Kelly Scalva

  PhotoKelly holds a B.S. in Chemical and Biological Engineering from Colorado State University, and began her career with ChromaDex where she gained experience with multiple analytical methods employed for the analysis of oral solid dose FDA regulated therapeutics and vitamin supplements. She joined Hyde in 2011 where she was instrumental in helping Keith Bader, Director of Technology, set up Hyde’s new CORE Lab, Kelly lead the lab until she was promoted to Engineer II. In the CORE Lab she refined the procedures and methods employed for developmental cleaning studies. As a Technical Proposal Engineer, Kelly continues to use her engineering capabilities to ensure the technical accuracy, cost estimation, scheduling and compilation of proposals from each of Hyde’s domestic and international regions. Kelly is a member of the Young Professionals group with ISPE and delivered a novel presentation at the 2013 ISPE Annual Meeting entitled, “Visual Image Processing for Bench-Scale Cleaning Studies,” on the use of digital image processing for developmental cleaning studies. Kelly was also a coauthor of a recently published article in the Journal of Validation Technology “Translating Laboratory-Developed Visual Residues Limits to Process Area Applications” and has recently been selected to deliver a presentation at the 2014 ISPE Annual Meeting on that topic. She has also been co-published previously in the 2013 Pharmaceutical Technology article entitled “Ruggedness of Visible Residue Limits for Cleaning-Part III: Visible Residue Limits for Different Materials of Construction.”