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Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
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Work Experience

Innovator in Residence

The Searchlite

2015 - Present

Equity Research Intern

Barrington Research

2014 - 2015

Predoctoral Fellow

University of Illinois at Chicago

2010 - 2015

Washington Fellow

ASPET

February 2014 - February 2014

Project Scientist

Explora BioLabs

2007 - 2010

Research Technician

University of Michigan Medical School

2005 - 2010

Intern

Pfizer Global Research and Development

May 2004 - August 2004

Education

PhD (Pharmacology)

University of Illinois at Chicago

August 2010 - May 2015

BS Genetic Engineering (Biology)

Cedar Crest College

2005 - 2010

Certificate in ADMET

UCSD- Extentsion

2007 - 2009

Certifications
  • Certification details not provided.
Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
(2015). Regulation of IP3 Receptor Clustering and Ca2+ Signaling by Microtubule-Binding Protein EB3 is a Crucial Control of Endothelial Permeability. Cell Reports.
(2014). KIF13B Regulates Angiogenesis through Golgi-Plasma Membrane Trafficking of VEGFR2 in Endothelial Cells. Journal of Cell Science.
(2012). VE-cadherin Signaling Induces EB3 Phosphorylation to Suppress Microtubule Growth and Stabilize Adherens Junctions. Molecular Cell.
(2011). The Thrombomodulin Analogue Solulin Promotes Reperfusion and Reduces Infarct Volume in a Thrombotic Model of Stroke. Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis.
(2008). Activation of Latent PDGF-CC by Tissue Plasminogen Activator Induces Loss of Blood Brain Barrier Integrity During Ischemic Stroke. Nature Medicin.