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David L. Duewer

Dave is a chemical metrologist with particular expertise in chemometrics, experimental design, exploratory data analysis, graphical communications, interlaboratory comparisons, measurement uncertainty, and quality assurance/control. He is an advocate for R&D at interfaces of chemistry, biology, and measurement science. His current interests include better approaches to the: evaluation of chemical purity, demonstration of comparability among reference materials that nominally deliver the same measurands, and summarization of chemical data that have defined measurement uncertainties.

Professional Awards and Recognition

  • US DOC Gold Medal Award, 2008
  • CITAC Most Interesting/Important Papers on Metrology in Chemistry, 2007
  • JCTLM Recognition of Achievement, 2007
  • NIST Edward Bennett Rosa Award, 2003
  • US DOC Bronze Medal Award, 2002
  • W.J. Youden Award in Interlaboratory Testing, American Statistical, 2000

Membership and Professional Activities

  • Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI)
    -  Advisor, Evaluation Protocols Committee, 2006 – present
  • Joint Committee for Traceability in Laboratory Medicine (JCTLM) 
    -  Member, Quality Systems Team, 2003 - present
  • North American Chapter of the International Chemometrics Society (NAmICS)     
    -  Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief, 1990 – 1993
    -  Membership Secretary, 1993 – present


Created October 9, 2019