College Professor and avid researcher with six years experience in teaching and over 10 years experience in scientific research. Has acquired extensive management experience while running a lab and supervising technical staff and research students as faculty. Have extensively developed written and verbal communications skills, and continuously applied critical and analytical thinking. Trained in problem solving and enjoy teamwork. Bilingual speaking and writing English and Spanish fluently.
Qualified to work in different areas including but not limited to:
teaching, scientific research, management, recruitment, grant writing, scientific communications, and scientific liaison.
Lectured and communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds. Developed Microbiology Lab. Established course websites. Co-developed a new major in Biology and Anthropology and Sociology. Participated in search committees for recruitment of prospective faculty within the Biology department and across departments. Supervised research students and managed a research lab.
Responsible for providing local oversight for basic and clinical research that involves the use of recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules. Reviewed research proposals and evaluated if they followed NIH guidelines.
Suggested policy changes to faculty and college administration. Reviewed and suggested changes to College Catalog. Evaluated,reviewed, and approved student's applications for self-designed majors. Transcribed meeting minutes.
Served as liaison between the postdoctoral fellows and the administration. Suggested changes in policy to the administration. Achieved changes in benefits for postdoctoral fellows that included the granting of maternity leave and retirement benefits for all postdoctoral fellows.
Conducted research in molecular mechanisms of malaria entry and molecular characterization of hemoparasites. Experience in recombinant protein expression and purification, western blot, red blood cell isolation, immunofluorescence microscopy, primer design. Published in peer reviewed journals. Experience in grant writing. Supervised technicians and research students in the lab. Established international collaborations with public hospitals in Central America to improve infection control.
Conducted structure function experiments. Experience in molecular techniques including: cloning, SDS-PAGE electrophoresis, circular dichroism, maxiprep and miniprep, bacterial growth, fluorometer, and caspase assays.
Conducted experiments on molecular mechanisms of Respiratory Syncytial Virus entry, focusing on fusion experiments. Experience with plaque assays, recombinant virus production, reverse transcriptase PCR, cell culture, RNA and DNA extraction, light and fluorescence microscopy. Conducted experiments in mouse models.
Advanced problem solving
Great organizational skills
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