Trideum Corporation Chief Science Officer is Elected President of the Washington Academy of Sciences

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In May of 2015, the Washington Academy of Sciences elected Dr. Mina Izadjoo to serve as the President of the Academy. Dr. Izadjoo became a Fellow and Member when she received the 2011 Award in Biological Sciences from the Academy.

Dr. Mina Izadjoo has already built a very impressive career as a scientist, working in the fields of microbiology, immunology with emphasis on wound care and infectious diseases. She is the Chief Science Officer and Director of Biosciences at Trideum Corporation, a biosciences laboratory conducting preclinical testing, scientific consultation and research.

Izadjoo also serves as an Associate professor in the Department of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, in Bethesda, MD. She was formerly Director of the Diagnostics and Translational Research Center of the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for Advancement of Military Medicine.

“We chose Dr. Izadjoo to head up our Biosciences because of her outstanding credentials and experience, but she also shared our corporate values,” said Van Sullivan, President of Trideum. “We feel it’s important to give back to the community, and this volunteer position with the Academy is one of service to the scientific community. We respect and support that.”

Trideum Corporation is a recognized leader in analysis, integration and innovation. Trideum Biosciences’s mission is to develop and evaluate novel and effective therapeutics and diagnostics against new and emerging infectious agents.

About the Washington Academy of Sciences

In 1898, the Washington area’s eight scientific societies banded together to form the Washington Academy of Sciences, an umbrella organization designed to facilitate the cooperation among the scientific disciplines. Now, over 100 years later, with nearly 60 affiliated organizations, the Academy brings together scientists from a broad range of disciplines in the Washington Metropolitan Area.

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