Stephanie N. has had a diverse range of work experiences. Stephanie began their career in 2003 as an Undergraduate Research Assistant at Syracuse University, where they conducted functional analysis on regulatory sequences controlling gene expression. In 2004, they worked as a Summer Research Intern at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute, validating cancer gene expression data.
In 2005, Stephanie joined the National Institutes of Health as a Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Trainee, investigating the pathophysiology of multiple endocrine neoplasia type I. Stephanie quickly learned and mastered biochemical procedures during this time.
Stephanie then pursued graduate studies at the University of California, Irvine, where they served as a Graduate Research Assistant from 2006 to 2012. Their work focused on the role of Christopher C. W. Hughes in their research. During this time, they also held teaching assistant positions, furthering their academic experience.
In 2013, Stephanie took on the role of Postdoctoral Fellow at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute, where they honed their skills in their field. Stephanie also briefly worked as an Assistant Specialist at UC Irvine during the same period.
Finally, Stephanie joined Frontier Science & Technology Research Foundation, Inc. (FSTRF) in 2014. Stephanie progressed through various roles within the company, starting as a Protocol Data Manager and eventually becoming the Chief Data Manager. Stephanie demonstrated expertise in coordinating and managing data throughout their time at FSTRF.
Stephanie N. earned their high school diploma from Hamburg High School in 2001. Stephanie then pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Syracuse University, which they completed in 2005. Stephanie continued their education and obtained a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from UC Irvine in 2012.
In addition to their formal education, Stephanie has also obtained several certifications. In February 2014, they completed the "Good Clinical Practice: An Introduction to ICH GCP Guidelines" certification offered by the Association of Clinical Research Professionals. At the same time, Stephanie also obtained a certification in "Medical Terminology" from UC San Diego Extension. Stephanie further enhanced their knowledge by completing the "Protecting Human Research Participants" certification offered by the National Institutes of Health Office of Extramural Research. In November 2012, Stephanie completed the "Writing in the Sciences" course offered by Coursera.
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