About the Author
Dr. Sandle is a chartered biologist (Society for Biology) and holds a first-class honors degree in Applied Biology; a Masters degree in education; and has a doctorate from Keele University. Dr. Sandle has over two decades experience of designing, operating and reviewing a range of microbiological tests (including sterility testing, endotoxin LAL methodology, microbial enumeration, environmental monitoring, particle counting and water testing). As well as, Dr. Sandle is experienced in microbiological and quality batch review, microbiological investigation and policy development. This has been undertaken at major pharmaceutical companies and with organizations aligned to the United Kingdom National Health Service. Dr. Sandle is an honorary consultant with the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Manchester and is a tutor for the university’s pharmaceutical microbiology M.Sc course. As well as, Dr. Sandle serves on a few national and international committees in the case of pharmaceutical microbiology and cleanroom contamination keep an eye on (including the ISO cleanroom standards). He’s currently chairman of the Pharmaceutical Microbiology Interest Group (Pharmig) LAL action group and serves at the National Blood Service cleaning and disinfection committee. Dr. Sandle has written over one hundred book chapters, peer reviewed papers and technical articles in the case of microbiology. This includes co-editing the excellent book “Microbiology and Sterility Assurance in Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices”. Dr. Sandle has also delivered papers to over forty international conferences.