Stephen LadermanView all speakers
Stephen Laderman, Ph.D. is Director of the Molecular Tools Laboratory at Agilent Laboratories. He directs R&D programs aimed at inventing and developing leading-edge measurement solutions for research and diagnostics. His Lab applies biology, chemistry, and computer science expertise to the investigation and development of novel reagents, assay protocols, and computational methods that enable new methods in emerging fields within molecular cellular biology, molecular medicine and synthetic biology.
After receiving his A.B. from Wesleyan University in physics and his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Materials Science and Engineering, Laderman joined Hewlett-Packard Laboratories in 1984 as a member of technical staff, subsequently holding a variety of research and management positions there and in technology intensive businesses. In 1996, he headed a new project team made up of chemists and biologists devoted to the development and application of HP’s first DNA microarray products.
In 2005, Laderman received Agilent Laboratories’ highest award, the Barney Oliver Prize for Innovation.