laboratory Operations. He oversees the Ethylene Oxide Sterilization, Packaging, Pharmaceuticals, Healthcare Reprocessing, Specialized Reprocessing (endoscopes), and Healthcare Sterilization sections of the laboratory. Dan actively participates on AAMI working groups for industrial ethylene oxide sterilization, biological indicators, resistometers, process challenge devices, and is an alternate for packaging and sterilant residues. Dan presents about Ethylene Oxide at the quarterly Nelson Laboratories' seminars The Science of Sterilization Validation and has written articles for industry publications, authored white papers, and is a sought after presenter at industry events and webinars.