Dr. Erin Spiegel is the Director of Scientific Affairs at PharmaJet, a medical device company in Golden, Colorado, that has developed Needle-Free Injection technologies.
Prior to joining PharmaJet, Erin worked as a Senior Regulatory Specialist at Evergreen Research and Scientific Consultant at CBR International in regulatory strategy and development for medical devices, drugs, and biologics. Erin spent the first half of her career in biotech developing vaccines and biologics. She was instrumental in the successful design and development of a novel system for producing adenoviral gene transfer vectors for vaccines, gene therapy, and protein production. Erin has broad experience in genetics, virology, and molecular biology, with specific expertise in genetic engineering.
Erin’s doctoral research at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center focused on the creation and analysis of a mouse model of autism. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she studied genetic markers for reproduction in swine.