Marc Glogovsky is currently managing the microbiology consulting division at ValSource, Inc. His career spans more than 25 years in the pharmaceutical industry, in various microbiology and management roles. In his current position, Marc focuses on development of contamination control strategies, implementation of rapid microbiological methods (RMMs), and establishing risk-based environmental monitoring programs.
He has been an active PDA member for over 20 years and is presently serving on the Board of Directors, both the Science and ATMP Advisory Boards and is the co-chair of the Microbiology/EM Interest Group. Marc is also co-chairing the Microbial Data Deviation Investigations conference and participating on the planning committee for PDA/FDA and Global Microbiology conferences. Additionally, Marc has chaired several Technical Reports and Points to Consider publications and is currently supporting multiple PDA global chapters.
In 2020, Marc was the recipient of the James P. Agalloco award for his efforts at PDA’s Training and Research Institute, and the 2023 Michael Korczynski Award for his work with PDA’s international chapters.
Marc earned his BS in Biology from Monmouth University and his MS in Microbiology & Molecular Genetics from Rutgers University.