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Education, Honors & Awards
University of Pennsylvania
Biology/Medical Technology (1981)
• Awarded MedImmune Patent of the year 2014-“Treatment of polybacterial infections.” • MedImmune Paper of the year 2014 -“A multifunctional bispecific antibody protects against Pseudomonas aeruginosa”. • Finalist: Medimmune Science Day Top 10 Posters 2012 -“Evaluation of anti-Alpha Toxin mAb and Vancomycin combination therapy in a Murine MRSA Pneumonia Model”
Highly skilled and innovative Microbiologist with extensive experience leading and conducting pre-clinical models of inflammation/infectious disease. Science team leader, supervisor, mentor and trainer. Instrumental in performing evaluations for licensing and acquisition opportunities of therapeutic biologicals, antibodies, small molecules and antibiotics. Proficient in leading in vivo and in vitro infectious disease research models and projects. Project manager “Animal Rule” studies.
Evaluation of antibody and antibiotic combination therapy, antiviral and antibacterial combination therapy, host response during infection Antibiotic PK/PD Small animal modeling
Jamese J. Hilliard has been in her profession over 25 years, and is currently working at GSK as a Senior Development Scientist. She is working on antibacterial therapy for biothreat pathogens. She has worked in the pre-clinical research side but now is focusing on the clinical aspects of research. Previously, she Directed in vivo discovery and development activities for antibody and antibiotic-antibody combination therapies. Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach with internal and external resources to achieve goals. She has a Doctoral Degree from Rutgers University in NJ in Microbiology, 1993. She is part of the American Society for Microbiology. She is always willing to try new things and learn something new, and is most proud of work she did getting antibiotics to patients. She is looking forward to networking and connecting with other like-minded professionals, and gaining the recognition and credibility of being a member.
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