Jessica K. Lerch, Ph.D.
|2001-2008||Neuroscience||Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States|
|2008-2012||Neurosurgery||The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis|
|2012-||Neuroscience||Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH|
I completed my PhD in the laboratory of Dr. Evan Deneris at Case Western Reserve University ('01-'08). After I went for a postdoc at the University of Miami at the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis with Drs. Vance Lemmon and John Bixby. I became Research Assistant Professor at Ohio State University in November 2012 and an Assistant Professor at OSU in October 2015.
I grew up in southeastern North Carolina and loved science and math from as early as I can remember. I am happy I have been able to make a career for myself in Neuroscience.
Mean distance: 15.5 (cluster 11)
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|Lerch JK, Buchser W. (2017) Functional Genomics and High Content Screening in the Nervous System. Molecular and Cellular Neurosciences. 80: 159-160|