BioScience Laboratories was founded in Bozeman, Montana in 1991 by Dr. Daryl Paulson. The author of numerous texts and papers on the subject of antimicrobial testing, Dr. Paulson is known for pioneering the use of statistics in the design, execution and analysis of efficacy and safety studies. With a commitment to scientific excellence and customer satisfaction, Dr. Paulson has led BioScience Laboratories through several stages of growth while keeping the company firmly planted in the community of Bozeman, where he and his staff enjoy the high quality of life filled with beautiful scenery and nearby outdoor adventures.
Planning for the next twenty years of continued commitment to the antimicrobial testing industry, their clients, and their employees, the company owners, Dr. Paulson and his wife Marsha Paulson, built a 15,558 square foot laboratory building and a 6,400 square foot administrative building in Bozeman near the campus of Montana State University.
Daryl S. Paulson, Ph.D. is a disabled, decorated Vietnam combat veteran and a counselor specializing in trauma-associated disorders. He is the founder and serves as the President and CEO of BioScience Laboratories, Inc., and is the co-owner and/member of Paulson Enterprises, LLC. Daryl is a Montana native, born in Great Falls. He and his wife Marsha have been married for 30 years, and they’ve worked together to make BioScience Laboratories, Inc. the success it is today.
"When I graduated from high school I did not know what I wanted to do, so I joined the U.S. Marine Corps. I passed the entrance test for a Vietnamese language course and was sent to Washington, D.C. for 47 weeks to learn the Vietnamese language. In the summer of 1968, I was sent to Vietnam where I was assigned to the 1st Marine Division, 5th Marine Regiment at An Hoa Combat Base. I do not know how I survived the 13 months, but I did. It was very, very bad. In 1969, I came home and started college. While in college, I came down with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). I could only drink and suffer, drink and suffer.
I also have a hearing loss from all the explosions that went off around me. The PTSD and the hearing loss resulted in a 50% disability. I founded this company and is now a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business."
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