The U.S.A. has started the race to place the first human foot on mars. We will push new frontiers in technology to influence all sectors of the economy for the better. Its a game changer, and that is how I feel about indoor air quality. Our homes are our castles. We protect ourselves from all sorts of dangers in our homes: fire, flood, theft etc, with technology. We need game changing technology to vastly improve detection of the invisible hazards (mold, VOCs, bacteria, virus, fibers etc). That is exactly what Assured Bio Labs is out to achieve. Through cooperation with industry, government, academia, and most importantly, through our clients, we aim to advance indoor air quality into a state-of-the-art science industry. We are developing novel field methods, lab tests, reports and on-site diagnostic tools for our clients to deploy. Our goal, whether you are a home owner or an industry vp, is to deliver reliable results that function as a road map to tackle and mitigate contamination. Our clients deserve functional answers, and we deliver top-shelf quality and service. Come along with us on this journey. Together we can gain knowledge to discover solutions.
To Mars and Back: Success Through Collaboration.
About the Author: Edward Sobek, PhD, MBA
Dr. Edward Sobek has 25 years of experience in microbiology and indoor air quality. He has a master’s degree in Plant Pathology from Iowa State University, where he studied Fusarium disease transmission in field crops. He received his doctorate degree from Texas Tech University where he studied the ecology of desert molds (mitosporic fungi). He obtained his Executive MBA in Healthcare leadership from the University of Tennessee's presidious Haslam School of Business in 2016. Dr. Sobek is an active researcher. He holds the appointment of Senior Research Scientist with the University of Tennessee’s Center for Environmental Biotechnology CEB and has developed and patented several mold detection technologies. He is a sought after speaker on the scientific circuit by educational and governmental organizations that are anxious to learn how to use DNA to detect mold in residential and commercial properties. He has also published a variety of scientific papers, book chapters, white papers, and trade articles for the IAQ industry.