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Allan Doctor, MD

Allan Doctor, MD
CBOTH Center Director
Professor, Department of Pediatrics, School of Medicine

Phone: 410-706-7084

Allan Doctor, MD, directs the Center for Blood Oxygen Transport and Hemostasis (CBOTH), which addresses fundamental, challenging questions related to blood O2 transport and hemostasis, from a systems perspective, with attention to human biology, physiology and therapeutics.
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Lakeisha Wilson

Lakeisha Wilson, DBA
CBOTH Program Administrator
Department of Pediatrics, School of Medicine

Phone: 410-706-7086

Lakeisha Wilson acts as Research Administrator for clinical and basic research projects, directly managing research nurses and regulatory staff to support center clinical trials. She performs research budgeting; pre- and post-award administration; technology transfer administration; and research space planning. Lakeisha also provides administrative oversight to human subject compliance and ensures proper university protocols are being followed, as well as oversees all other administrative functions such as Information Technology and data development projects; capital equipment planning and management; general procurement; and accounting.

Additionally in her work, Lakeisha uses a strategic, long-range approach to establish goals necessary to implement CBOTH’s mission and strategic vision. She works closely with Scientific Director of Educator Programs to ensure researchers have funding guidance, current publications, research seminars, appropriate intellectual property support and administer training programs for post-docs and students.

LaRhonda Jackson
Administrative Coordinator
Department of Pediatrics, School of Medicine

Phone: 410-706-5170

LaRhonda Jackson joined CBOTH to provide administrative and clerical support to the faculty and staff. She is a graduate of Strayer University with a degree in Business Administration. Prior to her position with CBOTH, Ms. Jackson worked as an administrative assistant in the Harford County Public School System.

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