The management team at Quincy Bioscience
Michael Beaman, Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Beaman is a proven executive and entrepreneur who is the former CEO and owner of Quincy Resource Group, Inc., a Wisconsin-based corrugated packaging solutions company. Mike acquired Quincy Resource Group in 1994 and oversaw its growth from $1 million in sales to over $20 million. Beaman sold QRG to SupplyOne, Inc in 2009. Mike earned his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management and Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.
Mark Underwood, President
Mark serves as President of the Company and is responsible for strategic leadership and oversight of the business. His experience includes laboratory product development, product launches, and business team development. Prior to co-founding the Company, Mark served in several capacities with Pak Technologies, Inc. as Director of Business Development, Technical and Product Development Manager, Human Resources, Safety and Regulatory Affairs Manager between the years of 1997 and 2004. Mark has a BA in Psychology (neurochemistry) from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Dr. James R. Moyer, Jr.
Dr. Moyer specializes in research on calcium physiology. Dr. Moyer has been an Assistant Professor of Psychology (neuroscience) and Biological Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee since 2003. Prior to his teaching position, Dr. Moyer was an Associate Research Scientist at Yale University. Dr. Moyer has published multiple articles on the effects of calcium on neurophysiology. His research is focused on the neurophysiological, cellular and behavioral changes that occur during aging. Dr. Moyer holds Biology and Biochemistry degrees from East Stroudsburg University and a Ph.D. in Neuroscience / Cell Biology from Northwestern University.
Dr. Dan Moran, Director of Manufacturing Science
Dr. Moran is the Director of Manufacturing Science for the Company and has over 25 years of practical recombinant fermentation experience. He is responsible for the development of practical and efficient manufacturing techniques for apoaequorin and also for accomplishing scale-up capabilities to include continuous batch manufacturing. Dr. Moran holds a Ph.D. in Genetic Engineering and a Masters degree in Microbiology from Ohio University.