CHEEDY  JAJA

CHEEDY JAJA

Assoc Professor

Procter Hall

214

CON AD for Nursing Research - 0038

COLLEGE OF NURSING
ACADEMIC HEALTH CENTER
CINCINNATI, Ohio 45221

Professional Summary

My research interests are sickle cell disease (SCD) pharmacogenetics and implementation science. Currently, I am pursuing two related SCD research initiatives. Firstly, my recent tours (2014-2015) in providing clinical care to Ebola patients in Sierra Leone during the Ebola epidemic in West Africa created opportunities for a health systems strengthening SCD initiative. My principal partners in our SCD Project are Jericho Road Community Health Center (New York); Augusta University, Georgia); The Sierra Leone Sickle Cell Society (England); and the Sickle Cell Carers Awareness Network (Sierra Leone). The SCD project will establish patient cohorts in Cincinnati, Augusta, and Sierra Leone and will develop research initiatives to investigate the natural history of SCD in the patient cohorts. Currently, we have a registry of 150 pediatric patients and 38 adults with SCD. Funds from my faculty start-up package currently underwrites this project.

As an early-stage research scientist, my current research program also explores the role of drug metabolizing enzymes and transporter to identify at-risk SCD patients for analgesic drugs failure. Enabling this goal was the award of a K01 mentored research grant from the National Institutes for Health/National Institute for Nursing Research. We are currently building a robust pharmacogenetic research program centered on the clinical translation of inherited genetic correlates that would foster the development of algorithms for personalized selection of analgesics and psycho pharmacotherapy for the individual SCD patient. To date, we have genotype and determine the frequencies of 36 drug metabolizing enzymes (including the CYP2C8, CYP2C9, and CYP2C19) and transporters involved in differential variation in drug metabolism in sickle cell disease patient cohorts. My long-term research goal is to combine elements of pharmacogenetics, proteomic, and metabolomics for integrative “personalomics” profiling of SCD patients for individualized pain management and implementation research

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Sierra Leone Freetown, Sierra, 1987 (Philosophy & Political Science)

Master of Arts, Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, OH, 1992 (Philosophy)

Master of Arts, Ohio University Athens, OH , 1992 (African Studies)

Doctor of Philosophy, Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton, FL, 2001 (Public Policy & Public Administration)

Master of Public Health , University of Washington Seattle, WA, 2006 (Public Health Genetics )

Master of Nursing, University of Washington Seattle, WA, 2008 (Community Health Nursing )

Master of Nursing Science , Indiana University Indianapolis, IN, 2016 (Psych and Mental Health )

Master of Arts, Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio, 09-26-1991 (Political Science)

Research Support

Grant: #K01 NR012465 Investigators:JaJa, Cheedy 09-01-2013 -08-31-2015 National Institute of Nursing Research Pharmacogenetic Optimization of Analgesic Prescribing in Sickle Cell Disease Role:PI $93,736.00 Completed Level:National

Grant: #1K01NR012465 Investigators:JaJa, C. 2011 -2015 National Institute for Nursing Research (NINR) Pharmacogenetic Optimization of Analgesic Prescribing in Sickle Cell Disease Role:PI 200,000 Completed Type:Grant Level:National

Investigators:Cheedy Jaja 07-01-2016 -06-30-2017 of Nursing Dean’s Research Investigator Award College Psychosocial vulnerabilities in a Sickle Cell Disease Patient Cohort o Role:PI $5000 Active Type:Grant Level:University

Investigators:Cheedy Jaja & Matt Lyon 07-01-2015 -06-30-2017 Emergency Medicine Foundation – Emergency Nurses Association EMF-ENA Individualizing Patient Treatment for Sickle Cell Disease through Pharmacogenetics Role:Co- PI $50,000 Active Type:Grant Level:National

Publications

Published Abstracts

Jaja C, Gibson R, Kuchinski A, Lyon M. (2016. )Individualizing Patient Treatment for Sickle Cell Disease through Pharmacogenetics.

Jaja C. Patel N, Gibson R, Kutlar A. Pharmacogenetics Management of Stroke and Chronic Kidney Disease in Sickle Cell Disease.

Jaja C. Lyon M, Kutlar A. (2016. )Genetic variability of UGT2B7, CYP3A4, CYP3A5 and CYP2B6 DMETs in a sickle cell disease patient cohort. .[Abstracy]

Jenerette C, Jaja C, Brewer J. (2014. )Psychometrics of Sickle Cell Disease Health-related Stigma Scale.

Jaja C, Bateman K, Patel N & Kutlar A (2014. )CYP2C8 allele and genotype frequencies in adult sickle cell disease patients: implications for NSAIDs metabolism.

Jaja C, Bowman L, Gibson R, Lyon M, & Kutlar A. (2014. )CYP2C8 and CYP2C9 Preemptive genotyping in an adult sickle cell disease cohort. .[Abstracy]

Jaja C, Bowman L, Gibson R, Lyon M, & Kutlar K. (2014. )Frequencies of CYP2C9, CYP2C8, and CYP2C19 alleles related to antidepressants and NSAIDs metabolism in an adult sickle cell disease cohort. .[Abstracy]

Jaja C. (2013. )Prevalence of CYP2D6, CYP2C9 and CYP2C19 Allelic Variants in a Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Patient Cohort: Opportunities and Challenges for Pharmacogenetic Testing. .[Abstracy]

Jaja C, Kutlar A, Vega R. (2012. )NSAIDs Pharmacotherapy and CYP2C9 Allele Frequency in Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Patients.

Jaja C, Kutlar A, Vega R. (2012. )Prevalence of CYP2D6 Allelic Variants in a Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Patient Cohort.

JaJa, C. (2011. )Maternal Roles, Mental Health Problems and Sickle Cell Disease. .[Abstracy]

JaJa, C. (2010. )Hines-Dowell S. “Cytochrome CYP2C19 Allele Frequency in Sickle Cell Disease Patients: A Pilot Study. .[Abstracy]

JaJa, C. (2010. )Genomics Medicine and Health Disparities: Delineating Spaces for Critical Public Policy Engagement. .[Abstracy]

JaJa, C. (2009. )Hines-Dowell S. Pharmacogenetics Testing for Analgesic Therapeutics in Sickle Cell Disease Pain Management. .[Abstracy]

JaJa, C. (2009. )Clinical Pharmacogenetics and Analgesic Therapeutics for Sickle Cell Disease: A structured review.

JaJa, C. (2008. )Murthy V. Neonatal genetic screening for malignant hyperthermia: Technical and Ethical Considerations. .[Abstracy]

JaJa, C. (2008. )Clinical Pharmacogenetics and Sickle Cell Disease Therapeutics. .[Abstracy]

Jaja C, Burke W, Thummel K, Edward K, Veeenstra D. (2006. )The Prevalence of P450 Drug Metabolizing Enzyme Polymorphisms in Native American Populations: A Systematic Review. .[Abstracy]

JaJa, C. (2006. )Is a genetic test for malignant hyperthermia ready for prime time? Evaluation of the ryanodine receptor (RYR1) gene mutation test. .[Abstracy]

Jaja C, Burke W, Thummel K. (2005. )Perceptions of genetic risk and clinical utility of diagnostic testing: A case study of malignant hyperthermia. .[Abstracy]

Jaja C, Meslin E, Flockhart D. (2003. )Assessing Institutional Review Boards Experience with Pharmacogenetics Research. .[Abstracy]

Peer Reviewed Publications

Jaja, Cheedy; Bowman, Latanya; Wells, Leigh; Patel, Niren; Xu, Hongyan; Lyon, Matt; Kutlar, Abdullah (2015. )Preemptive Genotyping of CYP2C8 and CYP2C9 Allelic Variants Involved in NSAIDs Metabolism for Sickle Cell Disease Pain Management.Clinical and translational science, ,8 (4 ),272-80

Jaja, Cheedy; Patel, Niren; Scott, Stuart A; Gibson, Robert; Kutlar, Abdullah (2014. )CYP2C9 allelic variants and frequencies in a pediatric sickle cell disease cohort: implications for NSAIDs pharmacotherapy.Clinical and translational science, ,7 (5 ),396-401

Jaja, Cheedy; Gibson, Robert; Quarles, Shirley (2013. )Advancing genomic research and reducing health disparities: what can nurse scholars do?.Journal of nursing scholarship : an official publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing / Sigma Theta Tau, ,45 (2 ),202-9

Jaja, Cheedy; Pares-Avila, Jose; Wolpin, Seth; Berry, Donna (2010. )Usability evaluation of the interactive Personal Patient Profile-Prostate decision support system with African American men. Journal of the National Medical Association, ,102 (4 ),290-7

Jaja, Cheedy; Burke, Wylie; Thummel, Ken; Edwards, Karen; Veenstra, David L (2008. )Cytochrome p450 enzyme polymorphism frequency in indigenous and native american populations: a systematic review.Community genetics, ,11 (3 ),141-9

Jaja, C. (2011. )Maternal health problems and sickle cell disease .American Journal of Hematology, ,

Jaja, C. (2010. )Cytochrome CYP2C19 Allele Frequency in Sickle Cell Disease Patients: A Pilot Study .American Journal of Hematology, ,84 ,E30-3

Jaja C. (2009. )Clinical Pharmacogenetics and Analgesic Therapeutics for Sickle Cell Disease: A structured review. American Journal of Hematology, ,84 ,E33

Jaja C, Burke W, Thummel K, Edwards K, Veenstra D (2008. )The Prevalence of P450 Drug Metabolizing Enzyme Polymorphisms in Native American Populations: A Systematic Review. Community Genet, ,11 ,141-149

Miller H, Jaja C (2005. )Some Evidence of a Pluralistic Discipline: A Narrative Analysis of Symposium Articles. Public Administration Review 2005, ,65 ,728-738

Jaja, C. (2003. )Why Expressive Principles won’t do it either: A philosophical perspective. .Administrative Theory and Practice, ,25 ,104-109

Jaja C. (2003. )Foretelling our pharmacogenetic future. Nature Biotechnology , ,21 ,5

Jaja, Cheedy; Barrett, Nadine; Patel, Niren; Lyon, Matt; Xu, Hongyan; Kutlar, Abdullah (2016. )Progressing Preemptive Genotyping of CYP2C19 Allelic Variants for Sickle Cell Disease Patients.Genetic testing and molecular biomarkers, ,

Other Publications

JaJa, C. (2001. )Art and Life in Africa. Teaching History .A Journal of Method, 26 ,1

JaJa, C. (1999. )Southern Horrors and Other Writings: The Anti-lynching Campaign of Ida B. Wells, 1892-1900. Teaching History: A Journal of Methods , 24:1 ,

JaJa, C. (1998. )Democratization and the Postcolonial State. .African Philosophy , 11:2 ,

JaJa, C. (1998. )Hobbes’s Theory of Colonialism and the African Colonial Experience: Structural and Programmatic Affinities. .The American Philosophical Association Newsletter, 97 ,2-6

JaJa, C. (1997. )African Colonial State in Comparative Perspective. .Journal of Third World Studies,

JaJa, C. (1997. )The Hermeneutics of African Philosophy. .The American Philosophical Association Newsletters, 96 ,2

JaJa, C. (1996. )African Philosophy: Selected Readings. Teaching Philosophy , 19 ,2-4

JaJa, C. (1996. )Africans in the Americas. .Teaching History: A Journal of Methods,

JaJa, C. (1992. )African Philosophy: The Essential Reading. Dialogue, 34 ,2-3

Presentations

Invited Presentations

JaJa, C. (11-2014. )Feasibility of Preemptive Genotyping of CYP2C8, CYP2C9 and CYP2C19 Enzymes for Rational Pharmacotherapy in Sickle Cell Disease. International Society of Nurses in Genetics Annual Meeting,, Scottsdale, AZ. Level:National

Jaja C, Barrett N, Lyon M, Kutlar A. (08-2016. )Pharmacogenetics Guidelines for Management of Sickle Cell Disease Comorbidities. International Society of Nurses in Genetics, Annual Congress, Dublin, Ireland. Level:International

Jaja C, Bowman L, Patel N, Xu N, Kutlar A (07-2016. )Pulmonary Hypertension as a sickle cell disease emergency: Is there a role for preemptive pharmacogenetics testing? .6th International African Symposium on Sickle Cell Disease., Accra, Ghana. Level:International

Colloquium

JaJa, C. (04-2014).Frequencies of CYP2C9, CYP2C8, and CYP2C19 alleles related to antidepressants and NSAID metabolism in an adult sickle cell disease cohort. . Network of Minority Health Researchers Annual Meeting, NIH, Bethesda, MD. Level:National

Jaja C, Barrett N, Gibson R, Kutlar A.(01-2016).Drug Metabolizing Enzymes and Transporters Frequencies in a Sickle Cell Disease Patient Cohort. . 4th Caribbean Congress on Sickle Cell Disease Conference., Kingston, Jamaica.. Level:International

JaJa, C. (07-2010).Cytochrome CYP2C19 Allele Frequency in Sickle Cell Disease Patients: A Pilot Study. . 2010 Gordon Conference on Drug Metabolism, Holderness School, Holderness, NH.. Conference. Level:National

JaJa, C. (11-2008).Clinical Pharmacogenetics and Sickle Cell Disease Therapeutics. International Society of Nurses in Genetics annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. Professional Meeting. Level:National

JaJa, C. (11-2015).DMET Variants Involved in Opioid Analgesics Metabolism for Sickle Cell Disease Pain Management. International Society of Nurses in Genetics Annual Congress., Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.. Professional Meeting. Level:Regional

JaJa, C. (04-2015).Clinical Ethics and the Ebola Virus Disease: Perspective from an Ebola Treatment Unit in Sierra Leone. TaSkR – Bioethics Conference, Indiana University, Indiana, Bloomington, IN. Conference. Level:Regional

JaJa, C. (04-2015).Clinical Utility of Preemptive Genotyping of CYP2C19 allelic variants in Sickle Cell Disease Patient. Midwest Nursing Research Society, Indianapolis, IN. Professional Meeting. Level:Regional

JaJa, C. (02-2015).There is No Emergency in the Ebola Treatment Unit . Grand Round, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, GA. Other Institution. Level:Regional

JaJa, C. (04-2016).Personal Perspectives and Lessons from Ebola . UCCOM Global Health Interest Group and Partners in Health Engage Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. UC. Level:Local

JaJa, C. (04-2016).Analgesic Pharmacogenetics in Sickle Cell Disease . Children’s Hospital Medical Center Genetic Counseling Progam, Cincinnati, Ohio. Other Institution. Level:Local

JaJa, C. (11-2015).Working in an Ebola Treatment Center in Sierra Leone: Experience of a Clinical Volunteer. Children’s Hospital Medical Center Global Health Seminar, Cincinnati, Ohio. Other Institution. Level:Local

JaJa, C. (04-2015).Human Factors and Ebola Preparedness: Lessons for the Frontline. . Ebola Vigilance for Regional Preparedness Planners Workshop, Cincinnati, Ohio. UC. Level:Local

Lecture

JaJa, C. (03-1999. )African Philosophy and American Philosophy: Two Philosophical Enterprises Resting on Mistakes.” .Jacksonville, Florida. Conference. Level:National

JaJa, C. (04-1996. )“Who is Black? Defining Blackness in the United States.” .Broward County Regional Library, Pembroke Pines. Professional Meeting. Level:National

Paper Presentations

JaJa, C. (01-2000. )Outlining a Practical Use of Academic Public Administration Theorizing .Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Conference. Level:National

JaJa, C. (03-1998. )Public Administration: How to Understand its Theory and Practice Pragmatically. .Colorado Springs, Colorado. Conference. Level:National

JaJa, C. (09-1997. )Spatial Situatedness and Public Administration Theorizing. .Knoxville, Tennessee. Conference. Level:National

JaJa, C. (03-1997. )Hobbes’s Leviathan, Political Legitimacy and Theories of Colonialism. Richmond, Virginia. . Conference. Level:National

JaJa, C. (03-2000. )“African Philosophy as a Practice.” .Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota. Other Institution. Level:National

JaJa, C. (08-2000. )“Global Perspectives Project: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Teaching Global Issues.” .Alverno College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Other Institution. Level:National

JaJa, C. (06-1991. )“African Philosophy as Applied Philosophy.” .The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Other Institution. Level:National

Symposium

JaJa, C. (04-2013. )Prevalence of CYP2D6, CYP2C9 and CYP2C19 Allelic Variants in a Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease Patients. Miami, FL. . Level:National

Honors and Awards

2015 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Minority Fellowship Program (SAMHSA) & American Nurses Association (ANA) Fellowship Program

2014 Translational Science Research Presentation Award Network of Minority Research Investigators (NMRI) National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases

2013 Excellence in Nursing Research Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing, Beta Omicron Chapter

2012 Health Disparities Loan Repayment Program NIH/NIMHD

2010 Carl Storm Underrepresented Minority Fellowship (CSURM) Gordon Conference

2009 Information Technology Gateway Project Master Teacher Northeast Tech Prep Consortium

1999 Rockefeller Foundation Dissertation Fellowship Rockefeller Foundation

1999 SVHE Teaching Fellowship Society for Value in Higher Education

1998 Frederick Douglass Summer Teaching Fellowship West Chester University

1998 Graduate Students’ Summer Teaching Fellowship American Philosophical Association & American Association of Philosophy Teachers

1996 Individual Making Personal Achievement and Contribution Award Florida Atlantic University

1991 Outstanding Academic Performance in International Studies Award Ohio University

1991 Ford Foundation Summer Fellowship National Council for Black Studies

2016 Future Research Leaders Conference (FRLC) Fellow National Institutes for Health (NIH)

Student Advising

Natalie Merilus (Master )Committee Member Status:Completed 2014

Caroline Morrison (Doctoral )Committee Member

Cheryl Robinson (Doctoral )Committee Member Status:Completed 2012

Service

(Research and Scholarly Activities Council )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 2014 -To Present

(Faculty Search Committee )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 2014 -To Present

(University Library Committee )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2016 -To Present

University of Cincinnati (UC International Affairs Committee )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2016 -To Present

(Diversity and Inclusion in the Undergraduate Curriculum Initiative )Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2016 -To Present

Journal of Blood Medicine Reviewer Type:Community Service 2016

Planning Committee for the 2016 NMRI Mid-West Regional Workshop Member Type:Community Service 2016

International Society of Nurses in Genetics (2016 ISONG World Congress "Integrating Genetics Across Nursing Practice ) Reviewer Type:Community Service 2016

Foundation for Sickle Cell Disease Research (10th SCD Research and Educational Symposium ) Reviewer Type:Community Service 2016

Midwest Nursing Research Society (Midwest Nursing Research Society 40th Annual Research Conference ) Reviewer Type:Community Service 2016

Southwest Ohio District Science and Engineering Expo (Poster Judge )Other Type:Community Service 2016

American Nurses Foundation (Nursing Research Grant Reviewer )Reviewer Type:Community Service 2016

Midwest Nursing Research Society (Midcareer Scholars Task Force )Member Type:Community Service 2016

International Association of Sickle Cell Nurses and Physician Assistants (IASCNAPA Board of Directors and Executive Committee )Member Type:Community Service 2016

Develop Africa Board of Directors (Dream Home Orphanage )Member Type:Community Service 2016

International Society of Nurses in Genetics (Ethics and Public Policy Committee )Co-Chair Type:Community Service 2015

Network of Minority Research Investigators (Oversight Committee )Member Type:Community Service 2015 -2017

American Academy of Nursing (2014 State of the Science Congress on Nursing Research ) Reviewer Type:Community Service 2014

Journal of Medical Genetics and Genomics Member 2014 -To Present

Journal of Pain Research Reviewer 2013 -To Present

Western Journal of Nursing Research Reviewer Type:Community Service 2013 -To Present

African Journal of Hematology Reviewer Type:Community Service 2012 -To Present

Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine Reviewer Type:Community Service 2012 -To Present

Educational Research Journal Reviewer Type:Community Service 2011 -To Present

Journal of Health and Medical Informatics Outside 2010 -To Present

Positions and Work Experience

2013 -To Present Associate Professor, College of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Hematology & Oncology, Adult Comprehensive Sickle Cell Disease Center , University of Cincinnati , Cincinnati, Ohio

2013 -To Present Associate Professor, College of Nursing , University of Cincinnati , Cincinnati, Ohio

2013 -2013 Associate Professor , Biobehavioral Nursing, College of Nursing , Georgia Gegents University, Augusta, Georgia

2008 -2013 Associate Professor , Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Georgia,, Georgia Gegents University, Augusta, Georgia

2007 -2008 Research Assistant, Personal Patient Prostate Profile Study, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

2005 -2007 Research Assistant, Center for Genomic & Healthcare Equity , University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

2002 -2003 Post-doctoral Fellow , Center for Bioethics, Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana

2002 -2003 Visiting Professor, Department of Philosophy, Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana

1998 -2008 Professor (tenured/2002) , Highline College, Des Moines, Washington

1998 -1998 Frederick Douglass Teaching Fellow, Department of Philosophy, West Chester University, West Chester, Pennsylvania

1995 -1998 Graduate Assistant, School of Public Administration, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida

1994 -1998 Adjunct Instructor, Department of Philosophy, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida

1994 -1998 Adjunct Instructor, Department of Philosophy, Florida International University, Boca Raton, Florida

1994 -1998 Adjunct Instructor, Arts & Science Department, Miami Dade College, Miami, Florida

1992 -1998 Adjunct Instructor, Social Sciences Department, Broward College, Pembroke Pines, Florida

1989 -1992 Research Assistant, Philosophy Documentation Center, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio

Post Graduate Training and Education

2002-2004 Post-doctoral Fellow, Pharmacogenetics & Public Policy , Indiana University, ,Indianapolis, Indiana

Research and Practice Interests

My research interests are sickle cell disease (SCD), pharmacogenetics, and health care disparities. Currently, I am pursuing two related SCD research initiatives. First, my pharmacogenetics research program is centered on the clinical translation of inherited genetic variants in drug metabolizing enzymes, drug targets and transporters (DMETs) that would foster the development of algorithms for the appropriate selection of analgesics for pain therapy in SCD patients. Second, I am developing a SCD health systems strengthening and capacity building program in Sierra Leone designed to investigate the natural history of SCD in the African environment and implementation of a clinical training and SCD preventive care program.

Professional Affiliation

2016 -To Present: Board Member International Association of Sickle Cell Nurses and Physician Assistants,

2015 -To Present: Member Emergency Nurse Association,

2015 -To Present: Member American Nursing Association,

2014 -To Present: Member International Society for Psychiatric Nurses ,

2014 -To Present: Member Midwest Nursing Research Society,

2013 -To Present: Member Pharmacogenetics Research Network,

2012 -To Present: Member American Pain Society, Sickle Cell Disease Pain Group,

2012 -To Present: Member Pharmacogenomics Knowledge Base,

2011 -To Present: Member International Society of Community Genetics and Genomics,

2008 -To Present: Member International Society of Nurses in Genetics,

2008 -To Present: Member Sigma Theta Tau: International Honor Society of Nursing.,

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Preferred Information

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Contact Information

Academic - COLLEGE OF NURSING
ACADEMIC HEALTH CENTER
Ohio, 45221
Phone: 513 558 5296
jajacy@ucmail.uc.edu