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Jessica
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Professional Summary

Innovative Professor bringing proven success in implementing technology-based curriculum delivery and development of creative tools. Passionate about fostering academic development and community projects.

Logical researcher offering 15-year background analyzing and summarizing experimental results in cardiovascular area. Highly motivated and proven track record in independent research and publications.

Skills
  • Academic research
  • Longitudinal health evaluations
  • Multi-site project coordination
  • Community collaborations
  • Academic advisement
  • Lecturing and online learning tools
  • Technology-based curriculum
  • Curriculum Development
Education
Impact Planning, MIT Sloan School of Management Cambridge, MA, Expected in 2020 : Social Enterprises - GPA :
  • Continuing education in Business and Impact Planning for Social Enterprises
Catalyst Course in Down Syndrome, IMES At MIT Cambridge, MA, Expected in 2019 : Innovation For Social Impact - GPA :
  • Professional development completed in Catalyst's methodology in the fall of 2019. This 12 weeks course is led by a multidisciplinary and multi-sector team of faculty mentors that guides participants through a structured process to consider real-world needs and plausible solutions.
  • The project started during this process is producing research and technology to give people with Down Syndrome the possibility of improving their quality of life through an impact in physical activity. The team project joined researchers from MIT (Sports Lab and IMES) and Harvard Medical School (MGH and Boston Children´s Hospital)
Innovative Leadership, Harvard University Cambridge, MA, Expected in 2019 : Innovative Leadership in Higher Education - GPA :
  • Continuing education in innovative leadership in higher education
  • Course "Innovative Leadership: Transforming Higher Education in the digital age", June 2019
The Challenges of Global Poverty, J-PAL MIT Cambridge, MA Expected in 2018 : The Challenges of Global Poverty - GPA :
  • Continuing education in social impact through health and education. The Challenges of Global Poverty is part of the MicroMasters Program at the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab
  • Passed in the exam in December 2018
Framingham Heart Study Boston University (BU) Boston, MA, Expected in 2017 Postdoctoral : Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine - GPA :

Project:

Insulin level overtime in the Framingham Heart Study cohort

Heart Institute / University of Sao Paulo (InCor-USP) Sao Paulo, Brazil, Expected in 12/2007 Ph.D. : Cardiovascular Risk Factors - GPA :
  • Thesis: Heritability of Cardiovascular Risk Factors in the Baependi Heart Study
  • It was the first thesis and article of the Baependi Heart Study cohort. This cohort is inspired by the Framingham Heart Study.
University of Sao Paulo (USP) Sao Paulo, Brazil, Expected in 02/2006 Specialist in Endocrinology : Endocrinology - GPA :
FMIT Medical School Itajuba, Minas Gerais, Brazil, Expected in 02/2004 Specialist in Internal Medicine : Internal Medicine - GPA :
FMIT Medical School Itajuba, Minas Gerais, Brazil, Expected in 12/2001 M.D. : - GPA :
Work History
Princeton University Faculty - Visiting Research Scholar
Princeton, NJ, 11/2019 - Current
  • Evaluated existing teaching techniques to recommend improvements in diverse learning modalities, such as distance learning applications and Pre-Texts methodology
  • Stayed abreast of developments within Creative Learning and STEAM concepts to improve curriculum and develop new research supporting Miami-Dade County Public Schools during COVID-19 pandemic
  • Directed and developed cardiovascular risk factors research activities by performing evaluation, analysis, and writing six articles related to Baependi Heart Study cohort, IDEA2 workshop, Ulysses Program, Little Hearts Changing Lives, and Pre-Texts case report
Princeton University Faculty - Faculty Instructor
Princeton, NJ, 05/2019 - Current
  • Facilitator of Pre-Texts workshop at IDEA2 Global Transformative mentorship and connections for medical technology innovators performed for 14 teams from Europe, Canada, and USA
  • Guided students through exercises to challenge personal worldviews and open individual minds to different approaches
Princeton University Faculty - Visiting Research Scholar
Princeton, NJ, 02/2018 - 02/2020
  • Developed cardiovascular research activities by performing data collection for more than 100 participants at Framingham Heart Study
  • Created and presented results of one project to research group meeting
  • Prepared five complete documentation of research activities for reference purposes (to be submitted)
Marquette University - Supervisior
Milwaukee, WI, 10/2018 - 06/2019
  • Enhanced training programs to strengthen 1 student knowledge in community projects due to collaboration established between School of Public Health (University of Massachusetts, Lowell) and Little Hearts Changing Lives Program
Marquette University - Visiting Research Scholar
Milwaukee, WI, 02/2017 - 02/2018
  • Developed cardiovascular research activities by performing data collection for more than 100 participants at Framingham Heart Study
  • Created and presented results of one project to research group meeting
  • Prepared one complete documentation of research activities for reference purposes
Marquette University - Adjunct Professor
Milwaukee, WI, 12/2015 - Current
  • Evaluated and revised lesson plans and course content to facilitate and moderate classroom discussions and student-centered learning. It involved more than 100 students in 2 courses at the Department of Integrative Medicine (Health Promotion and Clinical Competencies)
  • Instructed 6 students using lectures, discussions, and development of community projects in Health Promotion by offering professional development courses for 26 educators
  • Principal Investigator in the research lines:

"Development of creative strategies in Preventive Medicine"

Projects:

1. "Little Hearts Changing Lives" - talking about healthier lifestyle for kids through puppets show and poetry (STEAM concepts)

2. "Ulysses Program: art and literature" - dealing with stress as cardiovascular risk factor in immigrant conditions

3. "Hashtags Program" - social initiative for risk communication in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic; 2 projects - Baependi (Brazil) and Boston metro area (USA)

"Evaluation of cardiovascular risk factors in specific populations"

Projects:

1. Baependi Heart Study cohort - 15 published articles

2. Brazilian Cohort in Down Syndrome - 2 published articles

Marquette University - Adjunct Professor
Milwaukee, WI, 07/2014 - 12/2015
  • Transitioned course material and applied technological options for online. This pilot project involved 10 medical students
  • Worked with colleagues and administrators to create robust education programs in Internal Medicine. This pilot project involved 10 medical students
  • Identified student strengths and weaknesses to create tailored learning activities to evaluate patients in hospital. It was performed for 35 students
Healthcare Partners - Adjunct Professor
Lotus, CA, 08/2011 - 12/2015
  • Utilized various methods to assess student comprehension in Physiology and Biophysics and monitored student performance using automated reporting system. It involved more than 600 students in 3 different courses (Medicine, Odontology, and Nurse School)
  • Developed and implemented community projects creating innovative learning strategies and educational pedagogy. It involved 18 students
  • Worked with colleagues and administrators to create robust education programs, mentoring directly more that 50 students
UNIPAC, Medical School - Adjunct Professor
City, STATE, 08/2009 - Current
  • Employed variety of teaching techniques to encourage student engagement and cater to diverse learning modalities in Endocrinology for more than 200 students
  • Instructed 2 students for development of community projects, analysis of results and draft articles in Preventive Medicine. These students wrote 7 articles, impacting more than 500 kids
Private Office - Endocrinologist
City, STATE, 10/2008 - 05/2016
  • Maintained high patient satisfaction through knowledgeable support and compassionate care for more than 4,000 individuals, including adults and children
  • Implemented therapeutic regiments involving medications and other interventions specially designed to lose weight and to prevent diseases related to obesity
  • Developed 6 different protocols in Endocrinology field
Accomplishments

Honors and Prizes

  • 2018 Award for Best Presentation XXIII Brazilian Multidisciplinary Congress on Diabetes/ Brazil
  • 2015 Indication for Best Senior Researcher 70o National Cardiology Meeting/Brazil
  • 2003 Award for Best Presentation VIII Brazilian Multidisciplinary Congress on Diabetes/ Brazil
Affiliations

Department of Integrative Medicine, Federal University of Parana, Brazil

Global CoCreation Lab, Institute of Engineering and Science (IMES at MIT)

Attachment Research
  • Publications

1. De Oliveira, C. M.; Pavani, JLE; Liu, C; Alvim, R. O.; Balcells, M; Mourao-Junior, C.A; Krieger, J.E.; Pereira A.C.; Triglyceride glucose index as a tool to motivate early lifestyle modification in young adults at diabetes risk: the Baependi Heart Study. Preventive Medicine Reports, 2020

2. De Oliveira, C. M.; Pavani, JLE; Alvim, R. O.; Mourao-Junior, C.A; Krieger, J.E.; Pereira A.C.; Body adiposity index accessing the type 2 diabetes mellitus development risk. Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome, v.11 p.1 - 4, 2019.

3. De Oliveira, C.M., Tureck, L.V.; Álvares, D.; Liu, C.; Horimoto, ARVR; Krieger, JE, Alvim, R. O.; Pereira, AC. Cardiometabolic risk factors correlated with the incidence of dysglycemia in a Brazilian normoglycemic sample: the Baependi Heart Study cohort. Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome, v.12 p1-7, 2020.

4. Geovanini, G. R., Lorenzi-Filho, G. De Paula, L. K., De Oliveira, C. M.; Alvim, R. O.; Krieger, J; Pereira, A. C. Poor sleep quality and lipid profile in a rural cohort: The Baependi Heart Study. Sleep Medicine. 2019

5. Alvim, R. O.; Dias, F. A. L.; De Oliveira, C. M.; Horimoto Arv; Ulbrich, A. Z.; Krieger, J Pereira AC; Prevalence of Peripheral Artery Disease and Associated Risk Factors in a Brazilian Rural Population: The Baependi Heart Study. Int J Cardiovasc Sci. 31(4)405-413, 2018.

6. Pino EC, Zuo Y, De Olivera CM, Mahalingaiah S, Keiser O, Moore LL, Li F, Vasan RS, Corkey BE, Kalesan B. Cohort profile: The MULTI sTUdy Diabetes rEsearch (MULTITUDE) consortium. BMJ Open. May 5;8(5), 2018.

7. Oliveira KM, Binda NS, Lavor MSL, Silva CMO, Rosado IR, Gabellini ELA, Da Silva JF, de Oliveira CM, Melo MM, Gomez MV, Melo EG. Conotoxin MVIIA improves cell viability and antioxidant system after spinal cord injury in rats. PLoS One. Oct 4;13(10), 2018.

8. De Oliveira, C. M.; Ulbrich, A. Z.; Dias, F. A. L.; Alvim, R. O.; Krieger, J; Pereira A.C. Association between anthropometric indicators of adiposity and hypertension in a Brazilian population: Baependi Heart Study. PLoS One. v.12, p.01 - 10, 2017.

9. Alvim R.O.; Horimoto A.R.V; De Oliveira C.M.; Bortolotto L.A.; Krieger J.E.; Pereira A.C. Heritability of arterial stiffness in a Brazilian population: Baependi Heart Study. J Hypertens. 2017 Jan;35(1):105-110.

10. Alvim R.O.; Mourão-Júnior C.A.; Magalhães G.L.; De Oliveira C.M.; Krieger J.E.; Mill J.G.; Pereira A.C. Non-HDL cholesterol is a good predictor of the risk of increased arterial stiffness in postmenopausal women in an urban Brazilian population. Clinics (Sao Paulo). 2017 Feb 1;72(2):106-110.

11. Egan K.J.; Von Schantz M.; Negrão A.B.; Santos H.C.; Horimoto A.R.; Duarte N.E.; Gonçalves G.C.; Soler J.M.P.; De Andrade M.; Lorenzi-filho G.; Vallada H.; Taporoski T.P.; Pedrazzoli M.; Azambuja A.P.; De Oliveira C.M.; Alvim R.O.; Krieger J.E.; Pereira A.C. Cohort profile: the Baependi Heart Study-a family-based, highly admixed cohort study in a rural Brazilian town. BMJ Open. 2016 Oct 21;

12. PADILHA, K.; SILVA, G. V.; PIRES, T.; HORIMOTO, ANDRÉA R. V. R.; MALAGRINO, P. A.; GOIS, T.; KIERS, B.; OLIVEIRA, C. M.; ALVIM, RAFAEL DE OLIVEIRA; BLATT, C.; KRIEGER, J; PEREIRA, ALEXANDRE C. Serum metabolomics profile of type 2 diabetes mellitus in a Brazilian rural population. Metabolomics (2015 JCR): v.12, p.156 - , 2016.

13. ALVIM, RO; MOURAO-JUNIOR, CA; DE OLIVEIRA, CM; LIMA, RF; HORIMOTO, AR VR; HONG, VAC; BORTOLOTTO, LA; KRIEGER, JE; PEREIRA, AC Glycemic control and arterial stiffness in a Brazilian rural population: Baependi Heart Study. Diabetology&MetabolicSyndrome. v.7, p.86 - 92, 2015.

14. DE PAULA, L.K.G.; ALVIM, R.O.; PEDROSA, R.P.; HORIMOTO, A. R.V.R.; KRIEGER, J.E.; DE OLIVEIRA, C.M.; PEREIRA, AC.; LORENZI-FILHO, G. Heritability of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in a rural population. Chest (American College of Chest Physicians), 2015.

15. TAPOROSKI, TP.; NEGRÃO, AB.; HORIMOTO, AR. V. R.; DUARTE, NE.; ALVIM, RO.; DE OLIVEIRA, CM.; KRIEGER, JE.; SCHANTZ, MV; VALLADA, H; PEREIRA, AC. Shared Genetic Factors of Anxiety and Depression Symptoms in a Brazilian Family-Based Cohort, the Baependi Heart Study. Plos One. , v.10, p.e0144255 - , 2015.

16. ALVIM, RO; MOURAO-JUNIOR, CA; DE OLIVEIRA, CM; KRIEGER, JE.; MILL, JG.; PEREIRA, AC. Body Mass Index, Waist Circumference, Body Adiposity Index, and Risk for Type 2 Diabetes in Two Populations in Brazil: General and Amerindian. PlosOne. , v.9, p.e100223 - , 2014.

17. HOROMOTO, A. R.; DE OLIVEIRA, Jessica M; RUIZ GS.; SOLER, J. P.; KRIEGER, JE; PEREIRA, AC Genetic analyses of smoking initiation, persistence, quantity, and age-at-onset of regular cigarette use in Brazilian families: the Baependi Heart Study. BMC Medical Genetics (Online). , v.8 pag, p.01/08 - , 2012.

18. OLIVEIRA, KM; FUKUSHIMA, FB; OLIVEIRA, CM; ROSADO, IR; TORRES, BB; LAVOR, MSL; SILVA, CMO; MELO, EG. Head trauma as a possible cause of central diabetes insipidus in a cat. JournalofFeline Medicine and Surgery. , v.1, p.1 - 5, 2012.

19. HOROMOTO, AR; RUIZ GS.; OLIVEIRA, C; ALVIM, RO; SOLER, JM; de ANDRADE, M; KRIEGER, JE; PEREIRA, AC. Heritability of physical activity traits in Brazilian families: the Baependi Hearty Study. BMC Medical Genetics (Online). v.9, p.01/09 - , 2011.

20. RUIZ GS.; PEREIRA, AC; DE ANDRADE, M; DE OLIVEIRA, CM; KRIEGER, JE; SOLER, JM Genetic analysis of age-at-onset for cardiovascular risk factors in a Brazilian family study. Human Heredity. , v.68, p.131 - 138, 2009.

21. De Oliveira, C.M.; Pereira, A.C.; De Andrade, M.; Soler, JMP; Krieger, J.E. Heritability of cardiovascular risk factor in a Brazilian population: Baependi Heart Study. BMC Medical Genetics (Online). v.08, p.01 - 08, 2008.


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School Attended

  • Impact Planning, MIT Sloan School of Management
  • Catalyst Course in Down Syndrome, IMES At MIT
  • Innovative Leadership, Harvard University
  • The Challenges of Global Poverty, J-PAL MIT
  • Framingham Heart Study Boston University (BU)
  • Heart Institute / University of Sao Paulo (InCor-USP)
  • University of Sao Paulo (USP)
  • FMIT Medical School
  • FMIT Medical School

Job Titles Held:

  • Visiting Research Scholar
  • Faculty Instructor
  • Visiting Research Scholar
  • Supervisior
  • Visiting Research Scholar
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Endocrinologist

Degrees

  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Postdoctoral
  • Ph.D.
  • Specialist in Endocrinology
  • Specialist in Internal Medicine
  • M.D.

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