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Chemical engineer

Barry Christopher Buckland, American chemical engineer. Fellow American Institute Medical & Biological Engineering, International Institute Biotechnology (lecturer 1995); member American Institute of Electrical Engineers (director Food, Pharmaceutical & Bioentring. Division 1993-1995), American Chemical Society (lecturer 1994), National Academy Engineering.

Background

Buckland, Barry Christopher was born on January 6, 1948 in London.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Manchester University, England, 1970. Master of Science, University College London, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy in Bio-chemical Engineering, University College London, 1974.

Career

Biochemistry engineer, Abbott Laboratory, Chicago, 1974-1977;senior engineer, Lederle Laboratory, New York, 1977-1980;director, Fermentation Pilot Plant, Mercks & Company Inc., 1980-1986;biochemistry process Research and Development, Fermentation Pilot Plant, Mercks & Company Inc., 1986-1990;senior director, Fermentation Pilot Plant, Mercks & Company Inc., 1990-1993;executive director, Fermentation Pilot Plant, Mercks & Company Inc., 1993-1996;vice president, Bio Process Research and Development, Merck & Company Inc., since 1996. Visiting professor University College, London, since 1989, Rutgers University, since 1990.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Medical & Biological Engineering, International Institute Biotechnology (lecturer 1995). Member American Institute of Electrical Engineers (director Food, Pharmaceutical & Bioentring. Division 1993-1995), American Chemical Society (lecturer 1994), National Academy Engineering.