Experienced scientist specializing in space life sciences. A career of nearly 20 years in biomedical research with an emphasis in molecular and cell biology, and currently in aerospace medicine.
Notable professional experiences: Space life sciences research, including spaceflight human analog studies and adaptation to spaceflight and lunar/planetary environmental and habitat factors. Emphasis in animal and human research related to spaceflight. Coordination and implementation of ground analog platforms.
Previous academic research in the biological bases of ophthalmic conditions, circadian biology and molecular endocrinology. Extensive teaching and mentoring experience.
· Promoted advancement in multiple areas of both basic research and focused support of medical issues of critical importance to prime manned space efforts, and development of countermeasures.
· Developed projects in multiple disciplines, overarching spaceflight human and animal adaptation to spaceflight and lunar/planetary environmental factors.
· Developed independent lines of investigation in animal and human models of ocular and intracranial pressure conditions related to spaceflight
· Successfully obtained independent funding support as principal investigator via research grants
· Creatively established multiple collaborations between federal agencies and investigators in academia and private industry
• Coordination and implementation of ground flight analog studies involving a variety of physiological systems and platforms.
• Collaboration and daily participation, support for, and interactions with management, providing science input for critical decision-making in the areas of molecular bioanalysis, ophthalmology and analog models.
• Daily work interaction and collaborations with multiple university scientists, other research center scientists in working groups addressing the current most critical human space flight problems associated with long duration missions’ health, safety and research.
• Participation in survey efforts in search for suitable technologies to implement in-flight research bioanalysis and operational human health monitoring
• Innovation and crowd-sourcing efforts in the search of novel biomedical and health monitoring technologies of potential application in space exploration missions.
• Supervision of junior research personnel (postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and interns)
• Fluency with processes of study protocol approval through Institutional Review Boards and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees
· Strong written and oral communication skills
· Initiative and innovation
· Optimization of new technical approaches
· Effective project coordination, maximizing efficiency while completing simultaneous tasks
· Team oriented leadership personality
· High-energy, resourceful, independent, motivated and dedicated
· Multi-disciplinary scientific knowledge and experience
· Education and outreach competence
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