Dr. Stacey Kraemer

Dr. Stacey Kraemer joined UCLA’s Environment, Health and Safety in 2012 as Biological Safety Officer. She received a B.S. in Chemistry from Pomona College in Claremont, California in 1988 and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan in 1996 studying the transcriptional regulation of cyclooxygenases by environmental toxicants (e.g., dioxin) under a NIH Cardiovascular Traineeship.   Her research interests turned toward studying gene- and stem cell therapies for treatment of genetic lysosomal storage disorders with associated with pre- and perinatal neurological pathology in large animal model systems.   She continued this research using both large and small animal model systems as an Instructor at the Institute of Molecular Medicine and Genetics, Medical College of Georgia (MCG).  Dr. Kraemer subsequently transitioned into the role of Biological Safety Officer at the Division of Environmental Health and Safety at Georgia Health Sciences University in 2005, where she managed all aspects of the state’s Health Sciences University’s institutional biosafety program.   Dr. Kraemer is an active member of the American Biological Safety Association (ABSA) and holds professional credentials as a Registered Biosafety Professional (RBP) and Certified Biological Safety Professional (CBSP) from the American Biological Safety Association, and is a Specialist Microbiologist in Biological Safety Microbiology from the National Registry of Certified Microbiologists (SM[NRCM]).  She has served in on the Advisory Leadership Group and co-chaired the Distance Learning/Instructional Technologies Committee.

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