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Papers and Oral Presentations

John F. Miller, “Next Generation Electrophoretic Light Scattering”, Oral presentation, ACS National Meeting, Boston, 2018 John F. Miller, “Measuring zeta potential: Black boxes and white elephants”, Oral presentation, 91st ACS Colloid Symposium, Manhattan, 2017 John F. Miller, “Quantitative characterization of

Education:

B.S. Chemical Engineering (with honors), U.C. Berkeley, 1961 Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, 1965

Education:

B.S. Chemical Engineering, Bucknell University, 1954 B.S. Industrial Management, Carnegie Mellon University, 1957

Publications:

“Stress Corrosion Cracking Simulation,” Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering, Institute of Physics Publishing, 5, No. 2, p. 129-147 (1997). “Corrosive Amine Characterization,” Corrosion 96 – The NACE International Annual Conference and Exposition, Paper No. 394, (1996).”Using Electrochemical

Laboratory and Research Facilities:

Principal in a versatile, computerized, major instrumentation and wet chemistry laboratory which primarily develops and markets products for chemical measurement. In-house library, proprietary databases, on-line search service and ability to fill/package liquids and solids in short runs in smaller poly

Publications:

Author and co-author of technical papers dealing with cation and glucose transport across erythrocyte membranes, modified tetracycline as a collagenase inhibitor and characterization of a phosphofructokinase liver enzyme. Emergency Response Planning Guideline (ERPG) for hydrazine.

Previous Experience:

Diamond Shamrock Corporation, Cleveland, OH: Technical Service Representative, 1964-1969; Manager, Technical Liasion, 1970-1978. ICI Americas Inc., Wilmington, DE: Manager, Product Integrity, 1978-1991; Manager, Information Technology, 1991-1992.

Education:

PhD, Chemistry – Boston University, Boston MA – 1983. BA in Chemistry – Boston University, Boston MA – 1978. Minor in Biology – Cum Laude. Army Materials and Mechanics – Visiting Professor (Post Doc) – 1984. Polymer Chemistry – Research

Previous Experience:

Formulation Chemist Manufacturing Company in MA, 2010-2014 *Formulation of epoxy resin and polyurethane coatings for industrial applications *Extensive testing of coatings, including mechanical and chemical testing Consulting Chemist Belmont Polymer Associates, Belmont, MA 2006-2010, 2014-present *Selection and formulation of elastomers,

U.S. Patents:

1. Use of Alpha1C Specific Compounds to Treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. Gluchowski, C.; Forray, C.C.; Chiu, G.; Branchek, T.A.; Wetzel, J.M.; Hartig, P.R. (1995). U.S. Patent 5,403,847. 2. Use of Alpha-1C Specific Compounds to Treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. Gluchowski, C.;

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