Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary
Highly organized and creative MD/PhD with eight years experience working both independently and as a part of a team to achieve our goals of excellent patient care and meticulous research.  I bring energy, integrity and a strong work ethic to any endeavor.
  • Results-oriented/ Self motivated
  • Organized
  • Creative
  • Microsoft Office Suite/Prism/FlowJo
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Talented multi-tasker
  • Flexible thinker
  • Complex problem solving
Work History
01/2011 to Current
Medical Advisor Eli Lilly And Company Plainfield, IN,
  • Advisor to the management and implementation of BioSeeker’s DevOnc™ drug analytic platform which assists both healthcare and business professionals to analyze and evaluate the practical and commercial implications of world-wide R&D in oncology towards targeted therapeutics and personalized medicine. At its core BioSeeker has a human curated drug intelligence system containing almost 6,000 cancer drugs with more than 13,000 developmental projects. 
  • My current project focuses on how the Company better assist our current and future clients in matching the more than 1,000 investigated drug targets to the genetic make-up and critical pathways of hundreds of different tumor types.
05/2001 to 09/2001
Summer Research Intern Bio-Techne Albany, NY,
  • Investigated the effects of transcriptional enhancers on methylation mediated gene silencing.
  • Investigated transcriptional regulation of of the T-cell receptor (TCR) gene.
  • Lorincz MC, Schubeler D, Hutchinson SR, Dickerson DR, Groudine M. DNA methylation density influences the stability of an epigenetic imprint and Dnmt3a/b-independent de novo methylation. Mol Cell Biol. 2002 Nov; 22 (21)
02/2000 to 06/2002
Research Assistant Columbia University New York, NY,
  • Conducted experiments investigating transcriptional regulation of T lymphocyte specific genes, specifically with an element of the Locus Control Region (LCR) of the T-cell receptor (TCR) a gene.  
  • Harrow F., Amuta J., Hutchinson SR., Akwaa F., Ortiz B. Factors binding a non-classical Cis-element prevent heterochromatin effects on locus control region activity. J Biol Chem. 2004 Apr 23;279(17)
05/1999 to 08/1999
Telecommunications Representative Excela Health Norwin, PA,
Raised funds for this non-for-profit organization to provide services to Jewish children with cancer and their families.  These services include summer camp, transportation to and from hospitals and tutoring for hospital or home bound children.
02/1999 to 04/2000
Office Assistant Sun Communities Key Largo, FL,
  • Assisted the Coordinator of the PhD program in Neuroscience in arranging seminars, maintaining student files, completing check requisitions, expediting the completion of grants, and organizing interviews of prospective students.                              
10/1997 to 11/1998
Client Development Representative Emsi Moscow, ID,
  • Reviewed files, records and other documents to obtain information and respond to requests.
  • Organized and updated company files to prepare for full computerization.    
Expected in May 2013
M.D.: Medicine
Tufts University School of Medicine - Boston, MA
Expected in May 2013
Ph.D.: Genetics
Tufts University Sackler School of Graduate Biom - Boston, MA
Thereza Imanishi-Kari PhD- Department of Pathology, Program of Genetics, Tufts University, MA
  • Thesis entitled "The Role of TLR7/8 in Autoantibody Production and Granulopoiesis in Murine SLE"
  • Andersson SR, Umiker B, Fernandez L, Larbi A,  Han JH, Flavell R,  Imanishi- Kari T. Toll like receptor 7/8 dependent autoantibody production and granulopoiesis in murine systemic lupus erythematosus. In preparation
Expected in 2002
Bachelor of Arts: Biology, English
City University of New York - Hunter College - New York, NY

  • Honus Civicus Society 2013         
  • HOPE Scholar, Biomedical Science Career Programs, April 2006
  • F31 NIH Grant- Ruth Kirschstein Individual Fellowship 2006-2010 
  • Steven Buchhloz/Inga R. Richter Award 2002  
  • MSTP grant Tufts University School of Medicine, 2002-present
  • Sigma Xi 2002  
  • Eugene Lang Award for Undergraduate Research, 2002
  • NIH, Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) Scholar, 2000 - 2002
Additional Information
Extracurricular Activities/Volunteer Experiences 
  • Planning committee Member/ Moderator New England Science Symposium 2005-2007 
  • Member- Medical Student Self Study Steering Committee Tufts University School of Medicine 2006 
  • Anatomy Tutor, Tufts University School of Medicine 2004-2005
  • Mentor- MAPS (Minority association of Pre-Health students) program at Tufts University Undergraduate 2003 SNMA 2003
  • Regional Conference Chair-Planned and hosted the SNMA region 7 conferences with a budget of $20,000 2003-2004
  • SNMA Chapter President. Responsible for the community service activities, the outreach and the education of club members of the SNMA at Tufts University. 2003-2004 
  • SNMA Board member-MAPS Coordinator-helped to initiate MAPS clubs at Tufts university and Emerson and organized activities between college and medical students. 2002-2003 
  • Mentor -Tufts high school summer enrichment program 2003

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