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Tom Galati

Tom Galati
Tom Galati, CEO and Laboratory Director, founded HSRL in February 1999 after receiving his education at George Mason University and James Madison University. He started the company to provide histology services to pharmaceuticals companies, government researchers and Contract Research Organizations. Mr. Galati expanded the company to include archiving services since 2005 and pathology services since 2006. Tom serves as General Manager and oversees the business operations of HSRL. He is also the Director of HSRL’s long term archives. His experience includes overseeing the processing of over 1,000 GLP studies at HSRL including toxicologic studies, neurotoxicity studies, reproductive toxicology studies, inhalation studies, sub-chronic and carcinogenicity studies. Tom attends several symposia each year including: Society of Toxicology, Society of Toxicologic Pathology, Society of Experimental Biology, Society of Quality Assurance, American College of Toxicology, National Society for Histotechnology and American College of Veterinary Pathologists.

Recent Posts

HSRL & Vet Path Services Merge!

Formation of company to meet growing demand for high-quality histopathology services in the research and pre-clinical therapeutics markets includes growth equity investment from Ampersand Capital Partners

Can You Assure High Quality Slide Production in Your Lab?

Creating slides is one of the most critical components of histology labs, but ensuring quality can sometimes slip if dealing with staff shortages

Driving Engagement Among Preclinical Research Investigators

The success of preclinical drug research often hinges upon investigator engagement.

Lab Vaults at 70 Degrees Every Day: Maintaining Proper Temperatures in Storage

Keeping proper temperatures for your lab materials has perhaps become challenging lately as you face continual budget cuts.

Pre-clinical Research and Fighting Breast Cancer: Outsourcing is the Answer

Breast cancer is one of the most insidious diseases in the world, and doing pre-clinical trials to find a cure are likely a major goal for your company.

We Won't Tell, But You Can...Why Confidentiality is so Important

As you work on a critical study in your lab, do you have safeguards in place to keep all scientific data private?

Use that Bubble Wrap, Send Your Studies to Us for Safe Storage

Storing study materials adds extensive overhead costs to any facility with blocks, slides, tissue, and more.

How Often Should You Revisit Your SOPs?

Standard Operating Procedures are mostly a best practices guide for labs. Despite this being true, how often do you go back and review your SOPs?

Why You Should Outsource Your Pathology Reports

Facing audits is a way of life for those of you managing a laboratory.

Success in Preclinical Outsourcing: CRO's Exceed Expertise

As a Study Director, you're perhaps starting to see some of the limitations in what your staff is able to accomplish, particularly with budget limitations.

Upcoming Events

Boston Area Pharmacology Toxicology Group (BAPTG)

April 25, 2019

Boston, MA

Society of Quality Assurance

April 29-May 1, 2019