Title: Laboratory Leader
Company: Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center
Location: Fort Gordon, Georgia, United States
Jeanette R. Little, Laboratory Leader at the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in telemedicine and research.
Drawing upon nearly three decades of professional experience, Ms. Little is a preeminent figure in the fields of research and telemedicine, which is known as the remote diagnosis and treatment of patients. Serving as a laboratory leader of the Mobile Health Innovation Center in the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center in Fort Gordon, GA, since 2013, she has also recently lent her expertise to the United States Army as a capability area manager with Medical Research and Materiel Commend since 2017. In these prominent positions, she oversees the next generation of research activities for mobile and virtual health within the military. In the next phase of her career, she hopes to invent operational research plans on how to insert intelligent agents and other medical assessment tools into the hands of war soldiers.
Alongside her primary endeavors, Ms. Little is an assistant adjunct professor of the medical illustration graduate program at Augusta University, a task she has held since 1997. Prior to these illustrious roles, she formerly served as a project manager for The Geneva Foundation at the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center, as well as a government liaison in the Center of Excellence for Remote and Medically Under-Served Areas at Saint Francis University. Earlier in her career, she was the chief medical illustrator at Eisenhower Army Medical Center, Director of Multimedia for the Center for Total Access, and the Director of the Augusta office of the Allen Corporation of America, among other prestigious roles.
Ms. Little holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Hope College and a Master of Science in Medical Illustration from Augusta University. Throughout her career, she has contributed myriad articles to such professional journals as the International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management, the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, Military Medicine, and the Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine. In addition, in an effort to remain aware of recent industry changes, she has maintained affiliation with the American Telemedicine Association, the Association of Medical Illustrators, the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society, Rotary International and the Special Operations Forces Medical Association. She is also an honorary member of the Society of Military Flight Surgeons.
As a testament to her profound success in the health care industry, Ms. Little has accrued multiple accolades throughout her career. A grantee of JPC-1, the U.S. Army Medical Command, the Army Medical Department, the Advanced Practice Center for East Central Health District VI, and the United States Simulation and Training Command, she has been presented with an Official Army Commendation, an Army Certificate of Achievement, and a Distinguished Alumnus of the Year honor from the School of Allied Health Sciences at the Medical College of Georgia. In addition, she received a two Scientific Poster Awards at the Annual Meeting of the American Telemedicine Association and a Superior Civilian Service Award, among many others.
Although she has amassed dozens of awards throughout her career, Ms. Little is most proud of when one of the mobile health solutions, mCARE, a secure mobile application to improve communication among wounded warriors, doctors and third parties, garnered the U.S. Army’s Greatest Inventions Award for 2010.
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