Health care research assistance
Jessica Nault has extensive experience conducting research that can be translated and commercialized to positively impact health care and patient health.
Prior to joining Quarles, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow, where she strived to advance breast MRI using novel diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) techniques and contrast-enhanced MRI strategies to better detect and characterize breast cancer. With a solid understanding of MR physics, an intimate knowledge of the current state of the MR field and its future, extensive experience with literature exploration and the ability to understand new technological landscapes, Jessica seeks to apply her scientific background in a new way.
As a former researcher, Jessica assists inventors and research institutions by thoroughly understanding and appreciating their novel technologies and creatively pursuing valuable protection of their work.
- University of Minnesota (Ph.D., 2020)
- Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering
- University of Denver (B.S., magna cum laude, 2014)
- Major: Physics