Clickbio was founded in 2014 by laboratory automation industry veterans Craig Vincze, Ph.D., who earned his doctoral degree in biomedical engineering, and his longtime colleague, physicist Mykle Gaynor. The pair realized that the research community had many needs that weren't being fulfilled by off-the-shelf labware, so they set out to reimagine the laboratory consumables market with an eye toward creating smarter labware by design, and delivering it with speed, simplicity, and convenience.
CEO & Co-founder
Prior to co-founding Clickbio in 2014, Craig spent the majority of his career at Hamilton Robotics, a global manufacturer of laboratory automation robotics, where he held many positions during his eight-year tenure, including Director of Custom Solutions and Director of Biopharma. Craig was a key member of the team that grew Hamilton Robotics from a niche player to a market leader. Craig also held key roles with ATS Automation, Douglas Scientific, and with the Drug Discovery Group at Sierra Sciences. In addition to holding multiple U.S. and European patents, Craig earned his Ph.D. in biomedical engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno, a U.S. News & World Report National Tier 1 University.
CTO & Co-founder
Mykle started his career providing solutions to the life sciences industry, working as a business and marketing manager at Hamilton Robotics before moving on to Brook Life Sciences, where he served as a National Sales Manager for their new automated cell imager product line. Mykle also enjoyed stints working at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Invitrogen and Douglas Scientific. He has a strong background in automation and robotics, with a focus on liquid handling systems. Mykle received his B.S. in physics from the State University of New York at Buffalo.