Dr. Jeremy: ScienceDocs Pharmacology Editor and Grant Writer
Dr. Jeremy, PhD (Pharmacology, 1976) has over 30 years of experience doing funded biomedical research and over 20 years consulting with academic research scientists, both basic and clinical, on the preparation and writing of their grants and manuscripts. He has been a faculty member at Chicago Medical School and Loyola Medical School, a Senior Research Scientist in the Veterans Administration, Project Manager for two clinical trials and Director of Scientific Research at a biotechnology firm whose focus has been on cancer prevention and treatment (including targeting cancer stem cells). He was the recipient of an NIMH Postdoctoral Fellowship and a NIA Senior Post-Doctoral Fellowship.
He has been the PI on NIH, VA, Department of Defense, and Foundation grants (including Phase I and II SBIR grants) and Co-I on others. He is first author or co-author on over 140 peer-reviewed scientific publications, several editorials and book chapters, and a book. Although his own research has been in basic and translational work in neuroscience (Neurology, Psychiatry, Alcoholism), Gastroenterology, Oncology, and Complementary and Alternative Medicine, he has, as a scientist and consultant, accumulated wide experience in biological and chemical mechanisms of many human diseases and human aging. He is familiar with many quantitative methods of analysis, including mathematic modeling. His experience coupled with strong writing and editing skills allow him to present complex scientific points to experts and to translate them into easily understandable language for non-experts.
Dr. Jeremy has been (1) conducting/publishing biomedical research and (2) writing/editing biomedical research grants ever since. In his conduct of biomedical research he was Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator of 15 funded grants (and author or coauthor of over 140 peer-reviewed manuscripts). These included grants from the NIH (R01; SBIR Phases I and II, junior and senior post-doctoral fellowships), the Veterans Administration (two Merit Review grants), the U.S. Department of Defense, and Private Foundations. While a Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow of the National Institutes of Health, he conducted, as Project Manager, two clinical trials in older Americans investigating Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Approaches to Health. As a grant writer/grant editor/consultant he has helped hundreds of scientists, in many biomedical fields, and with many levels of experience, make their grant applications more fundable.
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