Eva Garland
Vice President of Research & Development, Agile Sciences

An expert in chemistry and surface science with an emphasis on the morphological and reactive properties of biologically relevant species on surfaces, Dr. Garland has been leading the research efforts at Agile Sciences focused on a new treatment attacking the biofilms that surround the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria protecting it from human immunological response. Dr. Garland received her PhD in atmospheric chemistry from Caltech and completed postdoctoral studies in the Department of Chemistry at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Dr. Garland has held faculty positions in Chemistry at Westridge School and at North Carolina State University.