Donald has worked in a variety of disciplines related to the field of molecular research. He began his research career in Biomedical Engineering at Mississippi State University and later in Neuroscience studying Autism Spectrum Disorders at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Over the past eleven years, he has worked in the research industry for well-established life sciences organizations in several roles, including, Field Engineering Specialist, Field Application Specialist, and Clinical Application Specialist. Along his varied path he has gained experience in clinical diagnostics, lab developed tests, and helping develop start-ups focused on Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) using targeted sequencing for Oncology. He continues to use his knowledge to help get new and older labs up and running with new assays or projects. Whether it is contributing to a new kit or instrument development, he enjoys working through the process. Donald values assisting biotech companies and labs find solutions for problems as they grow and adapt to the continuously changing tech landscape. For him watching them get to the next level is one of the most rewarding aspects of his job. If you were to peek at his personality profile, you would see his core skill set is what you call an integrator, meaning he specializes in bringing multifaceted teams together to drive goals to completion. What Donald genuinely wants above all else is to help labs kickstart and achieve their goals allowing them to continue to use science to make it a safer and healthier world.