Rocky Mountain University of Health, USA
Jessica Immonen has completed her BS in Biology at the University of Dayton, Ohio, Master’s degree in Anatomy and PhD in Anatomy at Pennsylvania State University’s, College of Medicine. She defended her dissertation on work in translational drug therapy for diabetic wound healing and presently, she is working as a Faculty at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. Her work on diabetic wound healing received the 2015 Best Clinical Paper Award from the Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine. Currently, she teaches courses in gross anatomy, neuroscience and physiology and serves as the Co-Chair of the Department of Anatomy and Physiology. Her primary research includes work on osteoarthritis of the knee using cadaveric models and earned her the 2017 Young Faculty Honorarium from the American Association of Anatomists.