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Professional Summary
Multidisciplinary scientist with seven years of experience leading advanced research projects in the fields of analytical chemistry, molecular genetics, and industrial polymers and coatings. Knowledgeable in overall laboratory function, regulations,  and maintenance.
Work History
Research Laboratory Technician Senior, 11/2017 to Current
University of Michigan - Biological Chemistry Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Analysis of protein structure and function.
  • Research in membrane dynamics.
  • Complied with Good Laboratory Practices and Title 21 Code of Federal Regulations Part 11.
  • Ordered laboratory equipment and supplies.
  • Managed overall laboratory functions.
  • Carried out quality control assessments for DNA analysis software.
  • Viewed and compared genomic content.
Chemistry Technician - OEM Light Vehicle Shader for General Motors, 2016 to Current
OnBoard for Axalta Coating Systems Mount Clemens, Michigan
  • Compliance with preventative maintenance for OSHA audit standards
  • Electrocoat research and development technician.
  • Primary job functions include exceeding current standards for clarity, appearance, and function
  • Each new project is determined by the client's specific needs
  • Independently conduct experiments, collect and present resulting data
  • Maintain laboratory PMCs and chemical stock for completion of experiments
  • Maintain a safe working environment and improve company safety policies
  • Color matching automotive coating color using visual observations and using company-developed software
Student Laboratory Researcher, 08/2016 to 12/2016
Wayne State University Detroit, MI
  • Research project collecting phenotypic data on specific populations of trees throughout Michigan
  • Project sought to determine fire burn data along with soil chemical concentrations of specific compounds and the tree populations that began to colonize first in that area
  • Data was compiled using various biostatistical softwares and the resulting files were used for future reference on a graduate thesis
Research Assistant, 01/2015 to 01/2016
Wayne State University Detroit, MI
  • Assisted a molecular genetics research lab under my thesis professor
  • Lab specialized in altering DNA/RNA at the genetic level and translating the mutations into varying plant species for the purpose of invasive species research
  • Skills included insitu hybridization, primer design, PCR, transforming cell cultures, protoplast isolation, DNA/RNA extraction, dissection, etc.
  • Data from various projects were compiled and analyzed using different software designed for such data (i.e. Structure)
Teaching Assistant - Honors Genetics, 08/2014 to 08/2015
Wayne State University - Biological Sciences Detroit, Michigan
  • Independently teach Honors Genetics Laboratory and Discussion sections for three semesters
  • Create coursework, examinations, laboratory experiments, and teach entirety of introductory genetics
  • Ability to effectively communicate, teach, and interact with students and staff
  • Extensive tutoring for students interested in furthering their education
Master Thesis Student, 08/2014 to 12/2014
Wayne State University Detroit, MI
  • Thesis rotation in a genetics-based lab focused on cave beetles
  • Project goal was to determine the genetic mutation leading to decreases in cave beetle eye size and function
  • Research techniques included dissection of young larvae, cloning, immunohistochemistry, insitu hybridization, PCR, and more
  • Data was compiled for further use for a graduate thesis in that lab
Research Assistant, 2013 to 2014
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, MI
  • Projects ranged from species conservation to molecular evolution
  • Provide research support within the university
  • Develop and write research reports
  • Collect and analyze molecular data about relationships between plant genomes and their environment
  • Assist graduate students in laboratory investigations
  • Utilize strengths in biostatistical analysis, PCR, sequencing, and DNA extraction
Senior Thesis Student, 01/2012 to 05/2014
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, MI
  • Thesis project detailing the genetic variations between three species of Megististegium in hopes of finding a hybrid species for plant conservation purposes
  • Research techniques included DNA extraction, PCR, gel electrophoresis, and DNA sequencing
  • Data collection was done using Geneious, Structure, AMOVA, and SigmaPlot
  • Project was presented in symposium form and published through Eastern Michigan University under maiden name Morgan Callewaert
Student Laboratory Researcher, 05/2012 to 08/2012
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, MI
  • Research project over a summer semester determining the impacts of water quality on the surrounding organisms
  • Project involved the collection/trapping of fish, frogs, salamanders, turtles, toads, snakes, and other local organisms
  • Phenotypic and chemical data measurements/samples were taken and specimens were released
  • Data was compiled for use in a future grant proposal.
Student Laboratory Researcher, 05/2011 to 08/2011
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, MI
  • Research project over a summer semester working with bats at Fish Lake (Michigan location)
  • Project included netting for bats, tagging, phenotypic data collection, and release
  • Research data was compiled and analyzed for further analysis using biostatistical software
Student Laboratory Researcher, 2011 to 2011
Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, MI
  • Research project detailing specific aromatic compounds found in pitcher plants using a DART-MS, among other instruments
  • Biochemistry project included extraction of pitcher plant inner liquid, separation of liquid components by strata, and ion testing
  • Results were compiled after a semester, analyzed using biostatistical softwares, and presented in seminar form.
Master of Arts: Biological Sciences - Evolution, 2016
Wayne State University - Detroit
  • Golden Key International Honors Society Member - top 15% GPA of graduate students
  • Research in Genetic Interference at a molecular level
  • Research in invasive species management
  • Graduated with Honors
  •  Research Assistant to USGS invasive species professor 
  • Advanced coursework in Applied and Molecular Biology
  • Coursework in Genome Testing and Instrumentation 
  • Teaching assistant in Genetics for laboratory sciences and lecture
Bachelor of Science: Honors Biochemistry, 2014
Eastern Michigan University - Ypsilanti, MI
  • Graduated with Honors
  • Thesis seminar participant
  • Reagents Gold Award recipient 
  • Senior Thesis Award recipient
  • Undergraduate Stimulus Award recipient
  • Undergraduate Fellowship Award recipient
  • Housing Award recipient
  • Deans List - 4 years
  • Thesis publication in Molecular Genetics Research
  • Advanced coursework in Applied and Molecular Biology
  • Coursework in Genome Testing and Laboratory Technology
  • Chemistry Club member
  • Golden Key International Honors Society (Wayne State University)
  • Wet, Analytical, and Dry Lab proficiency
  • Published researcher
  • Skilled in genotyping
  • Proficient in OSHA regulations
  • Ability to oversee and apply safety audits
  • Maintain safety audits
  • Conduct accident prevention audits
  • Transcription profiling
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Statistical analysis
  • Standard methods
  • Grant writing
  • Organizational development
  • Analytical thinker
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
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A Senior student of University of Houston pursuing Public Health with a minor in Nutrition. Have strong communication skills and cultural competency. Training to be a Health Educator focused on improving health in individuals and specific groups by using education and public awareness strategies. Preparing to sit for the CHES exam, and to eventually pursue in either Biomedical Informatics or Master's in Business and Health Administration.

Relevant Skills
  • Cultural Competence
  • Advocating the importance of mental, psychological health
  • STD care and counseling
  • Bilingual in Tagalog and Visaya
  • Public Speaking
  • Design and implement public health programs 
  • Analyzing and merging old and new data 
  • Data Entry Management
  • Organizational and community coordination and collaboration
  • Time flexibility skills
  • Recognizing program problem areas and generating solutions
  • Emphasize awareness of Epigenetic disposition to the public
  • Knowledge in Medical Terminology
  • Dedicated patient advocate
03/2018 to Current
Intern DAWN: Houston Health Department Houston, TX
  • Clerical work
  • Promoting diabetes self-management and holistic care 
  • Describe public health roles in emergency, disaster preparedness, and response activities 
  • Exercise effective communication skills through cultural competency 
  • Hands-on experience in health community outreach
  • Data entry for incoming/outgoing DAWN referrals
  • Assist implementing an active evidence-based curriculum to the diabetic community through psychosocial support, fitness activities, nutrition education

08/2017 to 12/2017
Student Researcher City of Houston-Housing and Community Development Houston, TX
  • Oversaw data queries and made sure that they were rectified in the most efficient manner.
  • Sat in on research meetings, took extensive notes and gave milestone updates to the appropriate individuals.
  • Gathered, organized and disseminated information from various sources that included health plans, hospitals, providers and government entities to the appropriate individuals.
  • Performed assessments for each individual case to determine which materials and services were the best fit.
  • Door to door visit within the community and spoke with members of the public and local officials to promote methods that reduce mold and infection caused by Hurricane Harvey
  • Promoted healthy habits and practices in outreach materials and presentations such as discouraging smoking
  • Initiated programs to address the health needs of families with an emphasis on young adults to promote healthy behaviors. 

  • Produced and educated media advisories, brochures, fact sheets, print ads and newsletters. facilities, community centers and churches.
Public Health University of Houston Houston, TX, United States
  • Minor in Nutrition
  • 3.8 GPA
  • Dean's List Honoree Fall 2017, Spring 2018
Associate of Science Houston Community College Northwest Houston, TX, United States
  • 3.8 GPA
Associate of Science: Pre-Nursing Lone Star College - CyFair Cypress, TX, United States
  • Brian Heisler Scholarship Recipient
  • 3.6 GPA
  • Cum laude graduate
1 Semester of Nursing Lone Star College - CyFair Cypress, TX, United States

Learned Skills:

  • Proper management of infections and wounds
  • Emphasized and executed proper sterilization of equipments and managing a sterile environment
  • Thesis: "Nursing in Family and Patient Care" emphasizing in culutral competence
Activities and Honors
  • UH Dean's List, 2017-2018
  • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, 2013-2017
  • Lonestar President's List: 2013-2015
  • "Health Is Wealth" Visual Representation Board at Lonestar Cy-fair: 2013-current

  • CITI Program Training, 2018-2021
Work History
05/2017 to Current
Sales Support and Generalist Victoria's Secret Katy, TX
02/2014 to 05/2015
Cashier and Barista Fusion 36 Katy, TX
Community Service
  • Houston Foodbank, 2017-2018
  • Community Family Health Center, 2018

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Professional Summary
Dynamic Deputy site manager with experience supervising 187 production lines, overseeing materials inspection, scheduling production and conducting weekly physical inventories. 
Work History
Researcher, 09/2014 to 07/2016
Alandalus Syria
Site Manager, 11/2005 to 03/2010
Aecom Iraq
Bachelor of Science: Dentistry, 2016
Alandalus University Medical Science - Syria

I published 3 articles during my tenure. 

I worked as a researcher during my stay - conducting several labs on ossification.


Bachelor of Science: Biotechnology/Genetic, 2005
Al Nahrin - Baghdad

Conducted and researched on plant tissue culture and animal tissue culture and microbiology research


Invited to 3 different International Conferences for Dentistry in Latakia, Syria

I was rewarded certificate of recognition for my presentation on the very first article published by my university. 


Isolation and Culturing Stem Cell

Dental Implantology

First Aid

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Chemist versed in bio-analytical method development, validation and sample analyses. Practiced in instrument monitoring and analytical method performance.
  • Compound optimization
  • Lab maintenance expert
  • Synthesis and Formulation
  • Physics and Chemistry Knowledge
  • Characteristic Analysis
  • Knowledgeable in Infrared
  • Practiced in automation
  • Fluent in Haitian Creole
Education and Training
Master of Engineering: Biopharmaceutical processing 2018 Keck Graduate Institute Claremont, CA
  • Recipient of Fenton Bioprocessing Leadership Scholarship and KGI Merit Scholarship
  • Recipient of Gilead Sciences Scholarship
  • Coursework in process science and engineering components for manufacturing recombinant derived drug products
  • Coursework in cell chemistry and the catalytic activities of mammalian cells
  • Coursework in regulatory sciences and the constraints of drug product quality and process quality
  • Coursework in bioseparation for downstream processes for quantifying and identifying proteins through various unit operations
Bachelor of Science: Chemistry 2016 University of the District of Columbia Washington, DC
  • Mental Health First Aid Certification
  • Recipient of MARC U*STAR Scholarship
  • Thesis: "Product of Our Environment"
Delegate - Representative - Volunteer 09/2017 to Current Claremont Mingle and Munch Claremont, CA
  • Attend committee member meetings for event preparation 
  • Assist with setup and breakdown of equipment for the event
  • Manage volunteer engagement campaigns for Keck Graduate Institute and Pitzer College
  • Anita Chalmers, President,
Workshop Supervisor 09/2017 to Current BioPharma Leadership Workshop Series Claremont, CA
  • Assist participants in the area of academic enrichment and college preparation
  • Assist participants in the areas of professional and leadership development
  • Encourage participation in STEM
  • Jesslyn Magee, Program Director,
Group Leader 06/2017 to 06/2017 BioPharma Leadership Academy Claremont, CA
  • Assisted the program director during the interview screening of 14 candidates
  • Organized and prepared residential properties prior to leaders, candidates, and guests arrival
  • Created presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Jesslyn Magee, Program Director,

Mentor 05/2016 to 07/2016 Verizon Innovative Learning Program Washington, DC
  • Managed team of 25 adolescents and two other mentors
  • Served as mentor to junior team members
  • Consistently recognized by management for providing superior guidance
  • Charnita Wilson, Program Coordinator,
Undergraduate Researcher 05/2014 to 05/2016 Division of Science and Mathematics Washington, DC
    • Induced changes in composition of substances by introducing heat, light, energy and chemical catalysts for quantitative or qualitative analysis
    • Developed product testing and analysis
    • Xueqing Song, Ph.D., Principal Investigator, Song,
    Visiting Undergraduate Researcher 05/2015 to 08/2015 The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University Wooster, OH
    • Tested samples for various chemical analyses
    • Compiled and analyzed test information
    • Wrote technical papers and reports
    • Paul L. Phelan, Ph.D., Principal Investigator,
    Intern 05/2014 to 08/2014 Initiative in Civic Engagement and Equity Washington, DC
    • Collaborated with community leaders, organizations and public agencies to promote the organization's community service programs
    • Gathered and analyzed data on community needs and interests
    • Maintained up-to-date and accurate program files and records
    • Jovita Wells, Program Director, Wells,
    Intern 05/2013 to 07/2013 Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Washington, DC
    • Designed and executed experiments, analyze and interpret primary data, and form logical conclusions
    • Accurately followed site procedures and ensure regulatory compliance
    • Supported large research projects
    • LaVonne Manning, Project Coordinator,