John R. Logar is a senior director of aseptic processing and terminal sterilization at Johnson & Johnson Sterility Assurance in Raritan, New Jersey, a global healthcare products manufacturer and provider of related services.
Logar, an ASTM member since 2001, is chairman of the Committee on Radiation Processing (E61) as well as its Subcommittee on Dosimetry (E61.01). E61 previously had been part of the Committeeon Nuclear Technology and Applications(E10), where Logar also served as chair. He received the Peter D. Hedgecock Award in 2010 for his contributions. Logar, who served on the ASTM Committee on Technical Committee Operations from 2012 to 2014, is also a member of the committees on Quality and Statistics (E11), Flexible Barrier Packaging (F02), and Medical and Surgical Materials and Devices (F04).
Logar began his career as a quality assurance manager at SteriGenics in 1996; he then was a senior technical manager and a director of radiation dosimetry for SteriGenics International. In 2008, he became manager and then associate director of research and development for sterilization, science, and technology at Ethicon Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company. He assumed his current role in 2013.
Logar holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Rowan University.