Ossello to focus on life science product development and production for Early Charm
August 18, 2021, Baltimore, MD – Early Charm, a company that creates, owns and operates ventures that convert science to revenue, today announced the hiring of Kate Ossello – a biochemist with academic training also in bioethics – as Lab Associate.
Ossello's focus in her new role will be on developing and producing DNA libraries and antibodies with Early Charm’s Drug Design portfolio of companies.
Ossello is a Montana native who received her BS in biochemistry from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. Ossello later moved to Baltimore where she’s completed a Master’s degree in Bioethics from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University.
Previous to joining Early Charm, Ossello was a Laboratory Associate with Ravgen Diagnostics with a focus on producing precise and accurate prenatal genetic test results via benchtop procedures such as PCR, Gel electrophoresis and genotyping.
Ossello also worked as a Research Assistant at Gonzaga University where she successfully designed and constructed an experimental apparatus to collect and identify pollutants from biomass combustion.
"We’re excited to have Kate join our Early Charm team and help us accelerate the growth of our Drug Design portfolio,” said Ken Malone, Executive Officer with Early Charm. “Kate’s focused research in clinical, prenatal genetic testing plus her broad experience in the lab makes her a much-needed addition to our growing team.”
About Early Charm:
Early Charm creates, owns and operates businesses that convert science into revenue. We are the management team, the operators and the entrepreneurs. We don’t write checks and just pop in for board meetings. We show up to our labs, our production facilities and our offices every day to do all the heavy lifting in our portfolio companies. Learn more: www.earlycharm.com