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Tanya R Knaide

from South Portland, ME
Age ~43

Tanya Knaide Phones & Addresses

  • 9 Meadow Way, South Portland, ME 04106 (207) 874-6171
  • Portland, ME
  • Thomaston, ME
  • Gorham, ME
  • S Portland, ME

Work

Company: Cape technologies May 2002 to Oct 2002 Position: Laboratory technician

Education

Degree: Bachelors, Bachelor of Arts School / High School: University of Southern Maine 1998 to 2002 Specialities: Chemistry

Skills

Laboratory Automation • Validation • R&D • Product Management • Chemistry • Liquid Handling • Lifesciences • Product Marketing • Project Management • Marketing Strategy • Life Sciences • Quality Assurance • Analytical Chemistry • Automation • Cross Functional Team Leadership • Presentation Design • Presentations • Presentation Development

Ranks

Certificate: Project Management

Interests

Football • Exercise • Nascar • Home Improvement • Reading • Watching Auto Racing • Sports • Home Decoration • Watching Sports • Cooking • Electronics • Outdoors • Baseball • Auto Racing • Fitness • Music • Movies • Collecting • Kids • Diet • Automobiles • Woodwork • Travel • Watching Baseball • Investing • Traveling • Watching Football

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Sales Manager

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Location:
9 Meadow Way, South Portland, ME 04106
Industry:
Research
Work:
Cape Technologies May 2002 - Oct 2002
Laboratory Technician

Artel May 2002 - Oct 2002
Sales Manager
Education:
University of Southern Maine 1998 - 2002
Bachelors, Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry
Skills:
Laboratory Automation
Validation
R&D
Product Management
Chemistry
Liquid Handling
Lifesciences
Product Marketing
Project Management
Marketing Strategy
Life Sciences
Quality Assurance
Analytical Chemistry
Automation
Cross Functional Team Leadership
Presentation Design
Presentations
Presentation Development
Interests:
Football
Exercise
Nascar
Home Improvement
Reading
Watching Auto Racing
Sports
Home Decoration
Watching Sports
Cooking
Electronics
Outdoors
Baseball
Auto Racing
Fitness
Music
Movies
Collecting
Kids
Diet
Automobiles
Woodwork
Travel
Watching Baseball
Investing
Traveling
Watching Football
Certifications:
Project Management
University of New England

Publications

Us Patents

Quantitative Dual-Dye Photometric Method For Determining Dilution Impact

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US Patent:
7919327, Apr 5, 2011
Filed:
Jul 26, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/843259
Inventors:
John Thomas Bradshaw - Gorham ME, US
Richard H. Curtis - Gorham ME, US
Keith J. Albert - Auburn ME, US
Tanya R. Knaide - South Portland ME, US
Ceara McNally - Poland ME, US
Alex L. Rogers - Gray ME, US
Assignee:
Artel, Inc. - Westbrook ME
International Classification:
G01N 21/00
US Classification:
436164, 436179, 436180, 356 36, 356432, 356627
Abstract:
The invention provides ways to determine the impact of diluting a solution wherein the diluting may be carried out for any of a variety of purposes. In one embodiment, the method enables accurate volume dispensation calculations independent of meniscus shape. In another embodiment, the method enables accurate determination of plate washing efficiency. In yet another embodiment, the method enables the accurate determination of dilution ratio over a plurality of dilution steps. The methods described may be carried out using one or more systems arranged to perform the steps. A kit of the invention includes instructions for carrying out the steps of the methods and, optionally, one or more solutions suitable for conducting photometric measurements.

Quantitative Dual-Dye Photometric Method For Determining Dilution Impact

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US Patent:
7998747, Aug 16, 2011
Filed:
Sep 13, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/854594
Inventors:
John Thomas Bradshaw - Gorham ME, US
Richard H. Curtis - Gorham ME, US
Keith J. Albert - Auburn ME, US
Tanya R. Knaide - South Portland ME, US
Ceara McNally - Poland ME, US
Alex L. Rogers - Gray ME, US
Assignee:
Artel, Inc. - Westbrook ME
International Classification:
G01N 21/27
US Classification:
436164, 436179, 436180, 422919, 356 36, 356246, 356320, 356432, 356627
Abstract:
The invention provides ways to determine the impact of diluting a solution wherein the diluting may be carried out for any of a variety of purposes. In one embodiment, the method enables accurate volume dispensation calculations independent of meniscus shape. In another embodiment, the method enables accurate determination of plate washing efficiency. In yet another embodiment, the method enables the accurate determination of dilution ratio over a plurality of dilution steps. The methods described may be carried out using one or more systems arranged to perform the steps. A kit of the invention includes instructions for carrying out the steps of the methods and, optionally, one or more solutions suitable for conducting photometric measurements.

System And Method For Liquid Delivery Evaluation Using Solutions With Multiple Light Absorbance Spectral Features

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US Patent:
20090251681, Oct 8, 2009
Filed:
Apr 7, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/098875
Inventors:
Ceara J. McNally - Poland ME, US
John Thomas Bradshaw - Gorham ME, US
Richard H. Curtis - Gorham ME, US
Charles A. Ewing - Westbrook ME, US
Keith J. Albert - Auburn ME, US
Tanya R. Knaide - South Portland ME, US
Alexis L. Rogers - Gray ME, US
Assignee:
Artel, Inc. - Westbrook ME
International Classification:
G01N 1/00
US Classification:
356 36
Abstract:
A system and related method for improved liquid delivery evaluation using a solution containing one or more dyes such that the solution exhibits multiple distinct detectable light absorbance spectral features for calibrating or testing over extended volume or dilution ranges are described. The system includes: a photometric instrument capable of measuring optical absorbance at multiple wavelengths; one or more sample solutions to be dispensed using the liquid delivery system whose performance is being tested or calibrated; and vessels optionally pre-filled, or filled by the user, with diluent solution. The sample solutions contain one or more dyes, chosen so that multiple distinct detectable light absorbance spectral features, such as peaks and/or valleys and/or plateaus of the solution can be distinguished for volume or dilution ranges of interest. The concentrations of the dyes may be chosen so that a large volume delivery device is calibrated using a spectral feature in the solution with a low absorbance per unit pathlength, while a small volume delivery device is calibrated with the same sample solution but using a different spectral feature with a high absorbance per unit pathlength.
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