What a science mindset means to me:
A synergistic approach that combines creativity, flexibility, and evidence to devise solutions that explore beyond our boundaries.
Since joining Shift Health in 2020, Jamie Ching has supported a wide breadth of projects for academia, industries, and non-profits. These include developing strategic plans for research and commercialization activities, composing scientific communications, and conducting landscape assessments and opportunity evaluations. Jamie’s clients have included Biogen, Merck, Janssen, Queen’s University, and the International Aids Society.
Before Shift Health, Jamie completed a year-long internship at a top-10 pharmaceutical company, where she played a critical role in the initial certification of a sterile facility for vaccine manufacturing. Afterward, Jamie earned her MSc in Physiology and Pharmacology at Western University, specializing in the differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells into adipose stem cells using human induced pluripotent stem cells and CRISPR-Cas9. During her graduate studies, Jamie authored a peer-reviewed paper and was a recipient of the Canada Graduate Scholarship-Master’s Award from NSERC.