John Adamovics
Assistant Professor Email: jadamovics@rider.edu
Phone Number: 609-895-5423
Department Name:
Chemistry, Biochemistry & Physics
Office Location:
Science Hall 322A

Faculty Office Hours

Mailing Address:
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Role: 
Faculty
Title: 
Assistant Professor
Email: 
jadamovics@rider.edu
Phone Number: 
609-895-5423
Department Name: 
Chemistry, Biochemistry & Physics
Mailing Address: 
2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Office Location: 
Science Hall 322A

Education

1973     B.A. Chemistry, Portland State University
1976     Ph.D. Chemistry, Colorado State University
1976-1979     NIH Post Doctoral Fellow, School of Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Industrial Experience

2000-Present          
Heuris Pharma L.L.C.
Founder, President

Heuris Pharma is pursing two medical oriented research and development projects.  The first priority is the development/formulation of a three-dimensional radiation gel dosimeter for radiation treatment planning verification for which a SBIR grant from NIH was awarded in Sept. 2002. The second is to investigate a new in vivo imaging agents for detection of tumors and infections.

1986-1999               
Cytogen Corporation
Director Development & Quality Control

Established the Quality Control and Development groups, which were major contributors to the FDA approving three products.  The first two were monoclonal antibodies that are radiolabeled and used as in vivo diagnostic agents for detecting specific cancer cells and the last is a small molecule chelator used for palliation of bone pain.

1982-1985                
E.R.  SQUIBB
Senior Research Scientist

Supervised three chemists in developing chromatographic methods for process intermediates, bulk drug, formulated drug products (creams, ointments, tablets, capsules, transdermal, biological fluids) stability studies. Published seven manuscriptsfrom studies performed at Squibb.  Invited speaker to numerous meetings including North Jersey Chromatography Discussion Group,  Preparative Chromatography Symposium in Washington, DC,  FACSS, and AAPS.

1979-1982             
BIO/DYNAMICS,  INC.
Manager Metabolism and Chemical Analysis

Planned and supervised animal metabolism studies using C-14 labeled chemicals of interest to the agricultural, chemical , and pharmaceutical industry in order to study their distribution, excretion and metabolism.

Courses Taught

The Pharmaceutical Industry (BIO 206)

General Chemistry Lab (CHE 123)

Guest Lectures in Business and Chemistry classes
 
Selected Publications

Published three books which focus on the analysis of pharmaceuticals (small molecules and protein analysis with sample preparation of all the pharmaceutical dosage forms, automation).

Editor-at-Large for Marcel Dekker publishers.

Invited speaker at numerous scientific meetings.