Teledyne ISCO Welcomes New Applications Chemist to Nebraska Office



Teledyne ISCO welcomes Dylan Cavey as an applications chemist in the chromatography division.

Before joining Teledyne ISCO, Dylan was a biochemist at a Lincoln biotechnology company, focusing on DNA and RNA isolations. At ISCO, he works with customers to help them apply chemistry related to chromatography and the company's line of chromatography instruments. “I was excited to join ISCO because I was looking to move more into the instrumentation side of chemistry," Dylan said. “I enjoy the challenge of troubleshooting chromatograms."

Dylan was introduced to chromatography while earning his bachelor's degree in biochemistry at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colo. He was born and raised in Centennial, Colo., and moved to Lincoln in 2020. He is a long-distance runner and is training for the Lincoln Marathon for the second year. He also likes to spend time with his two dogs, Arlo and Bean.

“We're excited to have Dylan join our team at Teledyne ISCO," said Joshua Lovell, product line manager for Teledyne ISCO Pharma R&D Products. “His personality, strong qualifications and a shared desire to understand and solve customer problems will make him a great asset to our chromatography clients around the world."​