Jordan Kreidberg, MD, PhD
617-919-2959 or x2-2959
Dr. Kreidberg received his MD and PhD from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He completed his residency and at Boston Children's Hospital and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Whitehead Institute.
Dr. Kreidberg is Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School; Faculty Director of the Children's Office of Fellowship Training; and Director of Development and Stem Cell Research, Division of Nephrology, Boston Children's Hospital. He is a principal member of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute.
Jordan Kreidberg's principal research focuses on the understanding of the genetic mechanisms of organogenesis, with a focus on the urogenital system. The long term goal of this research is to devise stem cell-based regenerative therapies for kidney disease..
Dr. Kreidberg founded and serves as Faculty Director of the Office of Fellowship Training (OFT) at Boston Children's Hospital, which assists fellows to access resources through career development seminars and social functions and by identifying opportunities. As Faculty Director of the OFT, Dr. Kreidberg leads seminars in successful fellowships, basic science job search, basic research funding, and basic research publishing, makes recommendations on policy change for postdocs, and serves as mentor to Children's 750 postdoctoral research fellows.
Lu-Ann Pozzi, PhD
617-919-2961 or x4-2961
Dr. Pozzi received her PhD from UMASS Medical School in immunology/virology in 2004 and went on to do two postdoctoral fellowships at Harvard Medical School/New England Primate Research Center. While a postdoc at HMS, Dr. Pozzi served on the HMS/HSDM Postdoc Association Governing board for 6 years serving as its co-chair twice. In addition, Dr. Pozzi has served as a member of the National Postdoc Association's Advocacy committee for the past five years. Lu-Ann brings a rich history of experience to this position, both from her own experience as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard Medical School and through her extensive involvement and leadership of the Postdoctoral Association at Harvard Medical School.
Assistant to the Office of Fellowship Training
617-919-4282 or x4-4282
Christine Sinclair received her Master's degree in Women's health from Suffolk University in 2011. In the Fall of 2016, she begins a Master's program in Nutrition Interventions, Communication and Behavior Change / Didactic Program in Dietetics at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. Christine has years of experience conducting and facilitating trainings and workshops in health and wellness, in addition to diversity and professional development. This year, she will be conducting workshops for fellows on building advanced English conversation skills.