Dr. Jamie Boehmer serves as a Managing Director at McAllister & Quinn, where she provides strategic support to clients in the healthcare sector by identifying and matching client research strengths with federal funding opportunities and by providing proposal development and project management support. With over 20 years of research, administration, and proposal development experience, Jamie has deep knowledge of the federal funding landscape and extensive experience coalescing and managing interdisciplinary research teams. Throughout her experience in research development, Jamie has been instrumental in securing over $100 million in sponsored research funding.
Prior to joining McAllister & Quinn, Jamie held several senior research administration positions in academia and the federal government. Most recently, Jamie served as the Executive Director for Biomedical, Clinical & Health Sciences Research Development at the University of Arizona, leading a team of research development professionals and supporting faculty in their pursuit of extramural funding from federal and foundation sponsors in the biomedical, clinical, and health sciences areas. Jamie also served as the inaugural Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies and as interim Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs within the University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine, where she developed and oversaw an innovative multidisciplinary veterinary research program. In the federal sector, Jamie served as a Program Officer within the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Research and Development, where she managed the pre-and post-award of proposals within the clinical trials, epidemiology, and infectious disease intramural research portfolios. Prior to her tenure at the VA, Jamie served as a Research Biologist at the FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine Office of Research, where she directed a proteomics-based biomarker research program focused on host-pathogen interactions
Jamie has a B.S. in Animal Science from the University of Maryland and an M.S. in genetics from Virginia Tech. Jamie earned her Ph.D. in Animal Science (Biochemistry) from the University of Maryland, where her research focused on the use of proteomics-based mass spectrometry techniques to characterize innate host. Jamie currently resides in Shelbyville, Kentucky but is a native of the Washington Metropolitan Area.