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Jessica
Claire
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Professional Summary
Experienced and accomplished Biomedical Scientist with more than 10 years' of research experience working in genomics and pharmacology. Seeking a healthcare analyst internship where I can leverage my research background and health IT education to improve the clinical outcome measures, as well drive the business goals of HCOs with data-driven solutions. Been a team leader on multiple research projects, presented at major conferences and provided statistical, scientific, and technical support in designing and implementation of research programs. Strong project management, leadership and training skills. Critical thinking, reviewing and decision making abilities. Strong problem solver and capable of delivering quick solutions. Sound expertise in research design and implementation processes. Data exploration, analysis and preparation of reports. Authored and co-authored publications in high-impact scientific journals.
Education and Training
University of Illinois College of Medicine , Expected in Claire, Ph.D : - GPA :
, Expected in 177 Fairfield Ln, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care : - GPA :
University of Illinois Chicago, Expected in 2015 M.S : Health Informatics - GPA : Health Informatics
University of Giessen (Med. II/ECCPS) , Expected in Aug 2009 Ph.D : Molecular Medicine - GPA : Molecular Medicine
The University of Edinburgh, Scotland (U.K) , Expected in Sep 2004 M.S : Human Genetics - GPA : Human Genetics
Kurukshetra University , Expected in Jul 2002 B.S : Biology - GPA : Biology
, Expected in Jan 2017 Data Science and Analytics Career Paths and Certifications : - GPA :
, Expected in Jan 2017 (Lynda.com-University of Illinois Chicago, IL) Healthcare analytics in R (Lynda.com) : - GPA :
, Expected in Oct 2016 (Lynda.com-University of Illinois Chicago, IL) HIPAA Training : - GPA :
, Expected in Oct 2016 University of Illinois Chicago, IL Human Subjects Research Training : - GPA :
, Expected in Jun 2016 CITI Program, University of Illinois Chicago, IL SQL Programming : - GPA :
, Expected in Jan 2016 (University of Illinois Chicago, IL, License Number: AB6639) Good Clinical Practices (GCP) certification- : - GPA :
, Expected in Dec 2014 National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) Clinical Trials Network Drug Discovery, Development and Commercialization : - GPA :
Skill Highlights
  • Biostatistics
  • BI/Analytics
  • Healthcare policies/finance
  • EMR
  • ICD9/ICD10 CM coding system
  • Healthcare databases
  • HL7 interface
  • Clinical vocabulary- SNOMED
  • Biomedical /Clinical Research
  • Analytical tools - Spreadsheets, Tableau, `R' programming, SAS, SQL
  • MS office- Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook
Professional Experience
College Of Applied Health Sciences, University Of Illinois - study/Coursework
City, STATE, 11/2016 - Current
  • Working on a research project to develop an online tool to facilitate the mapping of ICD- 9- CM v3 procedure codes to ICD-10 -PCS with the aim to improve the coding speed, accuracy, and costs related to prolonged workflow.
College Of Medicine University Of Illinois - Research Assistant Professor/ Principal Investigator
City, STATE, 07/2016 - Current
  • Development and implementation of research strategies to decipher biomarkers to reduce mortality occurring from microbial sepsis.
  • Management of three independent research projects and NIH funded research grants.
  • Training and mentoring of research fellows and lab technicians.
  • Developing appropriate statistical plan by effectively communicating with the research team and understanding the objectives of the research study.
  • Reviewing the study protocol and ensuring that the correct data is being collected to achieve the objective(s) of the research study.
  • Utilize applications such as `R studio' and Excel to analyze research data and interpreting the analysis output.
College Of Medicine University Of Illinois - Instructor/Post Doctoral Fellow
City, STATE, 02/2010 - 06/2016
  • Designed and implemented research strategies aligned with the goals and objectives of department's research theme.
  • Provided statistical support on animal research studies and data analytics on complex genomics data including microarrays.
  • Attended research meetings; participate in interactive discussion and effectively communicating the information on the progress of research projects to supervisors and team members.
  • Taught courses in Medical Pharmacology to graduate students.
Work History
Department of Pharmacology -
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Interests
2007 - Travel award, European Respiratory Society, Taormina, Italy 2003-2004 - College of Medicine Research Fellowship- University of Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K MEDIA/NEWS RELEASE Anti-inflammatory molecule holds promise for acute lung injury (Nov 2016). https://
Skills
Biostatistics, BI, Clinical Research, Clinical Trials, com, Critical Care, databases, finance, GCP, grants, ICD10, ICD-10, ICD- 9, meetings, mentoring, Excel, MS office, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Network, Pharmacology, policies, coding, Programming, progress, Research, SAS, Spreadsheets, SQL, Tableau, workflow
Additional Information
  • UC San Diego, License Number: YKBMS3RUM3 AWARDS/HONORS 2016- Career Development Award, American Heart Association, USA 2013 - American Heart Association Research Award, Midwest Affiliate, USA 2009 - Travel Award, American Thoracic Society (ITTA), San Diego, USA 2007 - Travel award, European Respiratory Society, Taormina, Italy 2003-2004 - College of Medicine Research Fellowship- University of Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K MEDIA/NEWS RELEASE Anti-inflammatory molecule holds promise for acute lung injury (Nov 2016). https://
  • /anti-inflammatory-molecule-holds-promise-for-acute-lung-injury RESEARCH FUNDING/FELLOWSHIPS Claire, M (PI) 07/2016-06/2019 Title: Role of TSG-6 in macrophages polarization and suppression of lung vascular injury. American Heart Association, USA, Scientist Development Grant - $231,000 Claire, M (PI) 07/2013-06/2015 Title: Trp melastatin channel-2 (Trpm2) In VEGF induced angiogenesis American Heart Association, USA, Postdoctoral Fellowship - $90,000 INVITED TALKS AND POSTERS 1. TNF- induced protein-6 (TNIP6) regulates recovery of lung vascular barrier following endotoxin challenge by polarizing macrophages to anti-inflammatory phenotype. Annual Departmental Retreat. Sep 2015 (Talk). 2. TSG6 as a Central Mediator of Macrophage M2 Polarization. American Association of Immunology. New Orleans, USA. May 2015. (Poster) 3. ROS Sensitive Calcium Channel TRPM2 Regulates VEGF Induced Angiogenesis. Experimental Biology Meeting, San Diego, USA. 2012. (Poster) 4. NOX4 regulates Kv channels and calcium influx under chronic hypoxia. American Thoracic Society, San Diego, USA, 2009 American Thoracic Society (ATS) San Diego, USA. 2009 (Talk) 5. Regulation of NADPH oxidases in pulmonary vasculature under chronic hypoxia. European Respiratory Society. Stockholm, Sweden. 2009. (Poster) 6. Localization of NADPH oxidases and their role in hypoxia induced pulmonary hypertension. European Respiratory Society, Munich, Germany. 2006. (Talk) SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 1. Claire M, Nepal S, Grzych D, Toya S, Gantner B, Tiruppathi C, Malik AB. TNF- stimulated gene-6 (TSG6) protects mice against endotoxin induced acute lung injury by inducing macrophage transition from pro- to anti-inflammatory phenotype. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2016 Dec 13;113(50):E8151-E8158. 2. Claire M, Urao N, Hecquet CM, Zhang M, Sudhahar V, Gao XP, Komarova Y, Ushio-Fukai M, Malik AB. Novel Role of ROS-Activated trp Melastatin Channel-2 (TRPM2) in Mediating Angiogenesis and Post-Ischemic Neovascularisation. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2015 Apr;35(4):877-87. 3. Claire M, Tran K, Reddy SP, Malik AB. Reactive oxygen species in inflammation and tissue injury. Comprehensive Invited Review. Antioxidant Redox Signaling. 2014;20(7):1126-67. 4. Claire M, Gu XQ, Pak O, Pamenter ME, Haag D, Fuchs DB, Schermuly RT, Ghofrani HA, Brandes RP, Seeger W, Grimminger F, Haddad GG, Weissmann N. Hypoxia induces Kv channel current inhibition by increased NADPH oxidase derived reactive oxygen species. Free Radical Biology and Medicine. 2012;52(6):1033-42. 5. Claire M, Roth M, König P, Hofmann S, Dony E, Goyal P, Selbitz AC, Schermuly RT, Ghofrani HA, Schmidt HH, Weissmann N. Hypoxia-Dependent Regulation of Nonphagocytic NADPH Oxidase Subunit NOX4 in the Pulmonary Vasculature. Circulation Research. 2007;101(3):258-67.

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School Attended

  • University of Illinois College of Medicine
  • University of Illinois
  • University of Giessen (Med. II/ECCPS)
  • The University of Edinburgh, Scotland (U.K)
  • Kurukshetra University

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  • Claire, Ph.D
  • 177 Fairfield Ln, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care
  • M.S
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  • B.S
  • Data Science and Analytics Career Paths and Certifications
  • (Lynda.com-University of Illinois Chicago, IL) Healthcare analytics in R (Lynda.com)
  • (Lynda.com-University of Illinois Chicago, IL) HIPAA Training
  • University of Illinois Chicago, IL Human Subjects Research Training
  • CITI Program, University of Illinois Chicago, IL SQL Programming
  • (University of Illinois Chicago, IL, License Number: AB6639) Good Clinical Practices (GCP) certification-
  • National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) Clinical Trials Network Drug Discovery, Development and Commercialization

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