Thomas John Mozer

from Warrenville, IL
Age ~73

Thomas Mozer Phones & Addresses

  • 30W019 Spruce Ct, Warrenville, IL 60555
  • Bayside, WI
  • 453 Union Rd, Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-1081
  • Madison, WI
  • Naperville, IL
  • Eugene, OR
  • Oregon, WI
  • Dane, WI


Company: Paradocs, inc 2001 Position: President


School / High School: Washington University 1977 Specialities: Molecular Biology



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Thomas Mozer Warrenville, IL

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Paradocs, Inc

2001 to 2000

Paradocs, Inc

Oct 2010 to Apr 2013

Paradocs, Inc

2004 to 2009

Promega Corporation

1995 to 2001
Director Human Identification Systems

Promega Corporation

1996 to 2000
Business Leader

Molecular Probes, Inc

1993 to 1994
Director of Biosciences

Vysis Corporation

1988 to 1993
Founder and Business Leader

Biosciences and Bioinformatics, Amoco Technology Company

1985 to 1989

Amoco Technology Company

1983 to 1988
Director, Biosciences Research and Development

Monsanto Company

1980 to 1983
Research Scientist, Plant Molecular Biology

Washington University
1977 to 1980
Molecular Biology

University of Minnesota
Ph.D. in Biochemistry

University of Montana
B.A. in Chemistry

business education

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Thomas J. Mozer
Nash Kensey Corporation
Mfg Adhesives/Sealants · Manufacturing Surgical/Medical Instruments · Mfg Surgical/Medical Instruments
735 Pennsylvania Dr, Exton, PA 19341
505 S Rosa Rd, Madison, WI 53719
(484) 713-2100
Thomas J. Mozer
Aurora Spectral Technologies LLC
Research · Medical Laboratory
9100 N White Oaks Ln #229, Bayside, WI 53217
9100 N White Oak Ln, Milwaukee, WI 53217
Thomas J. Mozer
Paradocs, Inc
453 Un Rd, Brooklyn, WI 53521


Us Patents

High Speed Microscope With Two-Stage Scanning For Detection Of Rarities In Samples

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US Patent:
20120257037, Oct 11, 2012
Apr 5, 2012
Appl. No.:
Valerica Raicu - Shorewood WI, US
Thomas John Mozer - Bayside WI, US
Uwe Richard Muller - Alachua FL, US
International Classification:
H04N 7/18
G06K 9/00
US Classification:
348 79, 382133, 348E07085
A system and method of implementing a two-stage scanning technique with a high-speed microscope. The microscope is operable to provide spectrally resolved, multi-dimensional images from a single scan of a sample. The microscope may include one of a multi-beam point scanning microscope, a single beam line scanning microscope, and a multi-beam line scanning microscope. The sample is first tagged such that, if the sample has a particular makeup, it emits energy at particular wavelengths upon receiving excitation beams. The microscope is used to perform a first, wide area scan. If the sample is determined to have emitted energy having particular characteristics, the microscope performs a second, focused scan of the area that emitted the energy having the particular characteristics. The two-stage scanning technique is automated and may be used to quickly identify rare cells, microbes, viruses, and other components within one or more samples.
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