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Leadership at Apollo Laboratories

 
ABrenna Martinez - General Supervisor at Apollo Pathology, LLC

General Supervisor, Brenna Martinez

 

Brenna joined Apollo Laboratories in 2016 as a Clinical Data Entry Specialist. She then moved on to become a High Complexity Testing Personnel for qualitative drug screen analysis. She was also responsible for training new technicians on the operation and maintenance of different analyzers in the laboratory. She underwent extensive training to become a certified operator of the Shimadzu LCMS/MS-8050. Brenna was made a lead technician in the laboratory and then promoted to General Supervisor and is now responsible for day-to-day oversight of high complexity test performance by qualified testing personnel.

Brenna received her Bachelor of Science in biology at Angelo State University in 2015.

 
ABrenna Martinez - General Supervisor at Apollo Pathology, LLC

Supervising Toxicologist, Marc W. McCain

 

Marc joined Apollo Laboratories at the beginning of 2018. He has extensive experience in a variety of laboratory environments. This includes everything from a very small privately owned lab to running 5 departments at the Dallas, TX location for one of the biggest laboratory chains. Mr. McCain has been recognized as an expert witness for drug and intoxicant cases in The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He is extensively experienced in a wide variety of analytic techniques including LC/MSMS, GC/MS, GC, LC, a variety of automated platforms and even the very old technique of Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC). He has been a Technical Supervisor for High Complexity testing in laboratories certified by SAMHSA, CAP and CLIA for over 25 years.

Marc received his Bachelor of Science in Forensic and Toxicological Chemistry from West Chester University of Pennsylvania too many years ago to remember (or admit to).