Dr. Mildred Donlon manages research programs developing advanced chemical and biological detectors for battlefield, counter proliferation, and intelligence applications.
Donlon received her Master of Science in radiation biology and biophysics and her doctorate in microbiology and immunology from the University of Rochester.
She has been serving the Department of Defense in the development of nuclear, chemical and biological technology since 1973. In April 1992, she was presented the Defense Nuclear Agency's highest civilian award, the Exceptional Civilian Service Medal, for her contributions to DSWA.
Among her contributions to the Department of Defense: Chairperson for the Legislative and Implementation Subpanels OSD Laboratory Demonstration Program, Defense Management Review (1991-1993); Chairperson of the Non-proliferation and Arms Control Technology Working Group (TWG) (Chemical Weapons Focus Group) (1995-1996); and, Member, American Society for Microbiology; Task Force on Biological Weapons (1996-present).
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