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consultant , Biomedical scientist

Jeri Linda Hill, American biomedical scientist, consultant. Our Lady of the Lake University scholar, 1967; University California-Berkeley fellow, 1973, National Research Council (Ford) fellow, 1985, University California Presidential fellow, 1986; recipient Human Services award City of Los Angeles, 1986, Image award College Bounders Committee, 1980.

Background

Hill, Jeri Linda was born on September 6, 1949 in San Antonio, Texas, United States. Daughter of Oscar Earl Senior and Geraldine Latricia (Dilworth) Hill.

Education

Bachelor, Our Lady of the Lake, 1971. Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Berkeley, 1983.

Career

Counselor in biomedicine University California, Berkeley, 1979-1980, instructor biomedical science, 1979-1982, teaching assistant microbiology and immunology, 1980-1982. Patient representative Children's Hospital, Oakland, California, 1974-1981. Instructor School Podiatric Medicine, San Francisco, 1983.

Rheumatology fellow University of California at Los Angeles, 1983-1987. Research associate University Turku, Finland, since 1987. Language consultant, Turku, since 1988, science, academy consultant, Turku, since 1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles and reviews to professional journals.

Membership

Executive member Metro Harbor Fair Housing Council, Los Angeles, 1984-1986. Counselor Inner City Youths, San Francisco, 1975-1983. Lecturer Equals, Bay area, 1980-1983.

Member Turku Microbiol. Society, American Society for Microbiology, New York Academy of Sciences, American College Rheumatology, American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Connections

father:
Oscar Earl Senior Hill

mother:
Geraldine Latricia (Dilworth) Hill