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Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical Development Services

EAG brings unparalleled expertise to the development and commercialization of small molecule drugs, biopharmaceuticals, antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs), drug-device combination…

EAG brings unparalleled expertise to the development and commercialization of small molecule drugs, biopharmaceuticals, antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs), drug-device combination products and other therapies. From designing IND-enabling studies to delivering full CMC analytical and QC support, we join your R&D team as a true partner. EAG scientists take time to understand both your commercial goals and the unique characteristics of your compound. We provide expert guidance to balance regulatory expectations with expediency and cost, and approach technical challenges with flexibility and resolve.

Materials Testing & Analysis

When it comes to understanding the physical structure, chemical properties and composition of materials, no scientific services company offers the breadth of experience, diversity…

When it comes to understanding the physical structure, chemical properties and composition of materials, no scientific services company offers the breadth of experience, diversity of analytical techniques of technical ingenuity of EAG. From polymers to composites, thin films to superalloys—we know how to leverage materials sciences to gain a competitive edge. At EAG, we don’t just perform testing, we drive commercial success—through thoughtfully designed investigations, technically superior analyses and expert interpretation of data.

Environmental Testing & Regulatory Compliance

Having helped develop the test methods that shape current regulatory guidelines, EAG chemists, biologists and toxicologists have evaluated the environmental impact of thousands of…

Having helped develop the test methods that shape current regulatory guidelines, EAG chemists, biologists and toxicologists have evaluated the environmental impact of thousands of active ingredients and formulations—from pesticides and pharmaceuticals to industrial chemicals and consumer products. Whether you are exploring “what if” scenarios, registering a new active ingredient or formulation, responding to a data call-in or seeking to understand the latest guidance, turn to EAG for technical excellence, sound advice, GLP-compliant study execution and expert interpretation.

Microelectronics Test & Engineering

Whether connecting the internet of things, guiding surgical lasers or powering the latest smart phone, integrated circuits and microelectronics touch nearly every aspect of human…

Whether connecting the internet of things, guiding surgical lasers or powering the latest smart phone, integrated circuits and microelectronics touch nearly every aspect of human life. In the world of technology, innovation and continuous improvement are imperatives—and being able to quickly and reliably test, debug, diagnose failures and take corrective action can make the difference between a doomed product launch and building a successful global brand. EAG offers you the world’s largest and most diverse collection of specialized analytical instrumentation, capacity to perform a variety of microelectronic tests in parallel, and the multi-disciplinary expertise required to draw true insight from data.

Custom Synthesis & Radiolabeling

No contract service provider has more experience performing custom synthesis and producing isotopically labeled compounds to support product development in life science, chemical…

No contract service provider has more experience performing custom synthesis and producing isotopically labeled compounds to support product development in life science, chemical and related industries than we do. From 14C and 3H radiolabeled clinical trial materials synthesized under cGMP, to stable-labeled active ingredients for metabolism and environmental fate/effects testing, turn to EAG. We have extensive experience with multi-step and other complex synthesis projects, and our comprehensive, in-house analytical services ensure quick turnaround of purity and structural confirmation.

Crop Biotechnology & Development

EAG combines biotechnology and protein characterization expertise with more than 50 years' experience analyzing chemical compounds in plant and environmental matrices to address…

EAG combines biotechnology and protein characterization expertise with more than 50 years’ experience analyzing chemical compounds in plant and environmental matrices to address the growing needs of the biotechnology crop industry. We offer a wide range of techniques required to fully characterize the event insertion and expressed proteins, as well as the various studies required to confirm the food, feed and environmental safety of products that represent the trait. From early-stage protein confirmation to GLP-compliant EDSP and allergenicity testing, we help you make faster, more informed development decisions and comply with evolving global regulations of genetically engineered crops.

Litigation Support & Expert Testimony

When you need solid science and investigative engineering to address product failures, inform legal strategy, protect intellectual property or address product liability disputes,…

When you need solid science and investigative engineering to address product failures, inform legal strategy, protect intellectual property or address product liability disputes, turn to EAG. We’ve provided technical consulting, analysis and expert testimony for hundreds of cases involving the aerospace, transportation, medical device, electronics, industrial and consumer product industries. Our team of experts understands the legal process and your need for responsiveness, effective communication, scientifically defensible opinion and confidentiality. From professional consulting to data review to trial preparation and expert witness testimony, ask EAG.

Techniques

Chromatography

Using an array of advanced separation techniques and innovative technology, we conduct highly precise analytical chromatography for various industries. Whether you want a closer…

Using an array of advanced separation techniques and innovative technology, we conduct highly precise analytical chromatography for various industries. Whether you want a closer look at the purity of your pharmaceutical or need to better understand an agrochemical’s components, EAG has the expertise to separate and evaluate any compound.

Mass Spectrometry

Need to evaluate the molecular structure of a compound or identify its origins? EAG knows how. With state-of-the-art tools, we can separate, vaporize and ionize the atoms and…

Need to evaluate the molecular structure of a compound or identify its origins? EAG knows how. With state-of-the-art tools, we can separate, vaporize and ionize the atoms and molecules in almost any pure or complex material to detect and obtain mass spectra of the components. We rely on decades of experience in mass spectrometry to provide our clients with precise analyses and the best detection limits.

Imaging

EAG is a world leader in high-resolution imaging down to the atomic level. We offer unmatched analytical know-how, generating extremely detailed surface and near surface images…

EAG is a world leader in high-resolution imaging down to the atomic level. We offer unmatched analytical know-how, generating extremely detailed surface and near surface images for various industries, from consumer electronics to nanotechnology. Using state-of-the-art equipment and innovative techniques, we conduct expert imaging to aid in failure analysis, dimensional analysis, process characterization, particle identification and more. If you want to investigate a material with angstrom scale resolution, you can count on EAG to get the job done quickly and precisely.

Spectroscopy

EAG offers a vast array of spectroscopic techniques to clients in various industries, from defense contractors to technology pioneers. We combine unparalleled expertise and…

EAG offers a vast array of spectroscopic techniques to clients in various industries, from defense contractors to technology pioneers. We combine unparalleled expertise and methodology with cutting-edge technology to analyze your organic, inorganic, metallic and composite materials for identification, compositional, structural and contaminant information. Whether you need expert spectroscopic analysis to improve your production process or to surmount a technical challenge, EAG is up to the task.

Physical/Chemical Characterization

Need to identify your unique material? Want to analyze the thermal properties of a sample, or measure the success of a process step? If it has to be done quickly and it has to be…

Need to identify your unique material? Want to analyze the thermal properties of a sample, or measure the success of a process step? If it has to be done quickly and it has to be done right, you can count on EAG. We offer a range of adaptable techniques and innovative methods to evaluate the physical and chemical characteristics of any compound. Our highly precise testing and analytical services will improve your production process, expedite R&D and help you conquer any technical challenge.

About

A Global Scientific Services Company

One of the most respected names in contract research and testing, EAG Laboratories is a global scientific services company operating at the intersection of science, technology and…

One of the most respected names in contract research and testing, EAG Laboratories is a global scientific services company operating at the intersection of science, technology and business. The scientists and engineers of EAG apply multi-disciplinary expertise, advanced analytical techniques and “we know how” resolve to answer complex questions that drive commerce around the world.

Our Customers

Science and technology transcend industry boundaries, and so does demand for EAG’s expertise. We partner with companies across a broad spectrum of high-tech, high-impact and…

Science and technology transcend industry boundaries, and so does demand for EAG’s expertise. We partner with companies across a broad spectrum of high-tech, high-impact and highly regulated industries. We help our customers innovate new and improved products, investigate manufacturing problems, perform advanced analyses to determine safety, efficacy and regulatory compliance, and protect their brands.

Our Company Culture

EAG’s corporate culture is firmly rooted in four guiding principles: “foster a growth mindset,” “find a better way,” “earn more loyal customers,” and “win…

EAG’s corporate culture is firmly rooted in four guiding principles: “foster a growth mindset,” “find a better way,” “earn more loyal customers,” and “win together.” Across all of our 20+ locations, you will find a true passion for science and the power of science to improve the world we live in. Hear what some of our ~1200 scientists, engineers and support personnel say about what it means to be part of EAG Laboratories.

Careers

EAG is growing, and we are always looking for talented, problem-solving oriented individuals to join our company. If you have a “we know how” spirit, we want to hear from you.…

EAG is growing, and we are always looking for talented, problem-solving oriented individuals to join our company. If you have a “we know how” spirit, we want to hear from you. Browse current openings now, and re-visit our careers page often.

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Senior Leadership

Siddhartha Kadia, EAG Laboratories
Siddhartha C. Kadia, Ph. D.

Chief Executive Officer

Siddhartha C. Kadia joined EAG as President and Chief Executive Officer in April, 2014.

Prior to EAG, Siddhartha served as the President of the Life Sciences Division of Life Technologies Corporation where he was responsible for worldwide P&L of a $2B of portfolio, which included many differentiated technologies, including proprietary reagents franchises and a bioproduction business. Industry leading brands including Invitrogen, GIBCO, Dynal, Ambion, Molecular Probes and Novex were part of this portfolio.

Previously, Siddhartha served in various executive roles at Life Technologies, including President , Life Technologies Greater China (2011-2013), President, Life Technologies Japan Ltd. (2009-2011) and Chief Marketing Officer (2008-2009). He also served on the Board for Life Technologies Foundation and on the Board of Life Technologies DaAn Diagnostics, a China-based joint venture he established. From July 2005 to July 2008, he served in numerous roles at Invitrogen Corporation, including Vice President, Global Marketing and eBusiness. Invitrogen merged with Applied Biosystems, Inc. in 2008 to form Life Technologies.

Before joining Invitrogen, Siddhartha C. Kadia was a management consultant at McKinsey & Company where his work focused on healthcare related engagements: assisting medical device companies from the US and Europe in developing strategic direction and improving earnings, advising local and state governments in the U.S. on healthcare spend effectiveness, and consulting with medium and large U.S. healthcare providers in improving profitability.

Siddhartha was a post-doctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he conducted research in neuroscience and was awarded the David Israel Macht Award for Excellence in Research. Siddhartha holds a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from Johns Hopkins University, a Masters of biomedical engineering from Rutgers University and a B.E. in electronics and telecommunications from Gujarat University in India.

Siddhartha served on the board of directors of Newport Corporation, a leading global supplier of advanced technology products and solutions for scientific research, life & health science, aerospace & defense, photovoltaics, industrial manufacturing, semiconductors, and microelectronics markets. Newport Corporation became part of MKS Industries in April, 2016.  Siddhartha previously served on the board of directors of Volcano Corporation, a medical technology company that was sold to Royal Philips in February 2015.

Amanda Halford, EAG Laboratories
Amanda Halford

Executive Vice President, Life Sciences

Amanda Halford joined EAG as its first Chief Commercial Officer in 2015 and assumed the responsibilities of Executive Vice President of our Life Sciences division last year.

Prior to joining EAG, Amanda spent 15 years at Sigma Aldrich in a variety of roles, most recently as Vice President of the Academic Research business where she was responsible for the global business for the full portfolio of products and services to the Academic, Government and Hospital sectors. Amanda led the strategic review for the business, repositioning into the academic translational research segment and driving market share growth. Amanda also led Sigma-Aldrich’s business development and scientific collaborations within these sectors.

During her 15 year tenure at Sigma Aldrich, Amanda held positions of increasing responsibility in Marketing, Process Improvement, Corporate Strategy and Development and eBusiness. Amanda’s titles included Vice President of eBusiness, Vice President of the Chemistry and Materials Science business and Director of Marketing for SAFC

As VP, eBusiness, managing the global online channel for Sigma Aldrich with a focus on customer insight, user experience, business analytics and digital marketing there was a significant increase in new customers to the site, increased customer loyalty on the site and significantly increased revenue through the channel.

While Director of Marketing for SAFC, she created the marketing, brand and communications strategy for the SAFC custom manufacturing business.  This resulted in the successful creation and global launch of the SAFC brand and which became the foundation for significant growth for the business.

Prior to joining Sigma-Aldrich, Amanda held key marketing and sales positions with Elf Atochem, France, Nalco France and U.K.-based ICI.

Amanda earned her undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Imperial College, London, and earned an Executive MBA from EM Lyon.  She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri. Amanda is fluent in French and English and has lived and traveled extensively outside of the U.S.

Patricia M. Lindley, Executive Vice President of EAG Laboratories
Patricia M. Lindley, Ph.D.

Executive Vice President, Material Sciences

Dr. Patricia M. Lindley has been Executive Vice President of EAG’s Materials Sciences division since March 2008.

Pat joined what was then Charles Evans and Associates in 1991 as a Staff Analyst where her particular field of expertise is in TOF-SIMS analysis. Her analytical research focused on developing polymer and organic applications of TOF-SIMS as well as in evaluating cleanroom contamination.

During her tenure at EAG, Pat has advanced through increasingly responsible management positions in operations and quality.  She led the quality program for Charles Evans’ initial ISO certification, directed the development and implementation of the lab’s LIMS system, and developed the company’s export compliance program.

Prior to joining EAG, Dr. Lindley was a Research Chemist and an Officer in the US Air Force for four years, where she worked on the development of high temperature polymers for structural  application, as well as polymers for third order nonlinear optical materials.

Dr. Lindley received a Ph.D. in Organic/Polymer Chemistry from the University of Maryland.

Aram Sarkissian, EAG Laboratories
Aram Sarkissian

General Manager, Engineering Sciences

Aram Sarkissian joined EAG in 2007 as part of the acquisition of Accurel, where he served in a variety of roles with increasing responsibilities in Engineering, Sales & Marketing, and Management. Aram was instrumental in the development of the FIB circuit edit business, hiring and leading electrical engineers knowledgeable in both circuit and semiconductor processes.  The teams’ strong understanding of system and device interaction lead to results with higher yields and entry to work on advanced technology nodes.

Aram helped start a microelectronics Failure Analysis laboratory which grew to one of largest domestic commercial FA labs to support the growing number of fab-less, lab-less semiconductor companies.

Aram Sarkissian was part of the team that established an Advanced Microscopy lab, the first commercial lab to offer Dual Beam FIB/SEM services, and helped bring TEM services into more widespread use for R&D by reducing turnaround times on advanced applications.

His understanding of the technology, markets and customers helped early integration efforts as several acquired labs were consolidated to form a more comprehensive approach to problem solving across a range of disciplines including: Test, Reliability, Debug and Failure Analysis.

Aram holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California at Berkeley.

Tomoya Aoyama, Senior Vice President, EAG Laboratories, Asia
Tomoya Aoyama

Senior Vice President, Asia

Tomoya Aoyama joins us as Senior Vice President, Asia after 13 years in roles of increasing responsibility at Thermo Fisher (formerly Life Technologies & Fisher Scientific).  His most recent position at Thermo was as Sr. Director of Regenerative Medicine and Bio-Production (after a promotion from Director), leading that market in Japan.

Prior to that, he has diversified experiences in Asia as General Manager of Taiwan and Hong Kong with responsibility for the full product portfolio for Life Technologies as well as 130+ employees and was part of the Greater China Leadership Team, the commercial leader of Bio-Production, Japan  & South Korea and also Country Manager and Representative Director for Fisher Biosciences for four years.

Preceding Fisher, he began his career with Idemitsu Kosan Co. in Japan leading business development in the bio technologies and life sciences market commercializing animal health products, cosmetic chemicals and other specialty chemicals.

Aoyama-san’s education includes a bachelor and Master of Science in fish sciences from Hokkaido University, Japan.

Carey Lewis
Carey Lewis

Senior Vice President, Corporate Development

Carey Lewis joined EAG Laboratories as Senior Vice President, Corporate Development after six years as VP of Corporate Development at Underwriters Laboratories (UL). In that role, he managed 35+ deals across five continents. While at UL, Carey was responsible for all aspects of the mergers and acquisitions process, from finding appropriate opportunities to investigating the companies, negotiating and then helping to integrate newly acquired businesses.

Prior to UL, Carey spent four years at Schneider Electric, where he managed the corporate development function for Schneider’s North American business. He has also held senior finance, business development and corporate development roles at Pregis, Pactiv and Monsanto.

Carey began his career in research and development at Dow Chemical. He graduated from Saginaw Valley State University with a BS in chemistry, and earned his MBA at the University of Michigan.

Alyssa Judge, EAG Laboratories
Alisa Judge

SVP, Human Resources

Alisa Judge joined EAG in August, 2014 as Senior Vice President, Human Resources.

Prior to joining, Alisa worked for 6+ years as Vice President, Human Resources at Sequenom, a publically traded, 600 employee biotech company which performed molecular diagnostic testing and produced and sold mass spectrometers. She was part of the team that launched a revolutionary pre-natal test requiring significant, rapid organization growth to meet market demand.

Before joining Sequenom, she was Vice President of Human Resources at Nielsen – Claritas, a division of the media measurement global company which provides marketing research and demographic data for customer acquisition and site selection.

From 2003 to 2005, Alisa Judge led the HR function for GKN-Chem-tronics, a 1,200 employee subsidiary of British owed GKN Aerospace which specializes in manufacturing complex, chemically-etched titanium commercial jet engine components. In this role, along with HR for 3 sites, she managed the environmental, health and safety function which was recognized for world class performance.

For 10 years, Alisa managed the human resources function for the leading distributor of general interest books to the warehouse club stores including Costco and Sams. During her tenure, this US publically traded company grew to over $1b in revenue with employees in the US, Europe and Australia.

Alisa graduated from Humboldt State University with a BS in Business, and serves on the HSU Advancement Foundation board.

Stefan Karnavas, EAG Laboratories
Stefan Karnavas

Chief Financial Officer

Stefan Karnavas joined EAG in June 2015 as Chief Financial Officer.

Prior to joining EAG, Stefan served as CFO of SKLZ, a consumer branded, sports training equipment manufacturer where he was responsible for Finance, Accounting, IT and Corporate Development. Stefan was engaged by SKLZ’ board of directors to develop, align and execute a multi-year operating plan, corporate goals and a financing strategy which led to the successful completion of a $40 million round of private equity at an attractive valuation. During Stefan’s four year tenure at SKLZ, revenues doubled and the valuation of the company quadrupled.

Stefan spent 10 years at Leap Wireless International / Cricket Wireless, a publicly traded mobile communications company which grew from start up to over 5 million customers and $5 billion in revenue and in 2014 was acquired by AT&T. Stefan initially served as the CFO of Cricket during the start-up phase and subsequently served the parent company in roles of increasing responsibility including VP Finance – FP&A, VP Finance – Network Operations, IT and Real Estate, and VP Finance & Treasurer.  During his tenure, Stefan raised over $5.0 billion of gross debt and equity capital and led a team that renegotiated vendor contracts during Leap’s corporate restructure that reduced annual operating costs by $140 million or 20% of Leap cost structure.

Stefan Karnavas served as CFO of Cobblestone Golf Group, a private equity sponsored consolidator of private and public golf clubs which tripled in size during his tenure. Cobblestone grew to 45 properties, $150 million in revenue, $42 million in EBITDA and 3,400 employees. While at Cobblestone, Stefan successfully re-capitalized the Company with a $100 million public high yield debt offering, integrated 30 acquisitions and reduced G&A expenses by $1 million through accounting organization synergies. The company exited at a valuation in excess of $400 million.

Stefan served as Treasurer and Director of Corporate Development for Horizon Cellular Group where he assisted in raising over $100 million in private equity and acquired cellular franchises valued at $65 million. Stefan began his professional career at Fidelity Bank and served as an Investment Officer for the venture capital subsidiary of the bank, where he made investments in leveraged buyouts and emerging growth companies.

Stefan graduated from the University of Denver with a BSBA in Finance, and from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management with an MBA.

Dan Tilley, Chief Information Officer, EAG Laboratories
Dan Tilley

Chief Information Officer

Dan Tilley joined EAG as Chief Information Officer in October, 2015.

Prior to joining EAG, Dan was the CIO and EVP at ClubCorp where he worked in roles of increasing responsibility for eight years.  ClubCorp is a publicly traded company with 20,000+ full time and seasonal employees and 200 locations. Dan served as President of the company’s 503c, Employee Partner Care Foundation which provided over $2m in grants. He oversaw a project to centralize billing system resulting in reduced annual operating expenses by $4 million and reduced IT and Accounting costs by $15 million annually by implementing a multi-year outsourcing plan.

Dan was a founding partner of Brightstar Golf Group and filled a variety of roles for the start up.

Before, Dan Tilley was CIO and VP Finance at Spectrum Clubs, in the health and fitness market with 100k members.  During his 4 years, he managed numerous cost cutting initiatives for IT, accounting and finance functions.

Dan was the VP and CIO at Cobblestone Golf Group where he had responsibility for IT, District Accounting, Training/Transitions, Internal Audit, Staffing, and Reporting.

Dan received a BS from University of Pittsburgh in Computer Science and Mathematics.