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Graduates of the Molecular and Developmental Biology Graduate Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Research Foundation have gone on to careers in academia, industry, law, computer science and government.
Many have achieved postdoctoral fellowships in some of the top research laboratories in the country and advanced to faculty positions at leading universities and undergraduate colleges.
Program graduates also have reached leadership positions in business and the growing biomedical technology industry.
I highly value the rigorous training I received from the Molecular and Developmental Biology graduate program and regard it as a major factor for my career advancement. Not only was I surrounded by fantastic mentors, including my graduate advisor Katherine Yutzey, but I also was immersed in an environment that was extremely collaborative, academic, and technologically advanced. During my training, I became interested in the developmental biology of the eye and used it as a basis for my qualifying exam. After graduating, this experience led me to take a post-doctoral position at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in Richard Lang’s lab where I identified major mechanisms that contribute to the morphogenesis of the embryonic ocular lens. I have recently taken a position in the College of Optometry at The Ohio State University as an assistant professor where I plan to lead a research group to continue studying mechanisms of embryonic eye development.
Associate Dean, Shantou University Medical College, China
Principle Investigator, National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences
Director of Research Information Management, American Cancer Society
Director of Regional Medical and Research Specialsts, Pfizer, Inc.
Vice President of Global Regulatory Affairs & Quality, Kendle International Inc.
Chair & Professor of Biology, New York University
Executive Director of Regenerative Medicine, Pfizer, Inc.
Global Alliance Director, Hoffmann-La Roche
Scientist, Procter & Gamble
Neurosurgeon, Mayfield Clinic
Mary Beth Thomas
Vice President for Centers for Innovation Program, North Carolina Biotechnology Center
Major in the Medical Service Corps, US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense
Research Advisor, Lilly Research Laboratories, Eli Lilly & Company
Founder & Chief Science Officer, Intrexon Inc.
Assistant Professor of Human Genetics, Emory University
Staff Scientist in the Translational Research Institute, Scripps Florida
Project Manager, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Physiology & Developmental Biology, Brigham Young University
Scientific Writer, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Study Director in Developmental and Reproductive Biology, Covance
Postdoctoral Fellow in the Stewart Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah
Postdoctoral Researcher of Cell & Developmental Biology, University of California, San Diego
Postdoctoral Fellow, St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital
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