Jeri-Anne Lyons, PhD, completed her Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 1989. She earned her PhD in Microbiology/Immunology from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1997 under the guidance of Dr. Robert Fritz, studying T cell migration into the central nervous system in an animal model of multiple sclerosis (MS). She was a fellow of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society from 1997-2000, studying the role of B cells and antibody in MS pathogenesis under the guidance of Dr. Anne Cross at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. She remained at Washington University until 2003, when she joined the faculty of the Department of Health Sciences, Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program, at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. She has investigated the mechanisms of action of photobiomodulation therapy with visible and near infrared light at improving the clinical course of disease in an animal model of MS since 2006. In collaboration with Dr. Alexander Ng (Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI), she is translating this work into clinical MS. She is currently Associate Vice President for Research, Dean of the Graduate School, and Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Northern Colorado.
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