Adeline currently works across Red Cell Partners, a technology incubation firm; DEFCON AI, a modeling and simulation company creating novel tools for mobility decision making and planning; and Zephyr AI, a healthcare technology company building new tools for reshaping precision medicine. At her primary role at Red Cell Partners, she works on strategies and communications for scaling new companies in healthcare and national security.
Alpha Beta Scientific Communications LLC (ABSC) was her former self-owned business, founded in 2021, where she worked as a consultant with a wide range of industries—ranging from biotech and healthcare companies to academic and medical associations—on scientific and medical communications and strategic projects.
Before ABSC, Adeline was the Scientific Editor with the Radiological Society of North America where she performed substantive structural editing in manuscripts from Radiology: Imaging Cancer, Radiology: Artificial Intelligence, Radiology: Cardiothoracic Imaging, as well as Radiology. In this role she participated in writing research highlights, as well as a review and editorials on COVID-19.
Adeline completed her postdoctoral work at Northwestern University, working on immunotherapies in prostate cancer.
She earned her PhD in 2019 from Iowa State University in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. She worked with pigs with severe combined immunodeficiency. Working with the cross-disciplinary team at Iowa State University, she developed one of the first reports on immunologically humanizing pigs with SCID (see here).
Additionally, she is an author on 20 peer-reviewed publications, ranging in topics from swine biomedical models (pigs with severe combined immunodeficiency), cancer, and radiology. See her PubMed page to see the list.