Meet Hamid

2 mins 12/11/21
Author name: Dee Harper

Meet the Scientist: Hamid Emadzadeh

Name: Hamid Emadzadeh

How long have you been with Metrics Contract Services?
Three years

What is your role?
Analytical Chemist

What accomplishment/project/area of work is your specialty or makes you proud?
Development testing is the sector of analytical testing that I find the most fascinating. It requires critical thinking, problem solving, and adaptability.

Are there any special organizational strategies you use to be efficient at work?
The planning of my entire working day upon arrival in the morning, so there can be ample time to accomplish all time sensitive tasks. This also allows opportunities to multi-task pertaining to activities that run parallel in time frame with one another.

What’s are your team’s latest achievements?
The group of analysts I’m part of has demonstrated great communication skills, time management skills, and most importantly, adaptability to meet rigorous timelines of many time sensitive projects including a biorelevant study, a compression study, and several registration campaigns.

How do you think those accomplishments might impact the contract pharmaceutical industry and the industry at large?
The experiences and knowledge that our team has gained through these achievements has added valuable “analyst tool sets” skills that we will be able to utilize throughout the remainder of our careers. These skills will benefit the contract pharmaceutical industry and pharmaceutical industry at large. Additionally, the studies our team performed will be used as part of an NDA filing and to facilitate future analytical studies for regulatory submissions.

What is the most rewarding part of your job?
It is rewarding to be part of a process that ultimately provides safe medications to patients.

What is the best piece of advice you ever received from one of your mentors/colleagues?
One should look at a differing personality or behavioral actions in individuals as points of strengths rather than criticize to form false perceptions of weakness.