Jennifer Hemingway serves a Senior Research Associate of the Neiman Institute. Currently, she serves many different functions in the Neiman Institute. Jennifer conducts statistical analysis using SAS in support of a variety of research projects and manages the data purchases and DUAs for the Institute's data center.
Jennifer graduated with her Masters of Science in Epidemiology from the University of Cincinnati. Previously she worked as a research assistant at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Her undergraduate degree is also from the University of Cincinnati in Biology with a concentration in cell/molecular.
Duszak, R., Walls, D. G., Wang, J. M., Hemingway, J., Hughes, D. R., Small, W. C., & Bowen, M. A.. 2015. "Expanding Roles of Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants As Providers of Nonvascular Invasive Radiology Procedures.," Journal of the American College of Radiology, 12(3): 284 - 289.
Gao, Fei, Xinghong Ma, Allison Rusie, Jennifer Hemingway, Alicia B Ostmann, Daesuk Chung, and Sanjoy K Das. 2012. “Epigenetic Changes through DNA Methylation Contribute to Uterine Stromal Cell Decidualization.” Endocrinology 153 (12) (December): 6078–90. doi:10.1210/en.2012-1457.