Dr. Jaime Horton
Chief Scientific Officer
Dr. Horton currently manages the chemistry review of FastPatentPartner's databases of pharmaceutical patent and antitrust litigation and FDA citizen petitions. She is also responsible for conducting the quality control processes critical to the maintenance of these databases, and is involved in the development of the FastPatentExpert product.
Dr. Horton has extensive knowledge in the sciences, from basic laboratory research to biotechnology and biomedical engineering applications. With experience in both public and private sector research and development, Dr. Horton has worked on a variety of projects
from chip-based microfluidic bacterial and viral protein fingerprinting to automated in vitro isolation and perfusion of cells for cardiovascular and orthopedic regenerative therapies. Within molecular and cellular biology, Dr. Horton's focus has been on non-infectious mediators of inflammation in preterm birth, and more recently, the involvement of calcium channels in heart disease. Her programming experience includes analysis of a compartmental model for novel radiopharmaceutical investigation and development of a mathematical model to assess cerebral hemodynamics during arterial pressure changes.
University of Hawaii Ph.D., summa cum laude,
Cell and Molecular Biology, 2010
Yale University B.S., cum laude,
Biomedical Engineering, 2004
- American Chemical Society
- Association for the Advancement of Science
Horton JS, Yamamoto SY and Bryant-Greenwood GD. Relaxin augments the inflammatory IL6 response in the choriodecidua. Placenta 2012; 33:399-407.
Horton JS, Yamamoto SY and Bryant-Greenwood GD. Relaxin modulates proinflammatory cytokine secretion from human decidual macrophages. Biol Reprod 2011; 85:788-86.
Horton JS, Yamamoto SY and Bryant-Greenwood GD. Identification of the relaxin-responsive cells in the human choriodecidua at term. Ann NY Acad Sci 2009; 1160:136-7.
Sapra R, Gaucher SP, Lachmann JS, Buffleben G, Chirica GS, Comer JE, Peterson JW, Chopra AK and Singh AK. Proteomic analyses of murine macrophages treated with Bacillus anthracis lethal toxin. Microb Pathog 2006; 41:157-167.
Chirica G, Lachmann J and Chan J. Size exclusion chromatography of microliter volumes for on-line use in low-pressure microfluidic systems. Anal Chem 2006; 78:5362-5368.