Vice President, Geneuity Clinical Research Services
Dr. Neil Quigley has more than 20 years experience in molecular genetics research, is board certified in molecular diagnostics by the American Board of Bioanalysis and licensed by the State of Tennessee as a clinical laboratory director in molecular diagnostics. He is a member of the American Society for Microbiology, the American Society for Investigative Pathology and the Association for Molecular Pathology.
Before joining MPLN, Dr. Quigley was a research assistant professor of microbiology at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and director of the UT Molecular Biology Resource Facility. Dr. Quigley received his doctoral degree from the University of Auckland in New Zealand and completed post-doctoral training in Australia and at Washington State University.
Day SP, NB Quigley, DI Quigley, B Yen-Lieberman, M Olson. 2008. Analytical performance characteristics of the CE-marked Invader® HPV HR molecular assay. HPV in Human Pathology Congress. Prague, Czech Republic.
Henley DC and NB Quigley. 2007. Validation of a novel quantitative PCR test for the JAK2V617F mutation commonly associated with clonal myeloproliferative disease. SE Regional Group Meeting of the Association of Genetics Technologists. Knoxville, Tennessee.
Quigley NB, DC Henley, RA Hubbard. 2004. Characterization of a novel frame shift mutation in BCR-ABL transcripts. J Molec Diagn 6: 415-416.