Evan Thoman is an Engineer II on the Process Development team at GentiBio. Evan attended Washington State University (Go Cougs!) where he received his B.S. in Bioengineering. Post-graduation, he started his career working at AGC Biologics in Bothell, WA working on upstream process development of preclinical and commercial biologics. He then joined Juno Therapeutics/Celgene/BMS where he worked with the Process Characterization team to deliver late stage process development to support commercialization of Breyanzi and other CAR-T cell therapies. Most recently Evan has been working on early process development and process transfer of CAR-T therapies at BMS. Evan lives north of Seattle in Everett close to his family and friends. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, recreational soccer, riding motorcycles, fishing, camping, watching horror movies, fantasy series and cooking shows.
Evan Thoman, BS