consultant - Boston

  • PhD, Program in Mechanisms of Disease and Therapeutics, Mount Sinai Graduate School, New York City
  • Postdoc at The Rockefeller University, New York City
  • Faculty member at the University of Birmingham, UK
  • Director of the Center for Advanced Microscopy and Nikon Imaging Center, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago
  • Currently the Executive Director, Research Infrastructure & Operations at Boston College
  • Experienced molecular-cell biologist, light microscopist, core facility director, and research administrator
  • Secretary of the Core Technologies for Life Sciences (CTLS) association
  • Author of two non-fiction science books for the non-specialist
  • Editorial Board Member for the journal Biotechniques
  • Nearly 20 years of experience teaching a wide range of subjects from genetics to cell biology, as well as technical training in lab practices and microscopy techniques
I believe that professional development activities are an essential component of any career in the sciences.  Having been a faculty member, principal investigator, facility director, and now as a research administrator, I have experienced academic research science through a wide variety of perspectives.  I have always enjoyed teaching, mentorship, and communication through media including writing, presentations, workshops, podcasts, and webinars.  Working with hfp Consulting is a way that I can share my experiences, learn and grow myself, and help others realize their career goals in ways that combine all of these different types of activities
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