Julia Omotade joined Isaacson, Miller as an Associate in 2018. As a scientist, Julia brings valuable insight into the regulatory, organizational and scholastic environment surrounding the academic and clinical healthcare system. Prior to joining the firm, Julia completed her PhD in Cell Biology (Neuroscience) from Emory University, where she used advanced microscopy to study the intricate processes underlying brain development. At Emory, Julia co-founded and served as President of Emory Science Advocacy Network (EScAN), a graduate student group that promotes federal biomedical research funding through advocacy and education. In this role, Julia fostered dialogue between scientists, national scientific societies, and legislators in order to pitch the need for federal funding in a climate of shrinking resources for biomedical research. As a result, Julia was awarded the Emerging Public Policy Leadership Award by The American Institute of Biological Sciences for her leadership and contributions to science and science policy.
- BS, Biology, The Catholic University of America
- PhD, Cell Biology (Neuroscience), Emory University