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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary
Driven and compassionate educator and health care professional with several years of hands-on experience in a major university and community college in addition, fast-paced residential and hospital environments. Accountable and responsible with a strong focus on education and student fulfillment. In addition to the above, several years of health care experience in face-paced and well respected teaching hospitals.
Education and Training
Expected in to to MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE | Microbiology Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA GPA:
Expected in to to BACHELOR OF SCIENCE | Medical Technology Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA GPA:

ASCP registered

Skill Highlights
  • Proven patience and self-discipline
  • Confident public speaker
  • Motivation techniques specialist
  • Conflict resolution
  • Personal and professional integrity
  • Staff training and development
    Sound decision making
  • Cultural awareness and sensitivity
  • Critical thinking proficiency Microsoft
  • Proficiency with Office, Microsoft Excel, Adobe, Blackboard and WEBstudy
Professional Experience
08/2007 to Current Adjunct Professor Marquette University | Milwaukee, WI,
  • Currently teaching BIOL 01113, Human Biology (4 contact hrs)
  • Develop entire course curriculum for accredited course in Human Biology.
  • Deliver class lectures through PowerPoint presentations.
  • Lecture, manage, and grade academic and hands-on laboratory skill evaluation to 52+ students each semester (2 per year).
  • Create weekly lectures for Human Biology and facilitate in-class laboratories for Human Biology.
  • The scope of the class explores the structure and function of the human body at both cellular and organismal levels. Topics of current biomedical and bioethical importance and bioengineering are covered.
  • Mentor students and provide knowledge and skills for troubleshooting/solving problems.
2002 to Current Adjunct Professor Marquette University | Milwaukee, WI,
  • Currently teaching Microbiology BIO 221.
  • Have taught BIO 140 Microbial World (4 contact hours). Teach MLT 209-51 Clinical Chemistry (1 semester, 4 contact hours) and ASC 220-01 Hematology for Vet Techs (2 semesters, 4 contact hours), ASC 235-01 Clinical Laboratory Practices for Vet Techs (4 semesters, 4 contact hours).
  • Create weekly lectures for Microbiology and facilitate in-class laboratories for Microbiology.
  • Lecture, manage, and grade academic and hands-on laboratory skill evaluation to 26 students.
  • Deliver class lectures through PowerPoint presentations.
  • The scope of the class explores the study of the structure and function of microorganisms including viruses, rickettsiae, bacteria, fungi and protozoa. Molecular aspects of nutrition and metabolism are covered. Emphasis is placed on laboratory techniques associated with the growth and development of microbial systems. Microbial diseases and immunologic response are also main points.
  • Mentor students and provide knowledge and skills for troubleshooting/solving problems. The class consists of a diverse population of traditional students, working adults and returning students with a wide variety of educational backgrounds and experience.
08/1990 to 08/1999 Manager University Of Maryland | Berwyn Heights, MD,
  • Supervise all aspects of specimen handling, coordinate assay performance while participating in the development of new assay methodologies for the Laboratory of Investigative Medicine which provides support for the Clinical Research Unit (CRU).
  • Specific responsibilities include: Serve as a main resource person to assist medical and research technicians and nursing staff in resolving problems, and establishing protocols, and assuring adequate quality control standards.
  • Develop assays beginning with literature and methodology searches through data collection, interpretation, and presentation.
  • Collect, correlate, and verify all data produced from the laboratory for various forms of reports and presentation to various pharmaceutical companies using computer graphics.
  • Participate in writing grants (NIH, etc.) for the Division of Clinical Pharmacology and IRB submissions.
  • Verify unusual test results through correlation with other laboratory data, and clarification from clinicians and pharmaceutical companies.
  • Collect, analyze, interpret, and display data related to current and new improved test methods, instruments, and procedures; design research projects and protocols.
to Microbiologist Technologist Labcorp | Lenexa, KS,
    Performed various microbiologic and serologic procedures including identification of microorganisms in clinical specimens, organism susceptibility testing, and reported patients results.
to Hematology Technologist MEDICAL COLLEGE OF PA | City, STATE,
    Performed routine hematologic testing in addition to cellular differentiation, routine and some special coagulation testing, urinalysis, and reported patients results.
Publications
Goldberg MA, Bradstreet TE, McWilliams EJ, Tanaka WK, Lipert S, Bjornsson TD, Waldman SA, Osborne B, Pivadori L, Lewis G, and et al. "Biochemical Effects of Losartan, a Non-Peptide Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonist, on the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System in Hypertension Patients. Hyptertension 25 (1):37-46. Goldberg MA, Staub TL, Tanaka WK, Hilliard D, Lewis G, Bjornsson TD, Waldman SA, Osborne B, Pivadori L, Blum R, Herman T, Brown NJ, Abraham, PA, Halstensen CN, Katz SA, McWilliams EJ, Shadle CR, and Spector R. "Comparative Effects of Losartan, Hydrochlorothiazide, and Losartan/Hydrochlorothiazide on the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System in Hypertensive Patients. Hyptertension. Waldman S, Vitow C, Osborne B, Claire L, Argenteri D, Wong F, Smith I, Chow A, Misiti J, and Bjornsson TD. "Kinetics and Dynamics of Tepoxalin After Single Oral Dose Administration to Healthy Volunteers. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. Gharaibeh M, Claire L, Osborne B, Schwartz J, and Waldman S. "Effect of Multiple Doses fo Rifampin on the 14C N-methyl] Erythromycin Breath Test in Healthy Male Volunteers." J of Clin Pharmacol. 38:(8):492-495. Greenberg H, Wissel P, Barrett R, Barchowsky A, Gould R, Farrell D, Panebianco B, Hand T, Claire L, Goldberg M, and Bjornsson T. "Antiplatelet Effects of MK-852, A Platelet Fibrinogen Receptor Antagonist in Healthy Volunteers." ." J of Clin Pharmacol. 40:(5):496-507. Greenberg H, Gottesdiener K, Huntington M, Wong P, Wildonger L, Claire L, Dorval E, Waldman S. "A New Cyclooxygenase-2 Inhibitor, Rofecoxib (Vioxx), Did Not Alter the Antiplatelet Effects of Lo-Dose Aspirin Healthy Volunteers." J of Clin Pharmacol. 40:(12):1509-1515. Greenber H, Tohatage S, Jensen B, Howard M, Boutouyrie B, Claire L, Bjornsson T, Waldman S. "A Phase I, Double-Blind, Placebo- Controlled Tolerability, Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Study of RPR 109891, a GP IIb/IIIa Platelet Antogonist, Administered as Repeated Oral Doses for 7 Days To Parallel Groups of Healthy Volunteers." Accepted for publication. Veronese M, Claire L, Dorval E, Hauck W, Waldman S, Greenberg H, "Effect of Mibefradil on CYP3A4 in vivo" Accepted for publication by Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics. McCrea J, Prueksaritanont T, Gertz B, Carides A, Claire L, Antonello S, Brucker M, Miller-Stein C, Osborne B, Waldman S. "Concurrent Administration of the Erythromycin Breath Test (EBT) and Oral Midazolam as InVivo Probes for CYP3A Activity." Accepted for publication by Journal of Clinical Pharmacology.
Skills

Academics, adobe, Biology, calibration, Chemistry, clinical research, critical thinking, data collection, decision making, staff training, forms, grants, computer graphics, data interpretation, laboratory equipment, Medical Technology, meetings, mentor, microsoft excel, microsoft office, powerPoint presentations, Pharmacology, presentation skills, protocols, public speaker, quality assurance, quality control, research, teaching, troubleshooting.

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School Attended

  • Thomas Jefferson University
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Job Titles Held:

  • Adjunct Professor
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Manager
  • Microbiologist Technologist
  • Hematology Technologist

Degrees

  • MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE
  • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

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