Lyndsey Meyer is a Senior Scientist at Pfizer supporting the Internal Medicine Research Unit in the areas of metabolic disease and heart failure. Lyndsey graduated from Binghamton University with a BS degree in Biochemistry before obtaining her PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University at Buffalo under the guidance of Dr. Dhaval Shah. At Buffalo, her thesis focused on understanding the mechanism of weight loss with oxidative phosphorylation uncouplers for the treatment obesity. Her research leveraged techniques spanning from in vitro cell culture of adipocytes to in vivo experiments to mathematical modeling to evaluate the pharmacokinetic-
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