Our focus is on computerized biomedical research instruments that allow changes in skin structure and function to be monitored non-invasively. We are the American distributor for the full line of biomedical research instruments manufactured by Cortex Technology and work closely with other leading manufacturers such as Diastron, CuDerm, SciBase, IBS, etc. We have considerable expertise in biophysical measurements of the skin and can also custom design systems for special needs.
Although cyberDERM, inc. was formally incorporated in 1997, our group has nearly 30 years experience in working in close concert with numerous cosmetic and pharmaceutical firms and government regulatory agencies to develop methods for assessing the safety and efficacy of a wide variety of skin products. Indeed, many of the instrumental testing procedures that are currently being employed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of cosmetics and topically applied drugs were first developed while Dr. Grove was with Dr. Albert Kligman at Duhring Labs and IVY Laboratories from the mid 1970′s to the mid 1980′s. Dr. Grove was also a co-founder of K.G.L.'s Skin Study Center and was their Vice President of R&D for 20 years.
As President, Mary Jo is responsible for providing leadership to position the company, developing a strategic plan to advance the company’s mission and objectives and promoting revenue, profitability and growth as an organization. Mary Jo also oversees company operations to … Continue
As Vice President of Research and Development and Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Grove functions as the principal investigator and is responsible for protecting the rights and welfare of panelists, ensuring adherence to protocol requirements, and assuring the integrity of data … Continue
As Director of Clinical Studies, Dr. Zerweck functions as the co-investigator or director of sponsored projects. Along with the principal investigator, he has primary authority over the conduct of a project including protocol development and adherence, human subjects protection, personnel … Continue
As Vice President of Operations, Danielle is responsible for overseeing and supervising the staff that carry out clinical studies and ensuring that the company’s everyday activities run smoothly. Danielle is also the primary liaison between sponsors and our scientific staff. … Continue
As the Quality Assurance & Regulatory Affairs Manager, Trish is responsible for ensuring quality systems, procedures, and documentation are in compliance with applicable US and international standards and regulations. Trish reviews and provides input for both the Research Proposals and … Continue
As cyberDERM’s Technical Support Specialist, Jonn provides technical support for our custom made software and hardware. Jonn also functions as an in-house designer/fabricator, instrument technician and research scientist. While a full time employee at cyberDERM, Jonn obtained his associates degree … Continue
As cyberDERM’s Instrument Team Leader, Tim is responsible for assisting in the overall performance of clinical research trials with regards to instrumentation. He is proficient in the use of all of our clinical instrumentation and is responsible for ensuring that … Continue
As cyberDERM’s Treatment Team Leader Jen is responsible for product inventory, labeling, coding according to randomization, storage, distribution, accountability and disposal (return or destruction). She ensures that all study products are prepared and used appropriately according to the protocol. Before … Continue
As cyberDERM’s Recruitment Team Leader, Michelle is responsible for recruiting and scheduling panelists for upcoming studies based on their qualifications. Michelle manages the Recruitment Team to recruit all study panels based upon the protocol inclusion and exclusion criteria. In the … Continue
As a member of cyberDERM’s technical department Lee has knowledge of the Visual Basic .NET, PBasic, and C++ programming languages. Lee is able to create data management and recording software for use by the Research and Development team, as well … Continue
As Quality Assurance Assistant , Susan is responsible for assisting the Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs Manager in ensuring quality systems, procedures, and documentation are in compliance with applicable US and international standards and regulations. She must work within the … Continue
As a member of the Recruitment Team, AnnMarie is primarily responsible for recruiting panelists for upcoming studies based on their qualifications. AnnMarie is also a member of the Treatment Team, ensuring panelist treatments are performed in accordance with study guidelines. … Continue
As our primary receptionist Nyla is responsible for greeting panelists and sponsors upon their arrival and ensuring that all guests properly sign in for their visits. Nyla’s responsibilities include orchestrating the flow of a given study by directing all panelists … Continue
As cyberDERM’s Quality Assurance Assistant in Training, Chris is in-training to Assist the Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs Manager in ensuring quality systems, procedures, and documentation are in compliance with applicable US and international standards and regulations. She must work … Continue
Loretta Pratt MD is available as a cooperating dermatologist when needed.
Leon M. Mielcarek, Jr., MD, PC, FACS is available as a cooperating ophthalmologist when needed.