While COVID-19 has shown the value and importance of life sciences innovation more than ever before, the pandemic has also brought unprecedented challenges to research laboratories. Lab supply chain disruptions have led many scientists to face supply backorder challenges, experiment delays, and uncertainty in meeting milestones.
Linda May-Zhang has over a decade of research experience in Biomedical Sciences and Engineering. Although her scientific journey has taken her through engineering, physiology, pathology and pharmacology, she has mostly focused on cardiovascular and metabolic disease applications. Linda has co-authored 20+ scientific publications and is a recipient of several research grants from the National Institutes of Health and the American Heart Association. After recently completing a postdoctoral fellowship from Vanderbilt University, she currently serves as a Research, Science and Innovation officer for a biotechnology company in Southern California.
Raquel Pinho is a Product Manager at ZAGENO and has nearly a decade of experience in Life Sciences within both in vitro diagnostics and research labs. Throughout her scientific journey, she mostly focused in understanding the brain and has co-authored over a dozen of scientific publications. She worked in renowned research institutes both in Portugal and Germany. After earning her PhD in Neuroscience, she joined the ZAGENO team where she is dedicated to building a digital solution that helps scientists expedite their research by easily finding and purchasing the lab products.