At Dickson, we pride ourselves on being the compliance experts, especially when it comes to our services. That is why we have added a few new members to our elite team. Take some time to get to know our new validation engineers!
Dustin Park | Validation Engineer
Dustin attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he gained a Masters in Biomedical Engineering. He says, “My master's degree helps me in being diligent and hard-working, and my past experiences also help as they gave me exposure to medical device companies.”
When asked what drew him to Dickson, Dustin responded, “Dickson puts a focus on the end product being the best quality for customers and the culture of the company is definitely a plus!” As a diligent, self-motivated individual, he is most excited about the opportunity to learn and grow with many different exposures to pharmaceutical and medical device companies.
When Dustin is not on the job, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, Netflix binging, and rooting for the Lakers!
Adam Schuller | Validation Engineer
Adam also attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he studied Chemical Engineering. He was drawn to Dickson because of the opportunity it provides for growth and responsibility.
When asked about what he brings to Dickson he responded, “I previously worked for a company that specializes in validation and packaging. My primary role was being an engineering consultant for pharmaceutical companies. I also gained special skills in technical writing.”
Adam’s favorite part about being a member of the services team is being able to travel to customer sites and provide quality service. He is most excited about traveling, meeting new teammates, and increasing his role responsibilities.
In his free time, Adam enjoys swimming, exercising, attending concerts and petting his dog.
Isaac Gerke | Validation Engineer
Isaac earned his degree in Biomedical Engineering at Marquette University. While this is Isaac’s first service role, he is very excited to travel and have direct interaction with customers.
He expressed his interest in Dickson by stating, “My last position was at GE Healthcare, which has a huge corporate environment. I had heard from many people that smaller companies like Dickson have a much closer community and everyone I talked to during the interview process seemed to really like the company culture. I also love the idea of getting to travel for on-site customer visits as a part of the job.”
Isaac was the Excel expert in his past position and did a lot of VBA coding to automate various tasks. He is hoping to do more coding at Dickson in order to innovate and improve some processes for the team.
Outside of engineering, Isaac spends time as an environmental artist for a popular computer game. He also makes time to maintain his saltwater reef aquarium.