Speakers: Mindy Goldstein
Mindy Goldstein, Ph.D., received her bachelor's degree with honors in biochemistry, master's degree in pathology and her doctorate in basic medical sciences from New York University in the area of ultra violet and gamma radiation damage to DNA and DNA repair.
has been credited with more than 11 publications in scientific journals and books, and has been awarded patents in the area of raw materials, encapsulation and controlled release.
has been an invited speaker at many scientific meetings and courses.
She has been in the cosmetic industry since 1987 and most recently served as executive director, R&D, for The Estee Lauder Companies.
responsibilities included supplier contact for REACH activities, internal commercialization of new treatment actives for all of the Estee Lauder brands, troubleshooting formulation issues with active materials, encapsulation technology and identifying new platform technologies.
has previously held directors positions in R&D at Bath & Body Works, Lipo Chemicals and Collaborative Laboratories
She is an active member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists.
In 1994, she was the Chair of the Long Island Chapter of the Society, the 1998 and 2009 Chair of the Committee on Scientific Affairs and the 2002 National President of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists.
Dr. Goldstein was editor and currently serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Cosmetic Science.
She is a member of numerous professional and scientific organizations including the CTFA Nomenclature Committee.