This book explores a practical approach to discovering, researching and implementing a rapid microbiology technology in the health care industry.
Rich Boehler studied the "ATP Bioluminescence Methodology" while attending graduate school at Long Island University. His bioluminescence master's thesis was presented in May 2002. Rich also lead a method development team at a fortune 500 pharmaceutical company to implement the rapid bioluminescence technology. The RMM (Rapid Microbiology Method) was used as an alternative method to the traditional microbiology "gold standard". Rich obtained a bachelor of science in biology from Stony Brook University (1999) and initiated doctoral studies at Montclair State University (2004). In addition, (a) Rich Boehler has 10 years industrial microbiology experience in quality control, method development & research; (b) 12 years military experience (United States Naval Reserves); and (c) 1 year experience as a community college instructor in a biology department.