Dr. Manoj Nair

Dr. Manoj Nair

Dr. Nair has over 11 years of experience developing and leading teams in the development of molecular diagnostic and pathogen typing assays in compliance with FDA IVD regulations for clinical diagnostics and AOAC guidelines for food safety applications. Before joining LexaGene, Dr. Nair served as Staff Scientist at Beckman Coulter Molecular Diagnostics and Senior Scientist at Roche Molecular Systems, where he helped the development of various qualitative and quantitative diagnostic assays for 510(k) clearance, PMA and CLIA waiver. Dr. Nair is also a trained veterinarian and specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of animal diseases in his early career. Dr. Nair conducted his postdoctoral studies at the University of Pennsylvania and Albany Medical College, concentrating on host-pathogen interactions in infections caused by biothreat agents. His doctoral training at the University of Connecticut focused on the molecular pathogenesis of Cronobacter sakazakii and its detection in contaminated infant formula.

Survey Says Veterinarians Have an Appetite for In-Clinic Diagnostic Technology

This spring LexaGene conducted a market research survey in conjunction with AAHA to assess the opinions of practicing veterinarians on AMR stewardship and the use of antibiotics in the treatment of companion animals.

The Dawn of the Superbugs

The most menacing of all resistant bacteria are the so called “super bugs”- strains of bacteria that are resistant to several different classes of antibiotics or multidrug resistant.

LexaGene offers North Shore Technology Council (NSTC) and Leadership Team at MassBio a tour of our Beverly Facility

Recently, we welcomed members of North Shore Technology Council and MassBio Leadership Teams into our facility at 500 Cummings Center for a full tour of our office space and laboratory spaces.