Product Performance Manager, Widefield, North America
Technology and Application Support Group – Life Science Division
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Louise joined Leica Microsystems in 2008 as Product Specialist Confocal. A year later Louise added the widefield systems; microscopes, cameras, software. She kept interfacing with customers, sales, applications specialists and field service engineers to deeply understand and provide extensive applications and products support. In 2012, Louise switched and took over the Digital Pathology. In 2014 she started to take over the stereomicroscope lines following by the upright microscope portfolio including laser microdissection and today, all the widefield products portfolio including THUNDER and MICA.
Before joining Leica, Louise was Instructor at the Department of Neurobiology & Anatomy at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA where she taught Medical Neuroscience, managed a core facility and did research on Brain mapping, 3D reconstruction and Image Processing. Louise studied Biochemistry and worked in Developmental Neuroscience, Spinal Cord injury and Neural mechanisms involving functional linking of motor Cortex at Laval University, Quebec, Canada.