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Anthony M Ford

age ~46

from Tucson, AZ

Also known as:
  • Anthony Marcus Ford
  • Anthony Ford
  • Tony Ford

Anthony Ford Phones & Addresses

  • Tucson, AZ
  • Hartwell, GA
  • Mount Pleasant, MI
  • Newberry, MI
  • 12080 E 8Th St, Tucson, AZ 85748

Work

  • Company:
    Schnucks
  • Position:
    Pharmacy tech

Education

  • School / High School:
    Affton High School
    May 2010
  • Specialities:
    High School Diploma in General studies

Us Patents

  • System And Method Of Aspirating And Dispensing Reagent

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  • US Patent:
    6405609, Jun 18, 2002
  • Filed:
    Feb 26, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    09/259238
  • Inventors:
    William Richards - Tucson AZ
    Anthony Ford - Tucson AZ
    Vince Rizzo - Tucson AZ
    Darin McDaniel - Tucson AZ
    Kurt Reinhardt - Tucson AZ
  • Assignee:
    Ventana Medical Systems, Inc. - Tucson AZ
  • International Classification:
    B01L 302
  • US Classification:
    7386414, 422 99, 422100, 73863, 73864, 7386401, 7386412, 436179, 436180
  • Abstract:
    Apparatus and methods for aspirating and dispensing reagents are provided. Aspirating of reagents is accomplished by a probe, a vial insert and reagent vial according to the present invention wherein a seal is formed between the probe and the vial insert when the probe engages the vial insert. Dispensing of reagents is accomplished by a probe and a probe dispense and wash station according to the present invention wherein a seal is formed between the probe and the vial insert when the probe engages the probe dispense and wash station.
  • Quick-Release Connector For Fiberoptic Cables

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  • US Patent:
    5960140, Sep 28, 1999
  • Filed:
    Feb 28, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/807718
  • Inventors:
    Charles H. Caplan - Tucson AZ
    Frederick N. Bushroe - Tucson AZ
    Anthony R. Ford - Tucson AZ
  • Assignee:
    Surgical Acuity, Inc. - Madison WI
  • International Classification:
    G02B 636
  • US Classification:
    385 87
  • Abstract:
    A connector for removably attaching fiberoptic cables to light-transmitting implements such as translucent probes and projection optics is shown and described. A tube is provided with a sleeve which may be fit over the tube. With the sleeve partially fit over the tube, the cable may be inserted in one end of the tube and the implement in the other end. When the sleeve is then pulled or threaded more fully over the tube, tongues provided on the tube move into engagement with the implement and fingers on the tube are locked in place against the cable.
  • Method And Apparatus For Rinsing A Microscope Slide

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  • US Patent:
    6093574, Jul 25, 2000
  • Filed:
    Aug 11, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/909335
  • Inventors:
    Anthony Ford - Tucson AZ
    Bronwen Heilman - Tucson AZ
    Darin McDaniel - Tucson AZ
    Brian McGraw - Tucson AZ
    Stephen Mead - Tucson AZ
    William Richards - Tucson AZ
    Wayne Showalter - Tucson AZ
  • Assignee:
    Ventana Medical Systems - Tucson AZ
  • International Classification:
    G01N 130
  • US Classification:
    436180
  • Abstract:
    A method and apparatus for an automated biological reaction system is provided. In the processing of a biological reaction system, there is a need for consistently placing an amount of liquid on a slide. In order to accomplish this, several methods are used including a consistency pulse and a volume adjust means. Moreover, in order to reliably operate an automated biological reaction system, the dispenser must be reliable, easy to assemble and accurate. Among other things, in order to accomplish this, the dispense chamber is substantially in line with the reservoir chamber, the reservoir chamber piston is removed, and the flow of liquid through the dispenser is simplified. Further, in order to operate the automated biological reaction system more reliably, the system is designed in modular pieces with higher functions performed by a host device and the execution of the staining operations performed by remote devices. Also, to reliably catalog data which is used by the automated biological reaction system, data is loaded to a memory device, which in turn is used by the operator to update the operator's databases. The generation of the sequence of steps for the automated biological reaction device based on data loaded by the operator, including checks to determine the ability to complete the run, is provided.
  • Fluid Dispenser

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  • US Patent:
    6192945, Feb 27, 2001
  • Filed:
    Jan 14, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    9/483606
  • Inventors:
    Anthony Ford - Tucson AZ
    Darin McDaniel - Tucson AZ
    Stephen Mead - Tucson AZ
    William Richards - Tucson AZ
    Wayne Showalter - Tucson AZ
    Bronwen Heilman - Tucson AZ
    Brian McGraw - Tucson AZ
  • Assignee:
    Ventana Medical Systems, Inc. - Tucson AZ
  • International Classification:
    B67D 506
  • US Classification:
    141 2
  • Abstract:
    A method and apparatus for an automated biological reaction system is provided. In the processing of a biological reaction system, there is a need for consistently placing an amount of fluid on a slide. In order to accomplish this, several methods are used including a consistency pulse and a volume adjust means. Moreover, in order to reliably operate an automated biological reaction system, the dispenser must be reliable, easy to assemble and accurate. Among other things, in order to accomplish this, the dispense chamber is substantially in line with the reservoir chamber, the reservoir chamber piston is removed, and the flow of fluid through the dispenser is simplified. Further, in order to operate the automated biological reaction system more reliably, the system is designed in modular pieces with higher functions performed by a host device and the execution of the staining operations performed by remote devices. Also, to reliably catalog data which is used by the automated biological reaction system, data is loaded to a memory device, which in turn is used by the operator to update the operator's databases. The generation of the sequence of steps for the automated biological reaction device based on data loaded by the operator, including checks to determine the ability to complete the run, is provided.
  • Fluid Dispenser

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  • US Patent:
    6045759, Apr 4, 2000
  • Filed:
    Dec 19, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
    8/995052
  • Inventors:
    Anthony Ford - Tucson AZ
    Darin McDaniel - Tucson AZ
    Stephen Mead - Tucson AZ
    William Richards - Tucson AZ
    Bronwen Heilman - Tucson AZ
  • Assignee:
    Ventana Medical Systems - Tucson AZ
  • International Classification:
    G01N 3510
  • US Classification:
    422103
  • Abstract:
    A method and apparatus for an automated biological reaction system is provided. In the processing of a biological reaction system, there is a need for consistently placing an amount of fluid on a slide. In order to accomplish this, several methods are used including a consistency pulse and a volume adjust means. Moreover, in order to reliably operate an automated biological reaction system, the dispenser must be reliable, easy to assemble and accurate. Among other things, in order to accomplish this, the dispense chamber is substantially in line with the reservoir chamber, the reservoir chamber piston is removed, and the flow of fluid through the dispenser is simplified. Further, in order to operate the automated biological reaction system more reliably, the system is designed in modular pieces with higher functions performed by a host device and the execution of the staining operations performed by remote devices. Also, to reliably catalog data which is used by the automated biological reaction system, data is loaded to a memory device, which in turn is used by the operator to update the operator's databases. The generation of the sequence of steps for the automated biological reaction device based on data loaded by the operator, including checks to determine the ability to complete the run, is provided.
  • Matrix Of Valves

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  • US Patent:
    5203368, Apr 20, 1993
  • Filed:
    Jul 29, 1992
  • Appl. No.:
    7/922036
  • Inventors:
    Leon E. Barstow - Tucson AZ
    Anthony R. Ford - Tucson AZ
    Terry D. Long - Tucson AZ
    Glen D. Ward - Tucson AZ
  • Assignee:
    Protein Technologies Inc. - Tucson AZ
  • International Classification:
    F16K 1122
    F16K 31126
  • US Classification:
    137240
  • Abstract:
    A matrix of valves being formed using a sandwich of three layers with a pliable membrane interposed between two of the layers. Supply channels and delivery channels are created through etching, routing, or other such means on the middle layer. Each supply channel communicates with all of the delivery channels via a valve location which is opened or closed by pneumatic pressure on the pliable membrane. Movement of the pliable membrane is affected through suction or pressure as communicated via holes in the overlying layer. In this manner, selected supply and delivery lines are connected by appropriate suction being placed on the membrane. Selected valves are simultaneously opened to provide parallel operations.
  • Apparatus And Process For Conducting Combinational Chemical Syntheses

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  • US Patent:
    5980839, Nov 9, 1999
  • Filed:
    Feb 11, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/022047
  • Inventors:
    Milan Bier - Tucson AZ
    German Eduardo Fuentes - Tucson AZ
    Rodolfo Bacheleir Marquez - Tucson AZ
    Anthony Ralph Ford - Tucson AZ
  • Assignee:
    Protein Technologies, Inc. - Tucson AZ
  • International Classification:
    B01J 808
  • US Classification:
    422209
  • Abstract:
    The objective of combinatorial chemical synthesis is the preparation of a very large number of different molecular entities by a randomized process of sequential chemical syntheses. The present invention provides a combinatorial vessel comprising a reaction region and a mixing region, adjacent to each other, which can be used to practice combinatorial chemical synthesis. The reaction region comprises a plurality of reaction cavities, in which a plurality of different chemical reactions may be performed simultaneously on resin beads. The resin beads are then transferred to the mixing region and mixed into a single group. Then, the resin beads are transferred into the reaction cavities. The process of performing reactions, transferring to the mixing region, mixing, and transferring to the reaction region can be repeated multiple times to obtain a large number of resin beads, each of which has been exposed to a series of reactions different from most of the other resin beads.
  • Quick Release Connector For Fiberoptic Cables

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  • US Patent:
    6106159, Aug 22, 2000
  • Filed:
    Mar 30, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/281036
  • Inventors:
    Charles H. Caplan - Tucson AZ
    Frederick N. Bushroe - Tucson AZ
    Anthony R. Ford - Tucson AZ
  • Assignee:
    Surgical Acuity, Inc. - Madison WI
  • International Classification:
    G02B 636
  • US Classification:
    385 87
  • Abstract:
    A connector for removably attaching fiberoptic cables to light-transmitting implements such as translucent probes and projection optics is shown and described. A tube is provided with a sleeve which may be fit over the tube. With the sleeve partially fit over the tube, the cable may be inserted in one end of the tube and the implement in the other end. When the sleeve is then pulled or threaded more fully over the tube, tongues provided on the tube move into engagement with the implement and fingers on the tube are locked in place against the cable.

Medicine Doctors

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Anthony S. Ford

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Specialties:
Emergency Medicine
Work:
Carrolton Emergency Physicians
601 Dallas Hwy, Villa Rica, GA 30180
(800)2250953 (phone), (405)7927322 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
University of California, Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine
Graduated: 1993
Languages:
English
Description:
Dr. Ford graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine in 1993. He works in Villa Rica, GA and specializes in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Ford is affiliated with Tanner Medical Center Carrollton and Tanner Medical Center Villa Rica.
Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Anthony Ford
Founder
Anthony M. Ford
Noncommercial Research Organizations
1630 N Stewart Ave, Tucson, AZ 85715
Anthony W. Ford
Director
Mt. Gilead Missionary Baptist Church, Inc. Houston, Texas
Anthony Paul Ford
Managing
Anthony Ford Photography LLC
Anthony Ford
CUFFLINKS MEDIA LLC
12080 E 8 St, Tucson, AZ 85748
Anthony Ford
FEDORA MANAGEMENT LLC
12080 E 8 St, Tucson, AZ 85748
Anthony Ford
RAINMAKER MEDIA LLC
12080 E 8 St, Tucson, AZ 85748
Anthony Ford
ECR TRUCKING, LLC
Anthony David Ford
ONE ACCORD COMMUNITY CHURCH

Resumes

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Research Assistant At University Of Texas At Brownsville

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Position:
Research Assistant at University of Texas at Brownsville
Location:
Brownsville, Texas
Industry:
Research
Work:
University of Texas at Brownsville since Aug 2008
Research Assistant

Arecibo Radio Observatory Jun 2012 - Jul 2012
Visiting Student Researcher

National Radio Astronomy Observatory Jun 2010 - Jul 2010
REU Student

Pulsar Search Collaboratory - Green Bank Radio Observatory Jul 2008 - Jul 2008
Student Instructor
Education:
University of Texas at Brownsville 2008 - 2013
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Physics and Astronomy
Skills:
Python
Web Development
Radio Astronomy
Amateur Radio Operator
Amateur Photographer
Programming
PHP
SQLAlchemy
Flask
Git
Arduino
C++
Linux
LaTeX
REST
HTML 5
Fast Learner
CSS
A+ Certified
Electronics
SMT
Digital Electronics
Interests:
Radio Astronomy, Python development, Web Programming, Sci-Fi books, Jet Skiing
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Sr Computer Support Analyst

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Position:
Sr Computer Support Analyst at Savannah River Nuclear Solutions
Location:
West Columbia, South Carolina
Industry:
Information Technology and Services
Work:
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions - Aiken, South Carolina since Feb 2011
Sr Computer Support Analyst

NCR Corporation Mar 2004 - Aug 2010
Technical Support Specialist
Education:
Midlands Technical College 2001 - 2003
Associate, Information System Technology
Interests:
Sports, Technology, communication with people
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Ups Driver, Logistics

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Position:
Driver at UPS Supply Chain Solutions
Location:
Parsippany, New Jersey
Industry:
Logistics and Supply Chain
Work:
UPS Supply Chain Solutions - Parsippany since Nov 2011
Driver

UPS Apr 2006 - Nov 2011
International Trade Specialist
Education:
Beacon Highschool
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Anthony Ford St. Louis, MO

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Work:
Schnucks

Pharmacy Tech
Education:
Affton High School
May 2010
High School Diploma in General studies
Forest park community college
General studies
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Anthony Ford

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Location:
United States
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Anthony Ford

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United States
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Anthony Ford

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United States
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United States

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Anthony Ford

Work:
University of Texas at Brownsville - Research Assistant (2007)
Education:
University of Texas at Brownsville - Physics and Astronomy
About:
  I am an Honors Physics Major at the University of Texas at Brownsville, studying Pulsar Astronomy. I am the script-monkey for the program I work for, the Arecibo Remote Command Center (see link)
Tagline:
A Physics major with an interest in radio astronomy, pulsars, and electronics
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Anthony Ford

Work:
IBM Global Services - Consultant (2011)
Education:
Georgetown University - Marketing/Management
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Anthony Ford

Work:
MyInvestmentDeals - Investor
Education:
University of Houston
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Anthony Ford

Work:
Arizona Toy Train Repair - Owner (10)
About:
Expert repair of all Lionel prewar and postwar trains and accessories.
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Anthony Ford

Work:
University Montana - Student (2011)
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Anthony Ford

Education:
Ladywood comprehensive - Art
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Anthony Ford

Work:
SELF EMPLOYED - INTERNET MARKETER
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Anthony Ford

Tagline:
It is better to travel well than to arrive.

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