Support (HR, Finance, Marketing)2018-10-29T15:10:57+00:00

Jan Rybnicky, B.Sc

Human Relations & Office Manager

  • Started in February of 2007

  • Supported opening of Argenta Research in 2009

  • Helped to open AML Riverside in 2014

  • Became US Payroll Officer in 2014

  • Additionally, became HR Manager in 2017

Fun Fact:

  • Taught Ropes Course at a Day Camp

My Inspiration as Part of the Team:

  • The commitment that we all share for the care and excellent health of our furry family members

James Cronan, B.Sc

Finance Associate

  • Graduated from Rutgers in 2016 in Environmental and Business Economics

  • Started at AlcheraBio in June 2016

  • Handle client and investigator invoicing

  • Manage expense and expense reports on a monthly basis

  • Help gather all the data to report to parent company

Fun Fact:

  • Huge history buff especially the two World Wars

My Inspiration as Part of the Team:

  • Knowing that the company helps improve the lives of animals and owners

Melissa Iorio, B.Sc

Associate Marketing Manager

  • Graduated from Rutgers University with a B.Sc in Animal Science (Conc. Equine Science), a minor in music and a certification in Recording Arts

  • Focused on Equine Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, and was part of some major equine research studies

  • Work history ranges from being a veterinary technician to a working student for internationally-ranked Three-Day Event riders to doing Marketing for some start-ups and small businesses

  • Joined AlcheraBio in December of 2016, and started in Marketing in September of 2017

  • Some various responsibilities include website and material design, and site and patient recruitment

Fun Fact:

  • All of my fur-members are adopted! I have 2 rabbits, 1 cat, and 1 dog

My Inspiration as Part of the Team:

  • It’s incredibly fulfilling to work with a team that truly reflects our brand and is always looking for ways to grow and evolve. It’s also a privilege to be involved in the development of new veterinary treatments, contributing to their impact on the lives of pets now and in the future