Approaching Thirty Years in Science: What Has Happened, and What Should Have Happened, in That Time

Part 3

Jarrod Bailey, Ph.D. ā€“ CCS Director of Science and Technology

Approaching Thirty Years in Science: What Has Happened, and What Should Have Happened, in That Time Part III: A Shift that Will Revolutionize Biomedical Science.
Dr. Jarrod Bailey, Director of Science and Technology at the Center for Contemporary Sciences, is sharing his journey through the years as a scientist in the second of his new three-part blog series. In Part III Dr. Bailey discusses a shift that will revolutionize biomedical science.
Dr. Bailey received his Ph.D. in Genetics from Newcastle University, England, then spent seven years investigating the possible genetic causes of premature birth in humans, using human tissues.
For the past 16 years, Dr. Bailey has worked for a number of organizations in the U.S. and the U.K., evaluating the human relevance of animal experiments in many areas of biomedical research and drug/product testing, and promoting the use of human-specific research methods in their place.
Dr. Jarrod Bailey, Director of Science and Technology at the Center for Contemporary Sciences, is sharing his journey through the years as a scientist in the third of his new three-part blog series.

This is the third of a three-part blog, describing my journey through my scientific career, from the end of my days as a student, through to working with the Center for Contemporary Sciences.


From Center for Contemporary Sciences, June 16, 2021 https://www.contemporarysciences.org/resources/39