Carlo Semerzier received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts (Lowell campus). He later received his master’s degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from the University of Florida. He is currently enrolled in the doctorate of higher education program at Nova Southeastern University.
Carlo teaches Principles of Chemistry, General chemistry lab, and Organic Chemistry lab here at Adventist University of Health Sciences. He is an experienced research and development Chemist and worked in that sector for many years. His research team successfully developed a drug released coating for stents used in the treatment of coronary artery diseases.