Before joining PBA in the summer of 2005, Dr. Toth was professor of microbiology at Seminole Community College. Dr. Toth has a wide range of professional, business, research and academic experience. She has taught at St. Peters College, Seton Hall University, St. John's University and Bloomfield College. She has been vice president of scientific affairs at Terra Bio Chem Services and The National Disease Research Institute, and before that was scientific affairs director at BioTest Diagnostics and the Pall Corporation.
After obtaining her doctorate from St. Johns, she was a postdoctoral Fellow at Rockefeller University; she then became a research associate at Rockefeller University, where she directed numerous research projects in molecular genetics, culminating in research involving expression of DNA library related to the regulation of gene expression of Kidney Androgen Protein (KAP).
Dr. Toth is a member of the American Society of Microbiology, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Society of Endocrinology. She has presented at numerous conferences and has published a wide variety of articles in referred journals in such diverse areas as microbiology, industrial hygiene, bioremediation, indoor air quality, viral contaminants, plasmid DNA characterization and motivating students in the sciences.
A native of Hungary, Dr. Toth also lived in Vienna, Austria, before coming to the United States. She has done volunteer work for the United Way of America and Project Cuddle, an organization providing services to abandoned infants. She has served as director of grief management for the Notre Dame Mount Carmel Church and is a trained Hospice attendant. Dr. Toth currently is compiling her spiritual beliefs into a motivational book, titled "In Search of the Soul." She has three children.