John Dreixler is a biomedical researcher and studies biomarkers for different clinical studies, for example the role of Siglec 9 in Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrom (ARDS) as well as Activin A and aspirin in pre-eclamptic women and subsequent cardiac issues, at the University of Chicago.

“I want to help students and new alums navigate the sciences and academia, especially with necessity of post-graduate degrees for various employment possibilities.”

Graduation year: 1983

Post-grad: Doctor of biological sciences/neuroscience

Major: Biology

Campus activities: Gamma Alpha Beta fraternity

Work Experience
  • biomedical researcher and studies biomarkers
  • Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrom (ARDS) and University of Chicago
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