Programmatic planning and implementation for NHGRI Technology Development Coordination Center (TDCC). Interested in the development, application, and dissemination of novel genomic technologies.
Jeremy first joined The Jackson Laboratory in 2012 as a research assistant. He later became a genomic technologist for Genome Technologies at JAX where he contributed to providing faculty and staff expertise in next-generation and long-read sequencing project design, library preparation, and sequencing.
Jeremy is the research project manager, where he helps the TDCC share advances and best practices related to leading-edge genomic technologies with the broader scientific community. He works closely with the TDCC team to develop priorities for the Center’s work, creates engagement plans with grantees, and helps develop TDCC-initiated programs.