Martina Jerant serves as the manager for the Center for RNA Biomedicine at the University of Michigan. Using collaborative tools like Strategic Doing, Creative Problem Solving, and Grant Sprints, Martina leads diverse groups of students, faculty, and researchers to collaboratively work across disciplines, build community and generate innovative ideas to advance RNA research and education across the University of Michigan.
Martina completed her undergraduate degree in Biology from Brown University and received her Master’s in Public Health from Columbia University.
Strategic Doing™ Certified Workshop Leader (2019)
U-M Staff Impact Awardee (2020)
Level 1 Certification – Foundations of Creative Problem Solving (2021)
Level 2 Certification – Creative Problem Solving Tools(2021)