We are advancing molecular biology by reducing complexity and leveraging our microfluidics and enzymatic expertise to bring advanced molecular systems and techniques to the point-of-need, where and when people need them.
- Our customer’s voice is at the center of everything we do.
- We respect each team member’s unique abilities to drive our success.
- Our quality defines us.
- We win through teamwork.
- Our integrity defines our value.
- Our differentiation is through innovation.
- We are committed to a vibrant, sustainable world.
Does this sound like a place where you could contribute? Join us!
We're always on the look-out for talented scientists, engineers, and other professionals who want to apply their skills to cutting-edge molecular biology.
We're also eager to meet interns exploring their interests in biotechnology or expanding their skills in such fields as business administration, marketing, product development, technology commercialization, genomics, precision medicine, or molecular biology.
Submit a cover letter and resume to j.butler[at]microgembio.com and let us know how you could contribute to our mission.
Get to Know Us
Giuseppina (Giusy) Sannino, PhD
Regional Innovation and Business Manager
Giusy leads direct sales and technical support in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. She is a gifted tri-lingual scientist with expertise in cell-based and luciferase assays, lentivirus production, and gene therapy techniques such as siRNA, and CRISPR/Cas9.
Giusy earned a joint Masters degree in gene expression from Universita Politecnica, (Ancona, Italy) and the University of California (San Diego, California). She earned her PhD in cancer biology from the Natural and Medical Sciences Institute at the University of Tübingen. She completed her postdoctoral work at the Laboratory for Pediatric Sarcoma Biology, Munich.
After several years working as a researcher in academia, I'm now doing - for the first time - the type of science I was dreaming about when I was child. Here, everyone's ideas count and everyone can drive innovation.
Abishek Muralidhar. PhD
Abishek joined MicroGEM in November 2015 and has a diverse role ranging from the research and development of new and existing MicroGEM technologies, mining the culture collection for new products of interest, and developing methods for scale-up and manufacture of these products.
Abishek has a PhD in Ecophysiology from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, for his investigation into molecular mechanisms resulting in physiological stress tolerance in algae and plants. Prior to this, he earned a Masters degree in Plant Pathology from VIT University, India, for his study on the genetic and functional diversity of plant pathogens and plant growth promoting bacteria from agricultural soils. Abishek has expertise in a range of molecular and biochemical techniques including sequencing, PCR, molecular cloning, confocal microscopy, electrophysiology, protein expression and fermentation.
I have always been fascinated with extremophiles and the mechanisms that help them survive and thrive in extreme habitats. This fascination drew me to MicroGEM where I have the opportunity to study microbes isolated from unique environments and tap their potential to solve real world problems.
I never thought I would begin my professional career in a science field, but the MicroGEM team has welcomed me with open arms and made me feel valuable every step of the way!
Working at MicroGEM’s New Hampshire manufacturing facility, Tyler coordinates project activities among various teams, including engineering, science, production, manufacturing, procurement, HR, shipping/receiving, and facilities. His daily motivation is to ensure projects are running smoothly and project goals are met. This is a fast-paced environment where critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration, and task execution skills are a must.
Tyler is an early graduate of Rivier University with a Bachelors in Business Management and a minor in Homeland Security.
The opportunity to be surrounded by some of the most brilliant individuals is truly a privilege. The entire team, regardless of their pedigree or accomplishments, are extremely down-to-earth and willing to teach at the drop of a dime, but are also devoted to listening, learning, and keeping an open mind. It's definitely the most humanistic team I have had the opportunity to work alongside.