Mark Paskanik Featured in Laboratory Design
Feb 18, 2016
Mark Paskanik’s article “Bring your Satellite Vivarium Out of Orbit,” was recently featured in Laboratory Design.
Originally featured in ALN Magazine in December 2015, “Bring your Satellite Vivarium Out of Orbit” was co-authored with Dr. Craig Fletcher discusses the opportunity to keep facilities cost effective and flexible when it comes to a new or renovated vivarium. Balance these variables with meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Guide, and a satellite vivarium can remain grounded and out of orbit.
Mark Paskanik is a licensed architect/laboratory planner with nearly 20 years of experience programming, planning and designing research facilities worldwide. Mark focuses on tested planning principles and is a peer reviewer for the National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Craig Fletcher is a Diplomate in the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (DACLAM) with nearly 20 years experience in managing animal research programs. As Attending Veterinarian, Director of Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine and Assistant Dean for Animal Research Resources, he provides oversight of the laboratory animal program at the UNC at Chapel Hill. He is a peer reviewer for the National Institutes of Health.