New regulatory consultant to support RadTech and PAMA 

Dr. Gregory Pace

RadTech, the non-profit trade association for ultraviolet (UV) and electron beam (EB) technologies has hired Dr. Gregory Pace, an analytical scientist with broad experience in global regulatory affairs, analytical laboratory services and operations, food packaging materials testing, and product stewardship. Pace will assist with member regulatory needs and also work with members of the Photopolymer Additive Manufacturing Alliance (PAMA), a RadTech collaboration with the National Institutes of Standards and Technology.

“With the growing demands of regulatory compliance, we are pleased to welcome Greg as part of our team,” said Michael Gould, president of RadTech and technical key account manager, RAHN USA. “We look forward to engaging Greg’s experience with our membership as we work to better address regulations, and also educate regulators about our technologies.”

During his 30+ year career in industry, the public sector, academia, and consulting, Pace has held scientific, corporate, and divisional scientific and management positions in global regulatory affairs, product stewardship, analytical chemical and polymer characterization, product quality assurance, and packaging ink R&D.