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Medical and Pharmaceutical Research Resume

Desired Industry: Healthcare SpiderID: 75606
Desired Job Location: Columbus, Ohio Date Posted: 6/17/2015
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 00000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Detail-oriented and dedicated
professional with more than 10 years of
well-honed expertise in laboratory and
clinical research and

molecular genetics, complemented with
hands-on knowledge of various
statistical analysis, quantitative
analysis, and research


Recognized for unparalleled work ethic,
ability to efficiently manage multiple
priorities, and commitment to perform
beyond goals and

Well-versed in various cell and
molecular biology techniques, such as
cell culture, gram staining, Western
blotting, cell

transfection, PCR, RT-PCR, and protein
purification and analysis
Adept at leading and performing with
high-caliber teams of professionals to
deliver high quality results
Equipped with hands-on skills in both
laboratory research and clinical
Expert at applying various analytical
methods to generate reports and
experimental results for scientific
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
(Word and Excel), LabCorp software
(LCWS), and 1100 system


Professional Experience

LabCorp - Dublin, OH
Technologist Trainee, Department of
Microbiology 2012–Present
Initiate medical testing, such as
biochemical testing and gram staining,
for various patient samples to identify
specific pathogenic

bacterial infections
Utilize Tecan EVO auto pipettor and Gen-
Probe Leader 50i to perform DNA testing
and provide recommended course of
treatment for

physicians to enhance patient outcomes
Employ hands-on knowledge in determining
all common bacterial infections in
blood, urine, genitals, throat, and
wounds at 130%

productivity with optimal quality; use
Vitek 2 system to identify appropriate
drug solutions to treat patients
Exemplify adeptness in using the
BacT/ALERT 3D system in performing gram
stains on the blood bench
Perform as the shift representative for
the Corporate Wellness Program, which
entails communicating with all employees

encouraging good eating and fitness
habits aligned with Corporate Wellness
Team guidelines

Research Experience

Ohio State University - Columbus, OH
Research Assistant, Department of
Neurology 2007–2009
Performed comprehensive research and
clinical trials on multiple sclerosis
treatment and progression
Applied various methodologies and
techniques, such as Western Blot and
PCR/RT-PCR analysis, to extract and
purify RNA, DNA, and

protein from study patient blood samples
and determine levels of proteins of
Took charge of preparing patient urine
and blood samples for transfer to other

Research Assistant 2, Department of
Neuroscience 1999–2006
Conducted hands-on research on various
aspects of human brain tumors, including
receptor function, enzyme activity, cell

tumor motility, and invasion through
PCR, RT-PCR, and protein analysis using
Western blotting, thymidine
incorporation measurements,

and cell transfection
Leveraged technical skills in using
Microsoft Excel to identify
glioblastomas protein levels
Actively participated in drafting
experimental results and detailing
procedures in peer-reviewed scientific
Assumed responsibility in managing
radiation safety log books in storing P-
32 and H-3 isotopes for radiation safety
review, as well

as procuring common laboratory equipment
and reagents


Education and Credentials

Bachelor of Science in Molecular
Genetics, Jun 1997
The Ohio State University - Columbus, OH

Certificate of Achievement (ISO-
00700.a), National Incident Management
System (NIMS)


Professional Affiliation

American Association of Bioanalysts


Additional Information:


Malek, R.L., Toman, R.E., Edsall, L.C.,
Wong, S., Chiu, J., Letterle, C.A.,
.Lee, N.H. (2001). Nrg-1 belongs to the

differentiation gene family of G
protein-coupled sphingosine-1-phosphate
receptors. The Journal of Biological
Chemistry, 276(8).


Van Brocklyn, J.R., Jackson, C.A.,
Pearl, D.K., Kotur, M.S., Snyder, P.J.,
and Prior, T.W. (2005). Sphingosine
kinase-1 expression

correlates with poor survival of
patients with glioblastoma multiforme:
Roles of sphingosine kinase isoforms in
growth of

glioblastoma cell lines. Journal of
Neuropathology and Experimental
Neurology, 64(8). 695–705.

Van Brocklyn, J.R., Letterle, C.A.,
Snyder, P.J., and Prior, T.W. (2002).
Sphingosine-1-phosphate stimulates human
glioma cell

proliferation through Gi-coupled
receptors: Role of ERK MAP kinase and
phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase B. Cancer
Letters, 181(2). 195–


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