Patricia Anastasia DeLeon, Jamaican biology educator. Recipient Bio-Med Research award, National Institutes of Health, 1983-1991, Research award, March of Dimes, 1991, National Science Foundation, 1991, since 1992, University Delaware Research Foundation, 1977-1978, since 1997; fellow Council fellow, 1972-1975; grantee, National Institutes of Health, 1980-1988, since 1997.
Research assistant Pathology department University West Indies, Kingston, 1967-1969. Post doctoral fellow McGill University, Montreal, 1972-1975, sessional lecturer agronomy department, 1975-1976. Assistant professor biology department University Delaware, Newark, 1976-1981, associate professor biology department, 1981-1991, professor biology department, since 1991.
Visiting scientist department pediatrics Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1983—1984. Visiting faculty University Pennsylvania School Medicine, 1993—1994. Member recombinant DNA advisory committee National Institutes of Health, Washington, 1992—1996, member study section, since 2000.
Member institutional review board Medical Center Delaware, 1989—1992. Trustee University Delaware, Newark, since 1992.
Member executive advisory committee March of Dimes, Wilmington, Delaware, 1985—1988. Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, International Monce Genome Society, Society for Study of Reproduction, American Society Andrology, Genetics Society of Canada, American Society Human Genetics, Sigma Xi.
1967 - 1969
1972 - 1975
1976 - 1981
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