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  • 1. Natalie  DeWitt   2839  Pierce  St.  #1   San  Francisco,  CA  94123   Natalie.dewitt49@gmail.com   (415)  748-­‐9168     SUMMARY     Fifteen  years  of  experience  in  scientific  publishing  at  prestigious  journals.  Experience  in   managing  teams  and  projects  at  translational  research  and  funding  institutes  to  create   multimillion-­‐dollar  resources  for  scientists  to  accelerate  their  research,  and  to  introduce   new   technology   platforms   for   drug   discovery.     Launched   a   successful   consulting   firm   specializing  in  providing  services  to  a  large  base  on  international  clients  on  publishing   strategy,  scientific  and  regulatory  writing,  and  grant  writing.         WORK  EXPERIENCE     Expert  Consultant   NDA  Partners      -­‐      Rochelle,  VA    -­‐  June  2015  to  Present   Responsibilities   • Scientific,  medical,  and  regulatory  writing  and  editing  for  biotechnology  companies     Accomplishments   • Produced  an  extensive  briefing  document  for  review  by  the  FDA  on  the  behalf  of  a   biotechnology  company       Skills  Used   • Ability  to  work  virtually  with  a  large  team  to  advance  strategy  and  writing  of  the       FDA  briefing  document   • Ability  to  quickly  grasp  complex  scientific  concepts  and  new  technologies  to   develop  a  meticulous  and  exhaustive  document     Founder  and  Sole  Proprietor   Accendo  Science  Editing      -­‐      San  Francisco,  CA    -­‐    February  2012  to  Present   Responsibilities   • Writing,  editing  and  revising  grants   • Conceptualizing,  writing,  and  editing  opinion  pieces,  reviews,  and    white  papers   • Editing  manuscripts  to  maximize  the  clarity  and  impact  of  the  work   • Tailoring  manuscripts  to  the  clients’  publication  of  choice   • Providing  recommendations  for  optimum  data  presentation
  • 2.   2     Accomplishments   • Building  a  client  base  of  more  than  15  international  clients   • Provided  strategy,  writing,  and  editing  for  top  tier  journals  including  Cell,  Cancer   Cell,  Nature,  Nature  Neuroscience,  Nature  Communications,  PNAS,  Nature   Methods,  PLOS,  and  others   • Writing  and  editing  of  grants  that  scored  highly  and/or  achieved  funding     Skills  Used   • Launching  and  managing  a  successful  business   • Clear,  concise,  and  effective  writing  and  editing   • Ability  to  quickly  attain  sufficient  mastery  of  complex  scientific  subjects   • Ability  to  develop  publication  and  communication  strategies  for  a  wide  spectrum  of   subject  matter   • Ability  to  work  under  short  timelines  to  deliver  on  time,  well-­‐executed  projects     Director  of  Research  Development   Baxter  Laboratory,  Stanford  University      -­‐      Stanford,  CA    -­‐    June  2014  to   June  2015   Responsibilities   • Identified  a  diverse  portfolio  of  funding  opportunities   • Conceptualized,   wrote,   and   edited   a   range   of   funding   proposals   for   industry,   government,  and  non-­‐profits   • Designed  and  wrote  content  for  websites  and  social  media  sites   • Supported  scientific  staff  at  all  levels  to  develop  and  execute  research,  publishing,   and  funding  strategy   • Edited  and  critically  evaluated  grant  and  fellowship  applications  of  scientific  staff     Accomplishments   • Wrote  grants  and  proposals  with  successful  outcomes   • Developed  new  content  and  design  for  laboratory  website   • Identified  numerous  new  funding  opportunities     Skills  Used   • Project  and  team  management   • Ability  to  effectively  work  with  diverse  range  of  scientists  at  all  stages  of  their  career   • Concise,  clear,  and  effective  scientific  writing  and  communication
  • 3.   3   Special  Projects  Officer   California   Institute   for   Regenerative   Medicine       -­‐       San   Francisco,   CA     -­‐     August  2011  to  June  2014   Responsibilities   • Managed  creation  of  vital  new  resources  for  the  stem  cell  community  through   innovative  funding  initiatives.     • Conducted  field  research,  workshops,  and  analysis  to  determine  unmet  needs  in   resources  for  stem  cell  research  scientists   • To  persuade  stakeholders  to  support  projects  through  oral  communication  and   written  concept  statements,  commentaries,  and  whitepapers     Accomplishments   • Secured  approval  from  board  for  $40M  genomics  centers  and  $70M  clinical  trial   centers     • Worked  with  cross-­‐functional  teams  to  write  and  release  RFAs  for  new  initiatives   • Organized  programs  for  stem  cell  conferences,  managed  conference  funding   program,  and  managed  partnerships  with  scientists  and  Keystone  to  implement   • Represented  CIRM  in  international  and  California  forums  through  presentations  and   publications   • Led  effort  to  launch  new  journal  section  in  Stem  Cells  Translational  Medicine,  to   provide   for   forum   for   CIRM-­‐   conducted   research.   Supported   CIRM   scientists   in   populating  this  section  with  commentaries  and  primary  research  reports   • Participated  in  primary  research  article  on  HLA  matching  in  banking  for  stem  cell   research     Skills  Used   •  Effective  long-­‐term  project  management  for  multiple  parallel  projects     • Ability  to  communicate  with  board  members,  scientists  in  the  stem  cell   community,  policy  makers,  and  colleagues  at  CIRM  to  create  complex,  multi-­‐ million  dollar  projects   • Ability  to  effectively  network  with  scientific  community,  publishers,  and  non-­‐ profits  to  advance  research  and  funding  goals     • Ability  to  persuade  through  written  and  oral  communication  using  a  range  of  outlets
  • 4.   4   Director  of  Scientific  Affairs  and  Basic  Research   Institute  Pasteur  Korea      -­‐      South  Korea,  -­‐    February  2010  to  August  2011   Responsibilities   • Directed   and   managed   scientists   and   budgets   in   translational   research   institute   aimed   at   pharmaceutical   development   drugs   using   a   combination   of   computer   science  and  cell  biology  approaches.   • Strategic  planning  and  execution  of  restructuring  to  more  clearly  focus  IP-­‐K  from   basic  to  translational  and  pre-­‐clinical  research.   • Led   communications   team   to   develop   website,   social   media,   annual   reports,   and   scientific  publications     Accomplishments   • Successfully  secured  funding  from  government  grants  and  partnerships  with   pharma,  and  helped  manage  complex  relationships  with  government  funders   • Managed  institutional  budgets  and  alignment  of  scientific  milestones   • Directed  communications  team  for  proactive  messaging  to  stakeholders  in   government,  the  scientific  community  and  general  public,  using  appropriate   mechanisms  ranging  from  social  media  to  annual  reports.   • Led  Scientific  Affairs  team  providing  full  support  to  R&D  including  seminars,   workshops,  consultants,  quality  assurance,  and  internal  and  external  reviews.   • Organized  successful  international  conference  on  stem  cell  science  that  attracted   leading  scientists  across  Korea  and  abroad.   • Launched  novel  stem  cell  program  using  human  IPS  cells,  and  successfully  forged   collaboration  with  top  international  Alzheimer’s  scientists  to  initiate  screening.   • Directed  writing  and  production  of  annual  reports  and  progress  reports  detailing   institution-­‐wide  research  and  business  development  activities.     Skills  Used   • Financial  expertise  in  managing  a  $12M  research  budget   • Effective  communication  in  a  variety  of  mediums  to  diverse  stakeholders   • Ability   to   attract   international   scientists   and   publishing   experts   as   collaborators,   visitors,  potential  recruits,  and  consultants   • Skillful  management  of  a  diverse  international  team  of  scientists,  administrators,  and   PR  staff
  • 5.   5   Senior  Editor   Nature        -­‐      San  Francisco,  CA    -­‐    January  2001  to  February  2010   Responsibilities   Vetting   and   peer   review   of   stem   cell   and   developmental   biology   manuscripts,   representing   Nature   at   conferences,   forums,   workshops   and   in   seminars,   and   writing  articles  and  editorials  on  diverse  research  areas.  Founding  Editor  of  Nature   Reports  Stem  Cells,  an  innovative  website  providing  dynamic  and  timely  content  on   stem  cell  research.     Accomplishments   • Attracted  and  published  high  impact  papers  across  a  range  of  fields,  and   managing  the  peer  review  process.   • Developed  and  implemented  policies  for  quality  controls  for  stem  cell  research   and  publications    at  Nature.   • Wrote  numerous  Nature  editorials  and  news  stories,  scientific  highlights,  and   press  releases  (selected  clips  provided  on  pages  5-­‐6),  targeting  a  range  of  audiences   and  stakeholders.   • Conceived,  developed  and  launched  the  innovative  social  media  sites  Nature   Reports  Stem  Cells,  the  blog  The  Niche,  and  Inside  the  Paper.   • Editor  within  cross-­‐functional  teams  that  developed  and  executed  new  social   media  sites,  conferences,  and  print  supplements.   • Launched  the  San  Francisco  editorial  office  in  2001  and  provided  leadership  and   ambassadorial  roles,  representing  Nature  editorial  at  conferences,  events,   workshops,  and  site  visits.   • Public  speaker  and  thought  leader  on  stem  cells  at  outlets  such  as  seminars,   radio,  podcasts,  television,  and  print  media.   • Represented  Nature  at  conferences     Skills  Used   • Project  management  for  diverse  print  and  online  products   • Ability  to  grasp  and  communicate  complex  ideas   • Dynamic  speaking  ability  to  diverse  audiences   •  Ability  to  effectively  communicate  with  a  range  of  international  scientists  in  their   capacities  as  authors,  reviewers,  and  policy  makers
  • 6.   6   Research  Editor   Nature  Biotechnology      -­‐      New  York,  NY    -­‐    January  1999  to  January  2001   Responsibilities   Vetting   and   peer   review   of   a   diverse   selection   of   research   manuscripts   in   biotechnology.  Contributed  writing,  editing,  and  organizing  for  many  sections  of  the   journal  and  sister  journals  (Nature).         Accomplishments   • Oversaw  peer  review  for  numerous  manuscripts  across  a  broad  range  of  topics   • Participated  in  organization  of  Nature  Biotech  Agricultural  Biotechnology  (London)   and  yearly  Miami  Symposia   • Wrote  editorials  and  research  highlights   • Commissioned  article  on  Agricultural  Biotechnology  for  Nature  Insight     Skills  Used   • Effective  written  and  oral  communication   • Ability  to  identify  exciting  and  novel  research  based  on  discussions  or  submissions   from  articles   • Ability  to  distill  the  most  relevant  scientific  information  from  scientific  literature  and   effectively  communicate  it  to  diverse  audiences     EDUCATION     NIH  Postdoc  Fellowship  in  Cell   Biology   Yale  University  School  of  Medicine   New  Haven,  CT       1995-­‐1999     Postdoc  in  Cell  Biology   Princeton  University   Princeton,  NJ   1994-­‐1995     PhD  in  Cell  and  Molecular  Biology   University  of  Wisconsin   Madison,  WI     1988  to  1994
  • 7.   7   BS  in  Biochemistry   University  of  Maryland     College  Park,  MD     1982  to  1987     ADDITIONAL  INFORMATION     WEBSITES     Natalie  DeWitt's  Linked  In  Profile   Accendo  Science  Editing   Nature  Reports  Stem  Cells       SCIENTIFIC  AND  SCHOLARLY  PUBLICATIONS     • Pluripotent  Stem  Cell  Progressing  to  the  Clinic.    Trounson,  A  and  DeWitt,  ND.     Nature  Reviews  Cell  and  Molecular  Biology,  in  press.   • Challenging  Regeneration  to  Transform  Medicine.    Tsukamoto,  A.,  Abbot,  SE,   Kadyk,  LC,  DeWitt,  ND,  Schaffer,  DV,  Wertheim,  JA,  Whittlesey,  KJ,  Werner,  MJ.   Stem  Cells  Translational  Medicine,  2015,  Stem  Cells  Translational  Medicine,  2015,   Jan;5(1):1-­‐7.   • Proceedings:  Human  Leukocyte  Antigen  Haplo-­‐Homozygous  Induced  Pluripotent   Stem  Cell  Haplobank  Modeled  After  the  California  Population:  Evaluating  Matching   in  a  Multiethnic  and  Admixed  Population.  Pappas,  D.  J.,  Gourraud,  P.  A.,  Le  Gall,  C.,   Laurent,  J.,  Trounson,  A.,  DeWitt,  N.,  &  Talib,  S.  Stem  Cells  Translational  Medicine,   2015,  4(5),  413-­‐418.   • How   California   Institute   for   Regenerative   Medicine   Research   Programs   Support   Science  and  Regulatory  Policy.    Lomax,  GP,  DeWitt,  ND,  Millan,  M,  and  Feigal,  E.     Stem  Cells  Translational  Medicine,  2014,  673-­‐674.   • Somatic  cell  transfer  in  Oregon:    Expanding  the  Pluripotent  Space  and  Informing   Research  Ethics.    Lomax,  GP  and  DeWitt,  ND.    Stem  Cells  and  Development,  2013,   Dec  4,  22(S1),  pages  25-­‐28.   • Alpha  Stem  Cell  Clinics:  Delivering  a  New  Kind  of  Medicine      DeWitt,  ND,    Lomax,  G.,  Millan,  M.  Feigal,  E.,  Trounson,  A.  (Whitepaper  available   upon  request).   • Pluripotent  Stem  Cells  from  Cloned  Embryos:    Success  at  Long  Last   Trounson,  A.  and  DeWitt,  ND.    Cell  Stem  Cell    Volume  12,  Issue  6,  6  June  2013,   Pages  636–638
  • 8.   8   • Disease  Modeling  with  Induced  Pluripotent  Cells.    Trounson,  A,  Shepard,  K,  DeWitt   ND.    Current  Opinions  in  Genetics  and  Development  2012  Oct;22(5):509-­‐16.  doi:   10.1016/j.gde.2012.07.004     • Direct  Conversion  of  the  Heart:    A  simple  twist  of  fate.    DeWitt,  ND  and  Trounson,   A.    EMBO  J.    20  April  2012;  doi:10.1038/emboj.2012.114   • Stem  cell  biology:  Towards  the  reality  of  cell  therapeutics.  Trounson  A,  Dewitt  ND.     Nat  Cell  Biol.  2012  Apr  2;14(4):331.  doi:  10.1038/ncb2469.   • Building  stem-­‐cell  genomics  in  California  and  beyond.   DeWitt,  ND,  Yaffe,  MP,  and  Trounson,  A.   Nature  Biotechnology,  2012,  Jan:  30:    20-­‐25.   • The  Alpha  Stem  Cell  Clinic:    A  model  for  evaluating  and  delivering  stem  cell-­‐based   therapies.       Trounson,  A,  DeWitt,  ND  and  Feigal,  E.   Stem  Cells  Translational  Medicine,  2012:    Jan:    9-­‐14.   • Epitope-­‐tagged  constructs  of  the  yeast  plasma-­‐membrane  H(+)-­‐ATPase.  dos  Santos   CF,  DeWitt  ND,  Gupta  SS,  Allen  KE,  Slayman  CW.  IUBMB  Life.  2000  Feb;49(2):153-­‐9   • Evidence  for  a  salt  bridge  between  transmembrane  segments  5  and  6  of  the  yeast   plasma-­‐membrane  H+-­‐ATPase.Gupta  SS,  DeWitt  ND,  Allen  KE,  Slayman  CW.  J  Biol   Chem.  1998  Dec  18;273(51):34328-­‐34   • Structure-­‐function   relationships   in   transmembrane   segments   4,   5,   and   6   of   the   yeast  plasma-­‐membrane  H(+)-­‐ATPase.  Ambesi  A,  Dewitt  ND,  Petrov  VV,  Sen  Gupta   S,  Slayman  CW.  Acta  Physiol  Scand  Suppl.  1998  Aug;643:107-­‐13   • Phosphorylation  region  of  the  yeast  plasma-­‐membrane  H+-­‐ATPase.  Role  in  protein   folding  and  biogenesis.  DeWitt  ND,  dos  Santos  CF,  Allen  KE,  Slayman  CW.   J   Biol   Chem.   1998   Aug   21;273(34):21744-­‐51   A   transgene   encoding   a   plasma   membrane   H+-­‐ATPase   that   confers   acid   resistance   in   Arabidopsis   thaliana   seedlings.  Young  JC,  DeWitt  ND,  Sussman  MR.  Genetics.  1998  Jun;149(2):501-­‐7.   • Targeting   of   two   Arabidopsis   H(+)-­‐ATPase   isoforms   to   the   plasma   membrane.   DeWitt  ND,  Hong  B,  Sussman  MR,  Harper  JF.  Plant  Physiol.  1996  Oct;112(2):833-­‐44.   • A  novel  Ca2+-­‐binding  protein,  p22,  is  required  for  constitutive  membrane  traffic.   Barroso  MR,  Bernd  KK,  DeWitt  ND,  Chang  A,  Mills  K,  Sztul  ES.  J  Biol  Chem.  1996  Apr   26;271(17):10183-­‐7.   • Immunocytological   localization   of   an   epitope-­‐tagged   plasma   membrane   proton   pump   (H(+)-­‐ATPase)   in   phloem   companion   cells.   DeWitt   ND,   Sussman   MR.   Plant   Cell.  1995  Dec;7(12):2053-­‐67.     • The  stroma  of  higher  plant  plastids  contain  ClpP  and  ClpC,  functional  homologs  of   Escherichia   coli   ClpP   and   ClpA:   an   archetypal   two-­‐component   ATP-­‐dependent   protease.  Shanklin  J,  DeWitt  ND,  Flanagan  JM.  Plant  Cell.  1995  Oct;7(10):1713-­‐22.   • Analysis   of   the   H(+)-­‐ATPase   and   other   proteins   of   the   Arabidopsis   plasma   membrane.  Schaller  GE,  DeWitt  ND.  Methods  Cell  Biol.  1995;50:129-­‐48.     • Evidence  for  a  plasma  membrane  proton  pump  in  phloem  cells  of  higher  plants.   DeWitt  ND,  Harper  JF,  Sussman  MR.  Plant  J.  1991  Jul;1(1):121-­‐8.     • The   Arabidopsis   thaliana   plasma   membrane   H(+)-­‐ATPase   multigene   family.   Genomic  sequence  and  expression  of  a  third  isoform.  Harper  JF,  Manney  L,  DeWitt   ND,  Yoo  MH,  Sussman  MR.  J  Biol  Chem.  1990  Aug  15;265(23):13601-­‐8.
  • 9.   9   • Nonradioactive   Screening   Method   for   Isolation   of   Disease-­‐Specific   Probes   To   Diagnose  Plant  Diseases  Caused  by  Mycoplasmalike  Organisms.  Lee  IM,  Davis  RE,   Dewitt  ND.  Appl  Environ  Microbiol.  1990  May;56(5):1471-­‐1475.     SELECTED  WRITING  SAMPLES     • Feigal,  Ellen  G.,  and  Natalie  D.  DeWitt.  "The  Proceedings  of  the  California  Stem  Cell   Agency."  Stem  cells  translational  medicine  3.6  (2014):  671-­‐672.   • New   sources   of   sex   cells   Nature   452   (7190)   ,   913   -­‐   913   (2008)   doi:   10.1038/452913a     • DeWitt  N.  Metarandom  states  push  cell  fate  Nature  Reports  Stem  Cells  (2008)  doi:   10.1038/stemcells.2008.84     • DeWitt   N.   Regenerative   medicine   Nature   453   (7193)   ,   301   -­‐   301   (2008)   doi:   10.1038/453301a     • DeWitt   N.   Biologists   divided   over   proposal   to   create   human–mouse   embryos   Nature  420  (6913)  ,  255  -­‐  255  (2002)  doi:  10.1038/420255a     • Standards  for  papers  on  cloning  news@nature  439  (7074)  ,  243  -­‐  243  (2006)  doi:   10.1038/439243a     • A  dog's  life  Nature  436  (7051)  ,  604  -­‐  604  (2005)  doi:  10.1038/436604a     • Every  little  helps  Nature  437  (7062)  ,  1065  -­‐  1065  (2005)  doi:  10.1038/4371065a     • DeWitt,  N.  A  Y3K  bug  Nature  Biotechnology  18  (2000)     • DeWitt,  N.  A  golden  bowl  of  rice  Nature  Biotechnology  17  ,  831  (1999)     • A  Human  Stem  Cell  Project?  Nature  418  (6893)  ,  1  -­‐  1  doi:  10.1038/418001a     • Avoiding  a  chimaera  quagmire  Nature  445  (7123)  ,  1  -­‐  1  doi:  10.1038/445001a     • Good  eggs  news@nature  432  (7013)  ,  1  -­‐  1  doi:  10.1038/432001a     • Aldhous   P,   DeWitt   N.   Fertility   news@nature   432   (7013)   ,   37   -­‐   37   doi:   10.1038/432037a     • Baker  M,  DeWitt  N.  Asymmetric  cell  division  goes  awry  in  aging  stem  cells  Nature   Reports  Stem  Cells  doi:  10.1038/stemcells.2007.55     • Baker   M,   DeWitt   N.   Plentiful   possibilities   in   pericytes  Nature   Reports   Stem   Cells   doi:  10.1038/stemcells.2007.54     • DeWitt  N.  Angiogenesis  Nature  438  (7070)  ,  931  -­‐  931  doi:  10.1038/438931a   • DeWitt  N.  bone  and  cartilage  Nature  423  (6937)  ,  315  -­‐  315  doi:  10.1038/423315a     • DeWitt   N.   Cultured   ES   Cells   Come   Unstuck   Nature   Reports   Stem   Cells   doi:   10.1038/stemcells.2007.1     • DeWitt  N.  Sharpening  the  focus  on  Crumbs  Nat.  Rev.  Genet.  3  (4)  ,  239  -­‐  239  doi:   10.1038/nrg790     • DeWitt  N.  Transdifferentiation  under  scrutiny  Nat.  Rev.  Genet.  3  (5)  ,  321  -­‐  321  doi:   10.1038/nrg811     • DeWitt   N.   DNA   repair   keeps   aging   blood   stem   cells   healthy   and   strong   Nature   Reports  Stem  Cells  doi:  10.1038/stemcells.2007.37     • DeWitt   N.   Don't   trust   green   hearts   Nature   Reports   Stem   Cells   doi:   10.1038/stemcells.2007.56
  • 10.   10   • DeWitt  N.  Inside  the  Paper:  Cloning  from  chromosomes  Nature  Reports  Stem  Cells   doi:  10.1038/stemcells.2007.30     • DeWitt   N.   Inside   the   Paper:   Rewriting   in   blood:   blood   stem   cells   may   have   a   surprising  origin  Nature  Reports  Stem  Cells  doi:  10.1038/stemcells.2007.42     • DeWitt  N.  Mouse  genome:  A  high-­‐resolution  atlas  Nat  Rev  Genet  4  (1)  ,  4  -­‐  4  doi:   10.1038/nrg988     • DeWitt  N.  Parsing  pluripotency:  the  role  of  Sox2  Nature  Reports  Stem  Cells  doi:   10.1038/stemcells.2007.8     • DeWitt   N.   Stem   cell   meeting   2007:   Routes   and   roadblocks   on   the   way   to   cures   Nature  Reports  Stem  Cells  doi:  10.1038/stemcells.2007.52     • DeWitt  N.  Stem-­‐cell  Biology  Nature  441  (7097),  1059  -­‐  105  doi:  10.1038/4411059a     • DeWitt  N,  Baker  M.  Welcome  to  Nature  Reports  Stem  Cells,    Nature  Reports  Stem   Cells  doi:  10.1038/stemcells.2007.2     • DeWitt  N,  Knight  J.  Biologists  question  adult  stem-­‐cell  versatility  Nature  416  (6879)   ,  354  -­‐  354  doi:  10.1038/416354a

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