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Des O'Grady

  • PhD
  • Team Leader: Particle Characterization
  • Mettler Toledo AutoChem
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  • 432CitationsNumber of citations received by Des's publications. Updated daily.

Recent publications

  • Assessment of recent process analytical technology (PAT) trends: A multiauthor review

    • Simon L
    • Pataki H
    • Marosi G
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    151Citations
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  • Modification of crystal shape through deep temperature cycling

    • Jiang M
    • Zhu X
    • Molaro M
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    33Citations
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Professional experience

Team Leader: Particle Characterization

Mettler Toledo AutoChem

January 2009 - Present

Education

PhD

University College Dublin

January 2002 - June 2006(4 years)

About

Dr. Des O’Grady leads METTLER TOLEDO’s in process particle characterization group in North America. He has been with METTLER TOLEDO for 5 years and has extensive experience working with scientists and engineers in a range of industries on their particle characterization projects. He has supported the pharmaceutical, chemical and petrochemical industries in Europe, Asia and Latin America and is currently based in New York where he supports North East America, Canada, Puerto Rico and Brazil. Des graduated from the School of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at University College Dublin, Ireland with a B.E. in Chemical Engineering in 2002. He completed his PhD at the same school in 2006.His PhD thesis, entitled “Multi-Scale Characterization of Anti-solvent Crystallization”, focused on the use of in situ particle characterization technologies and novel modeling approaches to design, characterize and scale-up anti-solvent crystallization. Des is a recognized expert in the world-wide crystallization and particle science communities. He is a regular contributor at international conferences and is a regularly published author on these and other topics.

Co-authors (84)