Prime Behavior Testing Laboratories (PBTLI) was formed in March 2000 by three pharmaceutical researchers and a certified public accountant (CPA), combining years of research experience and collaboration with members of the industry. PBTLI scientists have over 15 years experience conducting contract studies, following industry standards of speed, confidentiality, and reliability.
Alvin V. Terry, Jr., Ph.D.
President and CEO
Dr. Terry is a tenured Regents Professor and the Chair of the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at Georgia Regents University (GRU) in Augusta, Georgia. He also holds joint appointments as Professor of Neurology and Graduate Studies at GRU and is a licensed pharmacist in Georgia and South Carolina. He has more than 25 years of research experience in neuropharmacology and drug development and has conducted numerous collaborative projects and contracts with the pharmaceutical industry.
First Vice President
Regina Buccafusco, wife of the Late Dr. Buccafusco, has served as an officer of PBLTI since its inception in 2000. She has experience as a laboratory technician and as an Information Media Specialist of MCG Health, Inc. She has also been a member of the Columbia County Board of Education in Georgia since 1998 and has served as its Chairman since 2008.
Lowell Greenbaum, Ph.D.
Second Vice President
Dr. Greenbaum, Professor Emeritus and former Vice President for Research at the Medical College of Georgia, has over 40 years of research experience in pharmacology and biochemistry and is internationally recognized for his accomplishments as a researcher as well as for his leadership roles in the field. Dr. Greenbaum has served on the board of directors of several organizations that served to facilitate interactions and joint ventures between academia and industry.
William F. Bruggemann, III
Mr. Bruggemann has served as Chief Financial Officer of PBLTI since its inception in 2000. He has over 30 years of experience as a certified public accountant for private companies as well as the armed services.