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Jessica Claire
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Professional Overview
Expert in drug metabolizing enzymes assessment, drug pharmacology, ADME and cell biology. Develop compound extraction methods from biometrics and quantitation. Deep understanding of molecular biology principles and methods. Excellent troubleshooting skills. Expert in target identification approaches using phenotypic screening in vitro and in vivo. Proven leader in developing hypotheses and design studies to assess therapeutic drug, drug-protein interaction, toxicity and efficacy. Expert in cancer biology, drug bioavailability, analytical techniques including HPLC. Thorough knowledge of chemistry, biochemistry, cell culture & animal models. Experience in xenobiotic metabolism assessment through phase I and phase II metabolizing enzymes. Good understanding of human anatomy and physiology. Proven resource planning and cost reduction skills to ensure adherence to standard medical research practices while meeting target objectives.
Core Qualifications
  • Academic planning
  • Research in Oncology
  • Critical Thinking
  • Team Building
  • DMPK, ADME
  • Grant Writing
  • Critical Thinking
  • Problem Solving
  • Program Development
  • Time Management
Accomplishments
  • http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Claire[Author] U.S.
  • Patents #8142806, #8858995
  • International Patent Application No. PCT/US09/63336 - Methods and compositions for controlled delivery of phytochemical agents
  • Developed BIOL-390 course (15 credit hours) to teach Cancer Biology to undergraduate students.
  • Demonstrated presence of estradiol and its hydroxy metabolites in human lung tissue by GC/MS.
  • I developed hypotheses and design studies to assess therapeutic drug, drug-protein interaction, toxicity and efficacy.
Experience
RESEARCH SCIENTIST/CONSULTANT, 01/2012 to Present
Santa Clara UniversitySanta Clara, CA,
  • Combo device-drug delivery startup company.
  • Tested patented Cervical Insert for local delivery of therapeutic drug for cervical pathologies, including cervical cancer, directly to uterine cervix.
  • Devised and modified the Cervical Insert device for feasibility, biocompatibility, toxicity and drug pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics studies in a caprine model.
  • Collaborated with veterinarian, engineers, gynecologic oncologist and statistician for successful completion of the study.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, 03/2005 to Current
Axalta Coating SystemsFort Madison, IA,
  • Achieved efficient extraction of estrogens and its metabolites from plasma and breast/lung tissues by designing novel methodology
  • Developed complex efficient methodologies for studying distribution of multiple phytochemicals in biological matrices, accounting for individual compounds structure and properties
  • Conducted toxicological studies of newly developed slow-release device in both mice and goat models
  • Conducted studies to test the efficacy of plant based compounds, in vitro and in vivo
  • Overcame morbidity and mortality in estrogen-induced mammary tumorigenesis model for use of screening therapeutic drug against breast cancer
  • Established effectiveness of pomegranate ellagitannins in prostate and pancreatic tumors in mice
  • Evaluated chemo-preventive potential of chemicals using inhibition of polyromantic hydrocarbon-DNA adduct formation and assessment of cytochrome P450 expression and activity
  • Conducted breast and lung cancer clinical trials
  • Peer Reviewer - Cancer Letters, Mutation Research, European Journal of Pharmacology, Nano biomedicine Journal
  • Mentored and trained 10 associates in Research methodologies as well as developing clinical trial-related documents including HIPPA & CITI
  • Managed lab operations and research responsibilities of students and postdocs as required by the university, tracked research progress, and interpret data for future research initiatives
  • Principal investigator in a NIH grant and co-investigator in separate NIH grant and instrumental in achieving essential NIH and DOD grants.
Senior Research Associate, 05/2003 to 02/2005
University Of LouisvilleCity, STATE,
  • Lead studies on collective oxidative damage to DNA and covalent binding of aromatic compounds to DNA using 32P-postlabeling assay for use as biomarker for disease progression and screening for antioxidant potential of phytochemicals.
Postdoctoral Scholar & Scientist II, 01/1999 to 01/2003
University Of KentuckyCity, STATE,
  • Initiate multiple clinical samples to assess collective oxidative damage in normal vs diseased tissue.
  • Demonstrate elevated DNA adduct levels in subjects with inflammatory cervix condition.
  • Formulated biomarker potential hypothesis of collective oxidative damage analysis, achieving multiple grants submission and clinical lab trials.
Fellowships and Awards
FELLOWSHIPS
 
Visiting Scientist Fellowship - Dept. of Radiation Genetics and Chemical Mutagenesis, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, the Netherlands,1999
 
 
AWARDS
 
Faculty Excellence Award – University of Louisville, 2012, 2013 & 2015
 
Roger Herzig Junior Faculty Research Prize– J.G. Brown Cancer Center, University of Louisville, 2014
Education
: Medical Biochemistry, Expected in to - ,
GPA:
Master of Science: Medical Biochemistry, Expected in to - ,
GPA:
Medical Biochemistry
Bachelor of Science: Chemistry, Expected in to Jessica. Claire - ,
GPA:
Chemistry
Publications
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Claire[Author]
Presentations
Presented research findings since 2000 in the annual meeting of AACR.
Memberships/Scholarly Societies
Member, American Association for Cancer Research 2000 - Present
Skills
Proven leader in developing hypotheses and design studies to assess therapeutic drug, drug-protein interaction, toxicity and efficacy. Expert in cancer biology, drug bioavailability, analytical techniques including HPLC. Thorough knowledge of chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell culture & animal models. Good understanding of human anatomy and physiology. Proven resource planning and cost reduction skills to ensure adherence to standard medical research practices while meeting target objectives.

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School Attended

  • Jessica. Claire

Job Titles Held:

  • RESEARCH SCIENTIST/CONSULTANT
  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
  • Senior Research Associate
  • Postdoctoral Scholar & Scientist II

Degrees

  • Master of Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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