Research Project Coordinator - Physics Department Staff
Rutgers University - School of Art and Sciences - Newark
Mark DeGuzman currently works as the Research Project Coordinator for Dr. Daniel Murnick's Research Labs and is one of the main researchers for the IntraCavity OptoGalvanic System (ICOGS) a highly sensitive laser-based system to measure isotopic Carbon-14 in microgram gas samples from Pharmaceutical or Environmental Monitoring industries. Mark is also deeply involved in the Rutgers entrepreneurial ecosystem and has participated in the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps Program in Washington, DC as the Entrepreneurial Lead. In this role he was part of a team tasked with determining the feasibility of creating a startup company around the NSF-funded university technology developed from the ICOGS research project. Mark currently coordinates the Rutgers I-Corps Site to help bring the I-Corps experience to Rutgers University STEM-Entrepreneurs. Mark is an MBA graduate of the Rutgers Business School and holds a BA degree from the Rutgers University, College of Engineering in Materials Science Engineering.