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Lawyer

Jeffrey Louis Light, American lawyer. Achievements include invention of computer software to predict the function of genes in the fruit fly. Recipient Associated Press Scholar With Distinction, ETS, 1997, Outstanding Spokesman for Freedom, Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1997; Intramural Research Training Award, National Institutes of Health, 1996, Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training, National Science Foundation, 2000.

Background

Light, Jeffrey Louis was born on November 15, 1979 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Enid L.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Biology, BioChemistry and Economics. International Baccalureate degree. Master of Science, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 2001.

Career

Research intern unit on Medical Research Institute National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1994—1996. Policy research intern secretary's advisory committee on genetic testing National Institutes of Health, 1999—2000. Webmaster Gryphon Technologies, LLC, Washington, 1999.

Science and regulatory intern Pharmaceutical Researchers and Manufacturers American, 2001. Committee clerk for subcommittee on human rights, Latino affairs, and property management Washington District of Columbia City Council, 2002. Director International Center Education about Aging, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1997—2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of computer software to predict the function of genes in the fruit fly.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Web designer (webpage) LinkAge 2000 (ThinkQuest First Place, Interdisciplinary Category, 1997). Contributor chapters to books, articles.

Membership

Assistant to the president Virginia Partisans, Arlington, Virginia, 2002—2003. Member of American Intellectual Property Law Association.

Connections

father:
Enid L.. Light