Matthew S Halquist
Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics
Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Dr. Matthew Halquist is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutics, School of Pharmacy, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology in the year of 1998 along minor studies in chemistry and forensics science. After eight years in private industry developing LC-MS Bioanalytical Methods, he returned to graduate school to obtain a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences. During his graduate work, Dr. Halquist continued working as Technical Director in the Bioanalytical Core Laboratory at VCU and is currently directing collaborations and helping graduate students with their research. He also contributed toward developing and solely validating approximately 50 different assays using LCMS/MS technologies following the FDA Bioanalytical Guidance and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) at PPD in Richmond, VA. He is also serving as Program Chairman of Richmond Chromatography Discussion Group (RCDG) from 2011 facilitating seminars for the group focusing on separation science in the Richmond community. He is an active member of American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists from 2007. He is also honored with 2012- John Wood Award for outstanding graduate work in pharmaceutics. He is also author of many publications in international journals.
Dr. Matthew Halquist’s include Bioanalytical Techniques for analysis of therapeutic proteins and biomarkers; separation sciences, stability indicating methods, and in vitro devices to evaluate Biorelevant drug release.