Gerald Gallwas

Gerald Gallwas was a member of the original team in the mid-1960s that founded and managed the growth of what became the clinical diagnostic business of Beckman Instruments. The team pioneered a new technology based on kinetic rate measurements applied to first-order chemical reactions for clinically significant blood constituents.

As the business grew, he served in many roles, from new product development to directing clinical field trials in the United States, Europe, and Japan. This led to extensive involvement with professional and trade organizations as well as regulatory agencies. He retired after 30 years of service as Director of Program Management, overseeing multimillion-dollar new product development programs. Since that time, he has consulted widely in the United States and Europe on new product development, strategic and business planning, organizational development, and marketing. Gallwas holds a B.S. in chemistry from San Diego State University.



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