Founded in 2003, NanoScreen designs and manufactures instruments and consumables that are used by most of the major pharmaceutical and biotech companies in the world. We specialize in providing automated solutions that allow researchers to precisely and simultaneously transfer hundreds or thousands of compounds. Our core competency is in the design and manufacturing of high density air displacement heads, disposable pipette tips and robotic liquid handling workstations.
Our mission is to "Create and deliver high value, innovative solutions for the Life Sciences". Our objective is to transform the modern Life Sciences laboratory and expand the capabilities of liquid handling workstations, dispense head technology and disposable pipette tips.
Focus on the needs of our customers. NanoScreen remains focused on bringing products to market that allow our customers to concentrate on doing what they do best – research. Our rigorous commitment to expanding the capabilities of liquid handling robots, dispense head technology and disposable pipette tips allows customers to attain their goals with accuracy, efficiency and precision.
Simple operations. Researchers and scientists want efficient and straight forward operations when performing experiments. We deliver products that are easy to use, accurate and deliver – everyday! – excellent results.
Demonstrate the value of our products. Customers do not benefit from products and services they cannot afford or use easily, while trying to meet increasingly high expectations. NanoScreen is developing workstations and technology that support the needs of customers while being compellingly priced.
Remain performance driven and non-proprietary. We create products on an open platform that increase efficiency and effectiveness while maintaining versatility. They are easily programmed to run any manufacturer's reagents.
Our core values reflect what is truly important to us as an organization:
Let us help you fulfill your mission to cure disease and release humanity from pain.
Ana handles all accounting needs for NanoScreen. Her primary responsibilities are to maintain the day-to-day accounting functions and tax compliance. Ana also manages the clean-room department where pipette tips are rigorously inspected for defects, uniformity, and straightness. Prior to NanoScreen, Ana worked for Zodiac of North America where she was responsible for accounts payable including reconciliation of import/export invoices from ocean and airfreight forwarders. Ana started her professional career with Jones Apparel Group and was a Human Resources Assistant.
Tiffany is responsible for dispense head production and validation and oversight of our quality assurance efforts. Her efforts ensure that NanoScreen maintains the highest quality products and services. She and her team continuously improve internal processes and procedures and provide excellent customer service. Tiffany is a summa cum laude graduate from Francis Marion University and holds a BS in PreMedical Biology, with a minor in Chemistry.
Josh is responsible for production, quality, and safety in our machine shop. He and his team precisely and accurately machine almost everything we sell. Josh has 18 years of combined experience as a manual and CNC machinist in various industries including Military/Defense, aerospace, automotive and heavy equipment. As a Sergeant in the Untied States Marine Corps, he led a team of Marines in and out of combat safely and efficiently during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He earned his A.S. Degree in Machine Tool Technology.
Garey has over 30 years experience in high technology businesses as a corporate and technology executive. His experience includes technical management positions at DuPont, corporate executive roles at Apple, partnership in a start-up consulting business, directing European Venture Capital operations for SOFTBANK, CEO for Motion Media Technology, VP of product development at DLO and head of Philips Electronics’ mobile application and connected strategy for consumer products. He earned his BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Delaware.
Brett is NanoScreen's mechanical engineering design specialist. He has over 15 years of experience in laboratory automation as a designer and manager of large scale engineering groups and liquid handling projects. Brett's expertise includes computer aided design, rapid prototyping and manufacturing processes in engineering technology. Prior to joining NanoScreen, has was a designer and engineer in the aerospace, automotive, biotech and consumer industries and consulted for companies including Northrop-Grumman and Alcoa. He has been an adjunct professor at Long Beach City, Cerritos and Saddleback Colleges.
Chris leads the production and prototyping department. He and his team ensure our automation systems are assembled, tested and shipped on spec and on time. As an expert on all our automation systems, he also provides customer support to ensure customer equipment performs properly. His experience prior to NanoScreen includes service management at a HVAC custom controls service company, design and installation of systems at Kemet and BMW North America, construction and installation of life safety panels and management of a service department.
Danni is passionate about promoting the NanoScreen brand to a wider audience of laboratory automation professionals around the world. Prior to NanoScreen, Danni worked for The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, where she was responsible for enhancing the effectiveness of the School of Business by managing the Mentor’s Association, events and social media activities. Danni received her MBA from The Citadel in May of 2014. She received her Bachelors of Business Administration degree from Roanoke College in Virginia.
Imad is a co-founder of NanoScreen and is responsible for guiding the science and technology behind our products. He has a clear vision of new technologies and solutions to further advance the tools available to scientists. Imad began his career at Wyeth where he worked through the early scientific, strategic and technical challenges faced its HTS effort. After Wyeth he joined CCS/Packard as Lead Applications Engineer on some of the most difficult automation needs of HTS labs from around the world. Imad earned his BA in Biology at the University of California San Diego.