Doreen Heath

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4331 Chesapeake Drive Charlotte NC 27216

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  • MS in Polymer Chemistry from NC State University
  • BS in Chemistry and Biology from the University of North Carolina Greensboro


  • Over 25 years of experience in a wide variety of industries including agricultural, pharmaceuticals, textiles and medical research.
  • Previous employers include Syngenta Crop Protection, Roche Pharma, Medical University of SC, and Standard Colors/Classic Dyestuffs.


  • Highly diversified experience includes 8 years’ experience in the Formulation and Development as well as stewardship of agricultural crop protection products,
  • 10 years’ experience in Pharmaceutical Synthetic Process Development/Medicinal Chemistry
  • 8 years’ experience in Polymer Chemistry involving new product development, quality control and customer technical support for textile dye and pigment products and auxiliary chemical manufacture as well as large scale application support.
  • Expertise in Seedcare products, Microencapsulation, Herbicide and Lawn and Garden product lines.
  • Experienced in the use of standard analytical instrumentation (including NMR, HPLC, GC, MS, prep-HPLC, UV/VIS, IR, DSC, TGA and DMA) as well as Process Analytical Technology (Lasentec FBRM and ReactIR, etc).
  • Extensive experience with physical property characterization tools (Rheology, Microscopy, Color Spectrophotometer and Particle Size Analyzers) 



  1. Zinc EDTA Micronutrient in Rice Seed Treatment Compositions

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  1. Pesticide Compositions for Improvements in Drying and Plantability of Seed Treatments

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  1. Polymorphs of an mGluR5 receptor antagonist


  1. Synthesis, NMR characterization and divergent biological actions of 2’-hydroxy-ceramide/dihydrocerimide stereoisomers in MCF7 cells