Kathleen obtained a PhD in Neurosciences at the University of Rochester Medical Center where she studied multi-organ communication following stroke. Kathleen is currently Associate Consultant at Eli Lilly and Company. She is also a Regulatory Medical Writer. Kathleen’s love of reading is what has molded her into the neuroscientist she is today, curious, inquisitive and hardworking. Many of her experiences are centered around dissecting scientific ideas and generating a cohesive story. Kathleen has experience communicating scientific research through yearly seminars, conferences and writing manuscripts and has collaborated with scientists both within and outside her research group. These collaborations have enabled her to receive funding from the American Heart Association and have given her the opportunity to manage a project. Projects Kathleen has worked on include encompass neuroscience, immunology, and lung biology.
Articles by Kathleen Miller-Rhodes
During my first year of graduate school, I learned how to isolate bone marrow. I remember watching my mentor in awe, wondering how would I be able to do such a difficult technique. Flash forward to a few weeks later and I was confidently undertaking bone marrow isolation. Learning a new technique is always daunting,…