Biomedical scientist, university professor and administrator with a Ph.D. in the neurosciences and 18 years of experience working with diverse learners.
Ability to ensure thorough, accurate, and clear scientific writing and communications that is complemented by a deep understanding of adult learning, educational technology, and online learning.
Seeking to transition to medical writing and communications in order to use my scientific expertise and strong writing and teaching skills to help promote excellence in consumer- and professional education and in communications with all stakeholders.
Lead a collaborative team of faculty, academic advisors and educational professionals in the development and improvement of innovative online academic programs for adult learners. Specialized skills utilized: instructional design and technology, project management, andragogical theory and practice, mentor development, and outreach.
Challenged and motivated students through in-depth lectures, thought-provoking discussions, development of complementary media and effective use of educational technology to promote scientific literacy. Obtained funding to support student research and community projects.
NIMH Endocrine Fellow in Psychiatry focused on the interactions between stress neuroendocrinology and dopaminergic systems in the brain.
Specializations in reproductive physiology and neurobiological underpinnings of stress and vulnerability to addiction.
Completed graduate curriculum in basic medical science.
Psychology major plus full complement of science sequences with labs. Graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
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