Daniel Bednarik is a biopharmaceutical research who works at a leading synthetic biology company called Intrexon Corporation in Germantown, Maryland. This video is a short overview of Daniel Bednarik's career highlights and some of the most noteworthy aspects of his experience in the field of biopharmaceutical research that led him to the prestigious position he holds at Intrexon today. At Intrexon, Daniel Bednarik is the Vice President of Molecular Engineering Unit (MEU) Operations for the company. This is a large branch of the company, and Daniel's position includes overseeing a great deal of projects and research endeavors for the MEU, acting as a liaison between the MEU and other branches of the company in order to discuss potential research projects and ideas for the best and most widely beneficial projects for the furthering of our quality of life, health, and abilities for efficient medical care.
Daniel Bednarik's past experiences include a wide range of various positions within the broad field of biopharmaceutical research, albeit all very different positions which have allowed him to build a strong and diverse pool of knowledge from which he can draw from in order to better execute his day-to-day, and long term, duties within Intrexon. Daniel Bednarik's career is made so successful not only due to his over 29 years of experience working in biopharmaceutics, but also his deep-rooted interest, passion, and curiosity within the field. The study of biopharmaceuticals is truly his passion and interest, making his career extremely enjoyable and rewarding.
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