Jeremy received his PhD from the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, studying the molecular mechanisms of neurotransmission. He then pursued postdoctoral training at Stanford University with Professor Axel Brunger. There he created a novel assay to examine functional and structural properties of synaptic vesicles ex vivo using a combination of fluorescence imaging and cryo-electron tomography. During this time, he co-developed software to analyze cryo-electron tomograms rapidly and in parallel. He continues to be an active contributor to the computational side of tomography data processing.

Besides his scientific interests, Jeremy is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys whitewater rafting, hiking and can’t wait to introduce his son to these activities. He has completed multiple months-long hundreds of miles unsupported trips throughout his life. He also likes movies.

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