Amy Miner graduated from Taylor University with a B.A. in biology. She previously worked at VCU's School of Medicine in a smooth muscle physiology and biochemistry lab before joining Medicines for All in 2017. She brings over fifteen years of bench and lab management experience.
Perrer Tosso, Ph.D., is a chemist with extensive experience in drug discovery and development. He holds a Ph.D. in medicinal chemistry from the Georgetown University School of Medicine. His research interests include active pharmaceutical ingredient synthesis and flow methodologies. Perrer currently works as a project manager for the Medicines for All Institute.
Saeed Ahmad, Ph.D., oversees techno-economics cost analysis of existing and new processes of target molecules for Medicines for All. He specializes in efficient, robust and cost-effective process development, scale-up and tech-transfer of new and existing active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). He has served in various capacities in the pharmaceutical industry including regulatory and compliance. Previously, he was the director of API manufacturing at PolyPeptide Labs and has also worked in the process development group at Boehringer Ingelheim Chemicals for more than 13 years. Dr. Ahmad holds a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the University of Allahabad, India.
Rudy Krack is a chemical engineer with 33 years of experience in the specialty chemical and pharmaceutical industries, both in active ingredients and dosage forms. He served at VCU in various capacity for 11 years including teaching undergraduate lab courses and managing the instructional laboratories. Currently, he provides raw material cost estimates and green chemistry metrics for new processes from Medicines for All research.