Management

Anthony Damato

Anthony Damato is a Business Development Executive for Trilab. After studying at Carroll University, Anthony devoted his efforts to improving the business’s perception and client relations.

His experiences in public relations and communications have guided both his professional and personal endeavors. For over seven years, Anthony coached and mentored several different football teams, leading to record-breaking seasons.

George Khoshaba

George Khoshaba is a Laboratory Supervisor at Trilab’s Schaumburg facility. He has 10 years of innovative analytical experience in clinical management. George received his Bachelor of Science from Northern Illinois University in Biochemistry. He is multi-lingual with complete fluency in Spanish, Arabic, and Classical Syriac. With his experience and education, George has developed advanced techniques to ensure prompt and precise results for clientele.

George’s ambition to provide quality services stemmed from multiple years volunteering among his own community, Streamwood IL, within a vast majority of organizations. His values and zeal provided the genesis to formulas, research strategies, and leadership models.

Christina Simmons

Christina Simmons is an Executive Account Manager at Trilab. Christina manages and develops client accounts to initiate and maintain favorable relationships with clients and is dedicated to meeting the operational needs of assigned client segments.

Christina received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Maryland University College in Health Service Administration in 2013. Her education and knowledge have demonstrated excellent time and project management skills. Christina’s proven ability to manage multiple projects at a time while paying strict attention to detail has demonstrated her ability to communicate, present and influence efficiently and effectively at all levels of the organization.

Anthony Tran

Anthony Tran is the Lab supervisor of Trilab and has acquired over 15 years of educational and clinical expertise. Anthony’s educational background highlights are completing his undergraduate career at Metropolitan State College of Denver, earning a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry, and completing his technical certification in Emergency Medical Services with basic IV support from Front Range Community College. Anthony earned his Masters in Toxicology from Colorado State University. To exemplify his leadership skills and compassion for others, Anthony has also performed volunteer work for World Vision, which consisted of preparing prepackaged necessities for children in impoverished conditions. He has also performed volunteer work with There with Care, providing meals for children and families with babies in the neonatal intensive care unit.

Anthony is a proud member of the Trilab team, providing supervision expertise and oversight of technical, clinical, and scientific processes of the lab. All in all, Anthony provides strong leadership and clinical knowledge to the diverse organization and clientele that Trilab services.