From the Panama Navy League:
We are happy to have Mark Minier join us again to share more about his experience in Iraq and a little on the former Soviet Union. Please take a moment to review his bio and I think you can guess the slideshow will be even better than last time.
Mark is a biochemist and Vice President with PureLine Treatment Systems based in Houston, Texas. He has more than 28 years’ experience in various areas of biological event response and chlorine dioxide applications for biological and chemical control.
He is currently working on numerous domestic and international projects including Panama with Pureline involving:
Wastewater, and industrial water treatment
Food and beverage treatment
Medical waste treatment
Biological event planning and response
Recent biodefense project experience includes:
Chief Biosafety Officer and Director of Laboratory Operations for Anthrax Investigation and Remediation in Washington, D.C. and Trenton, NJ
Chief Biosafety Officer and Technical Director for Suspect Biological Materials Investigation and Remediation, New York, New York
Biosafety Officer and Laboratory Director for Iraqi Survey Group, WMD Inspection, Baghdad, Iraq
Biosafety Lead Biological Safety Officer for Weapons Proliferation Prevention Program and for Biological Threat Reduction Programs (Defense Threat Reduction Agency contract) Moscow, Russia
Lead Biosafety Officer CTR/CIS (Defense Threat Reduction Agency contract), Odessa, Ukraine; Kiev, Ukraine.
He serves as senior biochemist for large scale facility decontamination projects and provides technical and regulatory agency support.
Please plan on joining us for an insightful evening.
Date: May 10
Le Meridien Hotel
$30 including glass of wine
Please let us know your attendance by noon on the 9th.
Navy League Panama Foundation