Megan joined the Eagle team in 2018, and she is also currently an instructor of PCCA’s Aseptic Technique Compounding Course. Previously, she served as the Quality and Regulatory Affairs Director at PCCA.
Her experience includes microbial identifications based on nucleic acid technology to include both Ribotyping and DNA Sequencing. Skilled in both aseptic and environmental microbiology, Megan has experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing, sterilization, pharmacy compounding and rapid microbiological methods.
Her formal education includes a Master’s Degree in Biotechnology and Chemical Sciences at Roosevelt University.
Publications by Megan J. Liotta
- Jeffrey, J. Koeller, J. Zdunek, R. Byrne, and R.A. Caputo, “Validation of an Enhanced Method of Bacterial Ribotyping for Improved Efficiency and Identification of Stressed Isolates.” Pharm. Technol. 28 (3), 156-165 (2004).
- AAPS Annual Conference: Stability Assessment of Bacterial Nucleic Acid Ribotyping, Baltimore, MD, November 9, 2004
- AAPS National Biotechnology Conference: Combination of Ribotyping and Genetic Sequencing for complete Genetic Profiling of all Microorganisms, Boston, MA, May 17, 2004
- Barnett International Rapid Methods: Validation of an Enhanced Method of Bacterial Ribotyping for Improved Efficiency and Identification of Stressed Isolates, Philadelphia, PA, January 29, 2004.