As a registered architect, Judy Quasney has held positions in both the private sector and the federal civil service; as a consulting architect and now as an owner. She is well versed in the challenges of addressing workplace needs associated with the evolving biomedical research workplace, particularly regarding computational science expansion and effects on research facilities.
Since 1992, Judy has been with the National Institutes of Health and lead various efforts associated with biomedical laboratory, clinical, office and computational science facilities for NIH.
In 2006, Judy was invited to become the Director of the Office of Workplace Solutions within one of the prominent scientific institutes of NIH, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. In this position, Judy’s duties expanded to include strategic vision and direction setting for the biomedical research environments of the future; while sustaining cost effective operations, and appealing to the changing demographics of the federal workplace at NIH.
Currently, Judy is a member of the NIAID executive leadership team addressing science management and operations in a global setting; and in this capacity provides consultation to NIAID science executives on a wide variety of topics related to the federal biomedical research built environment.