Dr. Lindon holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Physics from Iowa State University and a Ph.D. in Biophysics from MIT. He spent fifteen years in academic research at Harvard Medical School as a Postdoctoral Fellow, member of the research staff, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology exploring mechanisms of thrombosis and platelet activation and developing blood-compatible materials and polymers for cardiovascular applications. Dr. Lindon also acquired extensive product development experience in medical and personal care products working first at Baxter Healthcare Corp, where he established a Thrombosis, Hemostasis and Blood Compatibility testing facility, and then at Kimberly Clark Corp., developing technologies for various consumer products and medical devices. His research at Kimberly Clark provided important background on the properties of and handling techniques for human body fluids. Dr. Lindon brings to Claro Scientific a strong background in blood and other body fluids, as well as significant product development experience, which are being utilized at Claro Scientific for the development of integral fluid processing systems for bacterial and cellular detection and identification.