Mark M. Bailey, PhD
Mark has extensive experience as a United States Army Officer, in government research and development, and in the pharmaceutical industry. Mark is an experienced product development team leader, as well as a proven operational manager. Most recently, he was the Chief of Aerosol Technology at the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). Mark has a Doctor of Philosophy degree in bioengineering, and Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in chemical engineering
Larry E. Bowen
Larry brings over 40 years of experience in aerosol and inhalation research and technology to PneumoDose. Previously, he was the Division Manager at the NIEHS Inhalation Toxicology Facility, and a contract Bioaerosol Scientist V at the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). Currently, he is the Managing Partner at In-Tox Products, LLC. He has extensive knowledge of the aerosol science industry. Larry has Bachelor of Science degree in biology.
Brett R. Haupt
Brett brings extensive experience in software development, electrical system design, and aerosol physics to PneumoDose. He has developed numerous aerosol systems for use in a laboratory environment during his most recent position as a contract engineer at the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). Brett has a Bachelor of Science degree in physics.
Matthew E. Staymates
Matthew brings extensive engineering experience as an experimental and computational fluid dynamicist to PneumoDose. As an engineer, he has worked on numerous high-profile aerosol-related projects for the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense. Matthew has Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in mechanical engineering.