- Division of Neuroscience, Development and Aging – DNDA
- Emerging Technologies and Training in Neurosciences – ETTN
- Study Section:
- Small Business: Neuroscience Assay, Diagnostics and Animal Model Development Small Business SEP – ETTN (13)
Susan Gillmor serves as the Scientific Review Officer in ETTN for Fellowship (F01B: Learning and Memory, Language, Communication and Related Neurosciences) and for Small Business (ETTN P 13: Neuroscience Assay, Diagnostics and Animal Model Development Small Business) study sections. Previously, she was a faculty member of the chemistry department at George Washington University. She won a NSF fellowship pursing her doctoral studies, and after defending her dissertation on DNA microarrays, she joined a start-up company. She returned to academia as a post doc and then established her own lab at George Washington University focusing on cell membranes and lipids. Specifically, her lab investigated antimicrobial peptide lysing of lipid bilayers and nanoparticle biocompatibility for use as ROS therapies in brain disorders, like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.