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John P. Holdren Ph.D.
Teresa and John Heinz Professor of Environmental Policy
Co-Director of Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program
Harvard University
Former Assistant to the President for Science and Technology and Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Plant, A. L., Locascio, L. E., May, W. E., Gallagher, P. D., “Improved Reproducibility by Assuring Confidence in Measurements in Biomedical Research” Nature Methods Commentary, 11(9) (Sep – 2014). In Press.

W. E. May, J. Hunter-Cevera, "Conference Report: Accelerating Innovation in 21st Century Biosciences: Identifying the Measurement, Standards, and Technological Challenges" Special Publication (NIST SP) 1097, 98 pp., (01-Dec-2009)

W. E. May, R. R. Cavanagh, D. L. Poster, M. D. Amos, "Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory (CSTL) 2009 Annual Report" NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR), 114 pp., (17-Nov-2009)

W. E. May, M. D. Amos, J. Pellegrino, "Measurement Challenges to Innovation in the Biosciences: Critical Roles for NIST" OTHER 903034, (01-Jun-2009)

May, W.E., “Part B Measurement Methods for Composition and Structure,” in: Springer Handbook of Materials and Measurement Methods, Czichos, H., Saito, T., and Smith, L. (eds.), Springer Verlag GmbH and Co., Heidelberg, Germany, pgs. 103-138 (2006)

Jackson, C.M., Wielgosz, R.I., and May, W.E., “An International Effort to Achieve Comparability of Test Results,” IVD Technology Commentary, 12(2), 24-25 (2006)

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