Berkeley W. Cue, Jr., Ph.D.
Dr. Cue consults for pharmaceutical and technology companies through BWC Pharma Consulting, LLC. While he was at Pfizer he was responsible for Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Groton, Connecticut R&D center. He was a member of the site leadership team and the Global Pharmaceutical Sciences Executive Team. He created and led Pfizer's worldwide green chemistry efforts until he retired, after almost 29 years. Today, he is the chair of the governing board of the ACS Green Chemistry Institute, where he helped found and lead their Pharmaceutical Roundtable. He also is an advisor and founding member of the Green Chemistry and Commerce Council (GC3). He has given over 100 presentations on green chemistry and sustainability, published nearly two dozen peer reviewed articles and holds almost twenty patents. With Professor We Zhang at UMass-Boston he is editing a green chemistry text, “Green Chemistry Strategy and Tactics for Medicinal Chemistry, to be published by Wiley in 2012. At U Mass-Boston he is an adjunct professor in the chemistry department, a member of advisory boards for their College of Science and Mathematics and their Center for Sustainable Enterprise and Regional Competiveness (SERC). In 2011 he was appointed a Fellow of the American Chemical Society and received a Green Chemistry Champions Award from the GC3. He is a member of the AAPS, ACS, AIChE, ISPE and New England Association of Chemistry Teachers (NEACT).
1 current as of July 2011