MicroCare Announces the Hiring of Rebecca Mahoney as Senior Quality Control Chemist

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MicroCare, a global supplier of critical cleaning solutions, is pleased to announce the hiring of Rebecca Mahoney as Senior Quality Control Chemist. Mahoney brings over 12 years of experience in the pharmaceutical and industrial biotechnology industries, where she conducted analytical techniques to support product development.

As Senior Quality Control Chemist, Mahoney will be responsible for developing, conducting, and overseeing analytical methods to test incoming raw materials and approve outgoing MicroCare products. She will manage and maintain MicroCare's quality inspection and product release programs through best practices for raw materials and finished goods.

"Rebecca's extensive experience and skill in analytical methods, development and validation will undoubtedly make a great contribution to the continued success of our organization. We are excited to add her to the MicroCare team,” said Marufur Rahim, Technical Laboratory Director at MicroCare.

Before coming to MicroCare, Mahoney held analytical chemist and quality assurance chemist roles at Pfizer, Thor Specialties and most recently, Invicro, LLC. 

"I am thrilled to be joining MicroCare, a company that is at the forefront of innovation in the critical cleaning industry," said Mahoney. "I look forward to using my expertise to ensure that the quality control criteria at MicroCare is met and to assist in the development of new products.”

Mahoney earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Western New England University in Springfield, Massachusetts, and a Master of Science in Chemistry from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut.


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