Ms. Hoda has enjoyed 20 years of experience in the life science industry. She began her career as a bench scientist, identifying causative mutations for specific inborn metabolic disorders at Mass General Hospital, followed by sample-prep product development at US Genomics, and then early-stage drug discovery studies at Ribonovix. Sadaf has been integral to the development of the all of the Sage Science products. As Sage grew, Sadaf built and led the applications support team, performed research, oversaw product launches, prior to becoming the Vice President of Operations for the company.
Dr. Boles's expertise is in the development of molecular research instruments, consumables and reagents. Dr. Boles served in VP R&D of Matrix Technologies and CSO of Mosaic Technologies prior to joining Sage Science. He is an inventor of numerous patents, mostly chemistry related, in the bioscience tools area. Prior to his career in industry, he served as an Asst. Professor at Brandeis University and as a Post Doctoral Fellow at UC Berkeley. Dr. Boles received his PhD from Princeton University.
Mr. Carroll has spent 30 years in the life science industry, where he has demonstrated expertise in building and managing sales operations and developing new markets. He was the 15th employee at Applied Biosystems, where he set up the North American and Asia-Pacific sales organizations before assuming a global role as senior vice president of worldwide sales. More recently, he spent nearly a decade at Bio-Rad managing the North American sales operation. Patrick has also been involved in a number of life science startup companies.
Dr. Abrams has broad knowledge in molecular biology and protein science. He has been a Research Director or Principal Scientist at a number of firms, including First Light Biosciences, Mosaic Technologies and Praecis Pharmaceuticals. Dr. Abrams focus has been the discovery and development of novel technologies, and these efforts have resulted in the products in the areas of microarrays, immunoassays, and drug discovery. At Mosaic, Dr. Abrams was the lead developer of bridge amplification, the basis of Illumina sequencing technology. Dr. Abrams holds a Ph.D from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Mr. Vira has over 15 years of marketing experience in the biotechnology field. As a senior product manager at MJ Research, Inc., he oversaw the highly successful line of MJ thermal cyclers, and he has led the development and introduction of several products for PCR and DNA sequencing applications. Prior to MJ, Mr. Vira was a researcher in the area of bioremediation – the art of treating environmental contamination with microbes. Mr. Vira holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from the University of Connecticut, Storrs.

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