Evan graduated from Lehigh University with degrees in Bioengineering and Finance. At UVA, he led characterization, development, and application of Lytos’ enzymatic technology as well as other novel biocides. Evan has previously led student teams in major projects for Lehigh Valley Health Network and Aesculap, providing experience in product development and commercialization.
Bryan Berger, Ph. D
Bryan is an associate professor of chemical engineering at the University of Virginia, and has multiple NSF awards and publications in area of protein engineering, design and scalable biomanufacturing of recombinant biologics and materials. He has been awarded the NSF ICORPS and NSF PFI grant to support Lytos Tech commercialization.
Mark Wozniak, Ph. D
Mark is an accomplished industry executive with over 20 years of experience in product development, formulation, manufacturing and registration in the food industry. In his role as VP of research and development at Sterilex, he was responsible for bringing multiple products to market as contact sanitizers and disinfectants. Mark leads Lytos in navigating the EPA registration process and bringing our product to market.