Jamie oversees the imaging portfolio with a particular emphasis on PET tracer development. She is responsible for building and advancing the alpha-synuclein tracer development program, one of the highest research priorities for MJFF.
Prior to joining MJFF Jamie was a research scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where she used PET imaging to evaluate the efficacy of gene therapy approaches for Parkinson’s disease.
Jamie received her B.S. and Ph.D. in Biological Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley.
Jamie is passionate about her job at MJFF and loves living in the greatest city in the world.