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Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Services
Work Experience

Science Teacher

SAHQ Academy

July 2017 - July 2018

Teacher

Albuquerque Public Schools

August 2008 - August 2014

Principal Research Associate

Genzyme Genetics

November 2007 - May 2008

Graduate Research Assistant

University of New Mexico

June 2002 - December 2007

Research Associate

Berlex Biosciences

March 2002 - June 2002

Senior Research Technologist

Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute

February 2001 - February 2002

Manufacturing and Process Development Associate

Chiron Corporation

August 1996 - August 1997

Education

Doctor of Philosophy (Biomedical Science)

University of New Mexico

June 2002 - December 2007

Master of Arts (Biology)

University of California Santa Cruz

March 1991 - June 1994

Bachelor of Science (Biology)

University of New Mexico

August 1986 - May 1990

Certifications
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Publications
BOOK
(2009). Aberrant Cell Biology in Cystic Fibrosis Cells.
JOURNAL ARTICLE
(2007). Pharmacological modulation of cGMP levels by phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors as a therapeutic strategy for treatment of respiratory pathology in cystic fibrosis. Am. J.Physiol. Lung Cell. Mol. Physiol. (2007) 293 (3): L712-9.
(2006). Endosomal hyperacidification in cystic fibrosis is due to defective nitric oxide-cGMP signaling cascade. EMBO Rep (2006) 7(5): 553-9.
(2004). Endosomal membrane traffic: convergence point targeted by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and HIV. Cell. Micro. (2004) 6(11): 999-1009.