Catherine has over 25 years of experience in directing scientific research. She has extensive experience in scientific research and writing including ongoing regulatory-based and trial-related client projects. Her recent work has focused on human drugs/devices, clinical trials and pharmacovigilance and safety. As an assistant professor, Catherine’s research and teaching was focused on immune responses, viruses and cannabinoids. Her Ph.D. is in Molecular Biology from Princeton University. Catherine’s peer-reviewed publications and patent span her years of laboratory research, and she continues to blog, review manuscripts submitted to journals and judge medical/life science abstracts, posters and awards. She has publicly published and presented her own research and scientific findings, including internationally, in over 100 venues.