History Goddard Labs, LLC was founded in December 2011 by Noel L.Goddard and her father, James E.Goddard. The LLC converted to a C-corporation in April 2014, now known as Goddard Labs, Inc.
Board of Directors
CEO - Noel L. Goddard, PhD
Noel L.Goddard, holds BS and MS degrees from Polytechnic University (now NYU Poly). She continued her graduate studies to complete a PhD in the physics and biology program at Rockefeller University. In 2004 Noel was accepted into the Society of Fellows at Harvard University. During her fellowship, Noel worked at the Bauer Center for Genomics and the Laboratory of George Church, Harvard Medical School.
In 2007, Noel became an assistant professor of physics at Hunter
College, a campus of the City University of New York. She developed
their undergraduate biophysics curriculum, and managed a research
laboratory, where she mentored graduate, undergraduate, and high school
researchers. In August 2013, she left Hunter College to devote her research
efforts towards Goddard Labs.
Allan S. Myerson is Professor of the Practice in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to his position at MIT he was the Philip Danforth Amour Professor of Engineering in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago where he served as Provost and Senior Vice President (January 2003 - June 2008) and Dean of Engineering and Science (January 2000 - January 2003).
Professor Myerson also served on the faculty at Polytechnic University (NY), Georgia Institute of Technology, and the University of Dayton. Professor Myerson was educated at Columbia University (BS) the University of Virginia (MS and Ph.D.). The Myerson research group focuses on separation processes in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry with an emphasis on crystallization from solution. Professor Myerson is a co-PI in the Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing at MIT. He has published 5 books including the Handbook of Industrial Crystallization, 158 papers, and is the inventor on 32 U.S. patents. Professor Myerson has consulted for over 100 companies worldwide and was honored in 2008 with the American Chemical Society Award in Separations Science and Technology.