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Dr. Charles H. Wick, Ph.D.
Short Biography: Dr. Charles H. Wick, Ph.D., is a research physical scientist with more than 28 years of technical and managerial experience within the Department of Defense and Private Industry. After obtaining four degrees from the University of Washington, Dr. Wick first practiced managerial and technical skills in the civilian sector from 1971-1983. This successful career resulted in several publications, international participation, a patent, and the application of basic research to industry.
Dr. Wick joined the Vulnerability/Lethality Division of the US Army Ballistic Research Laboratory in 1983 and won immediate acceptance as an organizer, principal investigator and team leader. A result of his efforts was the first effort to advance the modeling of sublethal chemical, nuclear and biological agents using fundamental knowledge. This was a major advancement. This work was incorporated into DOD, NATO, and other international applications and helped solve this important and pressing Army problem. Dr. Wick became an international authority on individual performance for operations conducted on an NBC battlefield during this period. Dr. Wick has given numerous briefings to many members with DOD, DoE, industry, and academia. Recent achievements include the invention of a filter-less biological protection system, and the basic research leading to the invention of the Integrated Virus Detection System (IVDS). This system is the first instrument of its kind and represents a fundamental breakthrough and major advance in virus analysis technology.
Dr. Wick served with distinction as a Chemical Corps Lieutenant Colonel (USAR) during a twenty-eight-year career including twelve years as a unit commander, six years as a staff officer (twice an ARCOM Staff Chemical Officer), deputy Program Director Biological Defense Systems and his last assignment before retirement on April 1, 1999 as commander, 485th CML BN.
Dr. Wick has more than forty-five publications, both government and open literature, and is recognized by his peers for his research and leadership skills having received numerous citations and awards, including two U.S. Army Achievement Medals for Civilian Service, the Commander’s Award for Civilian Service, the Technical Cooperation Achievement Award, and twenty-five other decorations and awards for his contributions to both the community and the nation.
Present Assignment: Team Leader, Point Detection Team, Principal Investigator and Research Physical Scientist, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC), U.S. Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command (SBCCOM)
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