GOJO Hand Hygiene Blog

We spotlight the importance of hand hygiene to improve public health, serve as a trusted resource and raise awareness of leading-edge hand hygiene and skin health scientific advancements through the GOJO Hand Hygiene Blog.

GOJO microbiologists, scientists, nurses and communication professionals post regularly and we also get the views of outside experts and thought leaders in the field. It’s all part of the GOJO Purpose, saving lives and making lives better through well-being solutions.

David R. Macinga, Ph.D.

Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Science Director

David Macinga, PhD, is a Microbiologist and Research Fellow at GOJO Industries, Inc., and an Adjunct Research Assistant Professor at Northeastern Ohio Medical University. Dr. Macinga is a microbiologist with extensive pharmaceutical drug discovery and antimicrobial product development experience. His areas of expertise include antibiotic and biocide mechanisms of action and resistance, molecular biology, protein biochemistry, and microbiological methods development. He has been with GOJO since 2003, developing new and innovative antimicrobial and antiviral skin hygiene products. Dr. Macinga is widely published since 1995 in the areas of antimicrobial resistance and hand hygiene. He recently led the development of a new ASTM standard test method for the clinical evaluation of hand sanitizer antimicrobial efficacy.
Don’t Let Anything Spoil Your Summer Picnic
Fun, Sun, and Foodborne Illnesses?


By David R. Macinga, Ph.D.

Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Science Director

Did you know foodborne illnesses peak in the summertime? According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) this is because of two reasons: bacteria multiply faster in warmer temperatures and preparing food outdoors makes safe food handling more difficult.

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Blog What You Need to Know
EV-D68 - What is this Virus, and What Do You Need to Know?


By David R. Macinga, Ph.D.

Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Science Director

It’s making headlines across the country, a rare type of enterovirus – EV-D68 – that primarily causes respiratory illness.

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