Dr. Brnadon Thompson leads all phases of product development for consumable microfluidic and array products, including expanding the functionality of both fluidic subsystems and new materials and chemistries. He received his post-doctoral training and obtained a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Virginia where he performed research in the field of microfluidics under Dr. James Landers. Dr. Thompson also holds a Master’s degree in Analytical Chemistry from Furman University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from The College of William and Mary.