Leaders in Flow Technology™
Amanda Berg has over 20 years of experience in global pharmaceutical and biotech industries focused on research and product development. Upon receiving her B.S in Chemistry from the University of New Hampshire, she started her career at Genetics Institute (now Pfizer) in Cambridge where she spent over six years using MALDI and nanoflow LC-MS for protein characterization and proteomics-focused applications. She continued this work during her tenure at the Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research in Cambridge, using small molecule affinity chromatography for biomarker and target discovery. For more than ten years, Amanda has been an integral member of the team at New Objective developing innovative solutions for nanoflow and microflow applications and supporting these innovations through application development and fostering customer relationships. Within her role as Vice President, Amanda leads a team of talented and innovative thinkers supporting manufacturing, product development, engineering, application and sales efforts within the organization. Amanda works in close conjunction with the leadership team building communities with a shared interest in innovation to deliver solutions to solve complex problems and develop new therapies.