Louis Lazar, PhD, joined Newry Corp in 2013 after completing his doctorate in Biochemistry and a postdoctoral fellowship at Brandeis University. His work at Newry has covered technologies ranging from functional fluids to microreplicated materials to consumer electronics, and several of his recent projects have focused on smartphone design and next-generation telecommunications infrastructure for 5G. Sample outcomes of these engagements have included a comprehensive portfolio strategy for an R&D directorate at a Fortune 500 company, a deep understanding of the value proposition for material usage in smartphones, and a detailed market analysis for microfluidic devices for next-generation sequencing.
Before joining Newry, Louis worked in academic scientific research, focusing on developing novel methods to improve rational drug design techniques. In addition to his doctoral degree, Louis has a BS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Mathematics from Dickinson College.