Jeremiah N. Winter

Jeremiah N. Winter received his B.S. in biology from Cornerstone University, where he gained a deep appreciation for Christian colleges, and his Ph.D. in molecular medicine from Penn State University College of Medicine. Following his undergraduate work, he worked as a research assistant at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. At Penn State he studied the mammalian target of rapamycin pathway, which is involved in multiple processes, including muscle hypertrophy. His research has led to publication in the American Journal of Physiology – Cell Physiology (August 2010). Dr. Winter counts himself blessed to be at Emmanuel College, and gives God all the glory for bringing him to Franklin Springs.

About Perspectives

PERSPECTIVES aims at bringing the exciting world of science to a larger audience who may not have the requisite knowledge to understand complex and technical research findings as those published in conventional journal articles.

Perspectives articles are very simplified and summarized version of scientific researches. These articles tell a simple story about the research, the findings and their applications in such a manner that the article is understood by people who do not have the requisite background knowledge on the subject.