Sarah is Practice Lead, Quality Systems with Consilium Sciences, LLC. Her specific interests include translational medicine and regulatory science for Consilium Sciences’ pharma, medical device, and materials science clients.
Prior to joining Consilium Sciences, Sarah served as an Associate Director of Quality Control at Meso Scale Diagnostics, a mid-sized assay development company. In this role, she led the end-stage development of new products and managed the general quality functions of the business. She placed a strong focus on continuous improvement, developing project proposals and leading large, interdisciplinary teams to solve complex operational problems. She gained particular experience in the design and implementation of software solutions in production and testing processes, as well as the ongoing development of quality management systems.
In her graduate program, Sarah studied the neurobiology of chemical sensory systems using in-vivo systems and cellular mapping technologies, developing her experience in a wide range of molecular techniques and data analysis methodologies. She earned her BA in biology from Goucher College and MS in biology from University of Maryland Baltimore County. She has authored several peer-reviewed publications in a variety of scientific journals.
Since joining Consilium Sciences, Sarah provides research support for publications, literature reviews and regulatory submissions. She also serves in both a strategic and project management capacity, coordinating efforts between Consilium Sciences, clients, and third-party vendors.