The Founders

Dr. Tina Catalone, Ph.D., PMP

Dr. Tina Catalone, Ph.D., PMP

Founder and President

Dr. Tina Catalone has a B.S. in Genetic Engineering from Cedar Crest College and a Ph.D. in Cell and Molecular Biology from Penn State College of Medicine. She completed her post-doctoral work at the Institute of Human Virology and also holds her Professional Project Management certification. Dr. Catalone has 20+ years in biotech research, teaching and leadership experience at academic universities and in the biopharmaceutical industry. She served as a professor at Drexel University College of Medicine and DeSales University, and is a currently a Research Professor at University of North Carolina Wilmington.  Dr. Catalone has successfully developed grant-funded programs in STEM enrichment for students of all ages, and she is a strong advocate for Workforce Development and Lifelong Learning programs.  Dr. Catalone is a mother of four active kids and enjoys volunteering in the community. Dr. Tina Catalone is passionate about developing innovative programs that support active learning, build student confidence, and foster early professional mentorships.

Dr. Bradley Catalone, MBA, Ph.D.

Dr. Bradley Catalone, MBA, Ph.D.

Vice President

Dr. Catalone has extensive educational training and earned a B.A. in Biology from Franklin and Marshall College, an M.A. in Biology from Villanova University, his M.B.A. from Penn State University and a Ph.D. in Microbiology and Immunology from Penn State College of Medicine.  Dr. Catalone has worked as a business and scientific leader for 20+ years within the global pharmaceutical and medical device industries, including Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Olympus Corporation of the Americas, Norvartis, and is currently serving as the Chief Science Officer at TSO3. Dr. Catalone is a father of four creative kids and can been seen volunteering around Wilmington with many of his children’s activities.  Dr. Brad Catalone is passionate about bringing safe and effective products to market that improve quality of life, and in training our next generation of STEM leaders.