Michelle Spruill, M.Sc. MT (AAB, Chem) is a highly accomplished professional in the field of toxicology with a rich history of expertise in various aspects of the discipline. With a Master of Science in Biology and extensive experience in laboratory management and method development, Michelle has consistently demonstrated her dedication to advancing the field of toxicology.
Throughout her career, Michelle has showcased her proficiency with a wide range of cutting-edge instrumentation, including enzyme immunoassay screening on a Beckman Coulter AU400 and AU 480, liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry on ABSciex, Shimadzu, Waters, and mass spectrometry imaging on a MALDI-TOF Bruker Ultraflex. In addition, her compliance experience is particularly noteworthy, as she has successfully transformed a laboratory from imminent jeopardy status to a state of zero deficiencies, highlighting her commitment to quality and safety.
As a Technical Supervisor, Michelle was pivotal in establishing and optimizing toxicology departments, demonstrating her leadership and project coordination skills. Her ability to design and conduct establishment and stability studies for biological specimens has contributed significantly to the development and validation of analytical methods.
In tandem with her professional accomplishments, Michelle is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Philosophy in Pharmaceutics at the University of Houston, College of Pharmacy, showcasing her dedication to ongoing research and innovation. Her poster presentations and publications in respected scientific journals underline her commitment to advancing knowledge in the field of toxicology.
With her extensive knowledge, technical expertise, and dedication to excellence, Michelle Spruill is a recognized leader in the world of toxicology, making significant contributions to the field and inspiring future generations of researchers and practitioners.