Gamlen Instruments welcomes Serena Schiano

Photo of Dr Serena SchianoGamlen Instruments is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Serena Schiano as Research and Development Manager. Her role is to extend the range of applications of Gamlen Instruments to new techniques, and extend the range of services offered.

Serena’s research background is in materials characterization and compaction; specifically using Drucker-Prager Cap plasticity models (DPC) for the analysis of compaction of pharmaceutical powders.

Michael Gamlen, Managing Director, commented:

“From our laboratories in London, we work hard to deliver research and development services direct to clients and to explore and deliver scientific evidence to support the Gamlen Instruments range. I am delighted that Serena has joined the team as her experience in DPC and her enthusiasm for exploratory research in materials characterization will bring value to our customers and our product offering.”

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