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Michael Tarlov is chief of the Biomolecular Measurement Division, which develops the measurement science, standards, technology, and data required to support the nation's needs for determining the composition, structure, quantity, and function of biomolecules. This work will help to advance biotechnology, DNA forensics, biomedical and bioscience research, and health care. Mike Tarlov received a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from the University of Minnesota. During his career at NIST he has authored or co-authored more than 80 publications in the areas of self-assembled monolayers, biochemical sensing, and bioprocess measurements. Mike was formerly chief of the Process Measurements Division, and was acting chief of the Biochemical Science Division. Mike is also responsible for leading the cross-division NIST Biomanufacturing Program, which develops measurement science, standards, and reference data to support the development, manufacturing, and regulatory approval of protein drugs.
American Chemical Society (Member of Biochemical Technology, Colloid and Surface Science Divisions)
Department of Commerce Silver Medal, 2004
Chief, Biomolecular Measurement Division, Material Measurement Laboratory, NIST
Acting Chief, Biochemical Science Division, Material Measurement Laboratory, NIST
Deputy Chief, Biochemical Science Division, Material Measurement Laboratory, NIST
Chief, Process Measurements Division, Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory, NIST
Leader, Process Sensing Group, Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory, NIST
Program Analyst, Program Office, Office of the Director, NIST
Research Chemist, Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory, NIST 1987 - 1996
Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, 1987
B.A., Chemistry, 1981