James Jay Elting
James Jay Elting, American biochemist. Achievements include patent for extraction and bioassay of parathyroid hormone. National Institutes of Health postdoctoral fellow, 1977-1980. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Elting, James Jay was born on October 6, 1948 in Mason City, Iowa, United States. Son of Jesse Loran and Neva Verdelle (Harding) Elting.
Bachelor of Science, University Iowa, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy, University Iowa, 1976.
Postdoctoral fellow Johns Hopkins University School Medicine, Baltimore, 1977-1980. Research biochemist Veterans Administration Medical Center, Kansas City, Missouri, 1980-1982. Senior staff scientist Immuno Nuclear Corporation, Stillwater, Minnesota, 1982-1983, Molecular Diagnostics, Inc., West Haven, Connecticut, 1983-1988, principal staff scientist, since 1988.
Adjunct assistan professor University Kansas City (Kansas) School Medicine, 1980-1982.
Achievements include patent for extraction and bioassay of parathyroid hormone.
Member editorial board Analytical Biochemistry, since 1990. Contributor 3 chapters to books, 16 articles and 18 abstracts to professional journals.
Member American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Married Julie Ann Van Duzer, June 24, 1972. Children: Ryan James, Andrew Scott.
Jesse Loran Elting
Neva Verdelle (Harding) Elting
Julie Ann Van Duzer
Ryan James Elting
Andrew Scott Elting