Jacqueline M McBride - Senior Scientist, OMNI Biomarker Development

Jacqueline M McBride

Senior Scientist, OMNI Biomarker Development

"Imagination is more important than knowledge"
13
Years at Genentech
22
Publications
7
Awards & Honors

I am native Scot and Basic Immunologist. I began my science career at the university of Glasgow in one of the first Immunology degree courses offered in the UK. I continued to grow my passion for science in Europe at the IMP Biocenter in Vienna looking to understand the mechanisms of dendritic cell tolerance. From here I sought to expand my knowledge in Clinical Immunology at Stanford School of medicine and then joined the postdoctoral program at Genentech in Immunology discovery. I soon realized my passion and curiosity was in biotechnology and translational science and joined the OMNI-Biomarker development group in Development Sciences as a Scientist. I currently work as a Scientist and a Biomarker Subteam leader and supporting the development of novel therapeutics such as Influenza A, Etrolizumab, and anti- PD-L1 combos.

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