Mr. Reddy gained his Honours degree in Applied Chemistry from Sheffield Hallam University in 1993 and then worked in the contract research industry for over 14 years. Mr. Reddy is primarily an experienced regulatory project manager and has supervised the complex testing and regulatory programmes undertaken on industrial chemicals and biocides. In addition, Mr. Reddy specializes in the worldwide notification of new chemical substances and has particular experience of the Japanese and Chinese regulatory schemes.
Prior to joining Exponent, Mr. Reddy initially worked for 4 years within the registration department of a leading UK-based contract research organisation, before helping to set up and then eventually head the Project Management Department. In this role, he was responsible for providing regulatory advice both in-house and to clients, tracking timelines and budgets, as well as co-coordinating all activities related to these projects to ensure successful completion. Mr. Reddy has many years experience in being the focal point for projects, ensuring effective lines of communication between the client and the technical experts are maintained.
Mr. Reddy manages Exponent’s Derby office, which specializes in the EU REACH Regulations, as well as the notification of industrial chemicals worldwide. He is responsible for the management of these projects and study placement particularly for complex projects.
CREDENTIALS & PROFESSIONAL HONORS
- B.Sc., (Hons), Applied Chemistry, Sheffield Hallam University, UK, 1993
Reddy J. Testing and notification of shale oil chemicals. Presentation to Estonian chemical industry, Kohtla-Jarve, Estonia, February 2005.
Reddy J. Testing and notification of shale oil chemicals. Presentation to the Estonian government, Tallinn, Estonia, March 2005.
Head of Project Management, Contract Research Organisation, 2002–2008
Deputy Head of Project Management, Contract Research Organisation, 2000–2002
Senior Project Co-coordinator, Contract Research Organization, 1997–2000
Project Co-coordinator, Contract Research Organization, 1994–1997
Technical Support Chemist, Genzyme Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals, 1991–1992
Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry
EU-funded project for notification of shale oil chemicals. This formed part of the Accession Treaty when Estonia joined the EU in May 2004.