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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary
  •  Assistant Professor seeking a Full-Time Lecturer of Biology position at Lander University, where my invaluable clinical and teaching experience will contribute to achieving your goals listed in your mission statement.
Teaching Experience
Assistant Professor of Biology, 08/2018 to Current
Ball State University Muncie, IN,
  •  I teach Anatomy and Physiology I and II (Lecture and Laboratory), Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology, Human Nutrition, Medical Terminology, Microbiology, and other related disciplines if deemed necessary across multiple campuses.
  • Presently implementing and fulfilling curricular objectives for Anatomy and Physiology, Human Nutrition, and Medical Terminology per Nursing Program guidelines.
  • Aids in curriculum development and textbook review and selection.
  • Utilizes a case-based pedagogical approach along with a comprehensive variety of learning paradigms aimed at meeting the educational needs as well as accommodating the various learning styles of students.
  • Employs a wide array of teaching styles and technological tools to allow students to gain a mastery of core concepts.
  • Maintains regular office hours and tutoring session as part of the Faculty-Led Tutoring initiative.   
  • Partakes in campus meetings and educational committees.
  • Attends professional conferences and workshops that promote professional development.
  • Adept at using various Course Management Systems, including D2L, Canvas, and Blackboard.
  • Provides tutoring sessions and online sources, as well as academic guidance to students encountering academic difficulties or setbacks.
Adjunct Biology Instructor, 01/2017 to 08/2018
South Carolina Job Board Charleston Heights, SC,
  • Designed, prepared, and implemented a dynamic curriculum for Anatomy and Physiology I and II (lecture and lab).
  • Identified core objectives, devised lesson plans, and assignments that cultivated critical thinking skills, and an enhanced understanding of core concepts.
  • Assisted students, faculty, and other personnel on all computer applications and operating skills.
  • Prepared lab practicals, taught students techniques on how to properly use the microscope to view histology slides
  • I was appointed in charge of managing the labs for both Anatomy and Physiology I and II.
  • Constructed the course syllabus, utilized a comprehensive grading system, composed lecture examinations as well as lab practicals, and electronically entered individual student grades.
Adjunct Biology Instructor, 01/2016 to 05/2017
South Carolina Job Board Otranto, SC,
  • I taught Anatomy and Physiology I, both lecture and lab. 
  • Organized and ran the lab for Anatomy and Physiology II.
  • Introduced students to vital anatomical terms, including directional terms and the proper terminology used to refer to different body regions.
  • Students learned to distinguish between anatomy and physiology, and the importance of studying both disciplines simultaneously to enhance the comprehension of how the human body functions.
  • Core concepts like negative versus positive feedback mechanisms and homeostasis were introduced.
  • Mastery of core concepts was highly encouraged in my lectures
  • Students learned a great deal about the nervous system and how it operates
  • Encouraged students to develop a “big picture” framework to help them consolidate their understanding of core concepts  discussed in current biology courses and in the future when studying related biological disciplines.
  • Prepared lab practicals, composed and graded examinations, constructed a coherent syllabus, and entered grades of individual students electronically.
St. Clair County Community College, 01/2015 to 08/2018
Adjunct Biology Instructor City, STATE,
  • I taught Anatomy and Physiology I, both lecture and lab.
  • I also organized and ran the lab for Anatomy and Physiology II.
  • I introduced students to vital anatomical terms, including directional terms and the proper terminologies used to refer to different body regions.
  • Students learned to distinguish between anatomy and physiology, and the importance of studying both disciplines simultaneously to enhance the comprehension of how the human body functions.
  • Core concepts like negative versus positive feedback mechanisms and homeostasis were introduced
  • Students were encouraged the mastery of core concepts from the very outset.
Education
M.D.: Doctor of Medicine, Expected in 2011
to
American University of Integrative Sciences School of Medicine - Bridgetown,
GPA:
  • Formerly called University of Sint Eustatius School of Medicine.
Bachelor of Liberal Arts with a Double Major in Political Science & Pre-Medicine: , Expected in 2004
to
Wayne State University - Detroit, MI
GPA:
Clinical Experience
Providence Hospital & Medical Center, Southfield, MI
Physician Resident, 07/2015 - 11/2016
  • Elicited the patient history, conducted focused physical examinations, ordered and interpreted relevant laboratory results, and  analyzed imaging studies to diagnose various disorders.
  • Delivered high-quality medical care in a timely fashion and constructed comprehensive management/treatment plans for my patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings.   
  • Supervised medical students and first-year residents.  
  • Attended medical conferences to learn how to become a more well-rounded doctor better.
Providence Hospital & Medical Center, Southfield, MI​​
Simulation Laboratory Education Coordinator, May 2013 - May 2015
  • Prepared and helped residents, seasoned physicians, Fellows, and nurses attain Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification.
  • Trained healthcare professionals how to properly use the Simulation Lab as a means to refine clinical skills related  to prioritizing patient safety.
Honors
  • Received “Exceeds Expectations” accolade on Student Rating of Instruction.
  • Consistently earned “Exceeds Expectations” honors on Classroom Observation of Faculty Form.
  • Earned "Resident of the Month Award" as a resident physician at St. John Providence.
Research
COMQUEST - Woodland Hills, CA
Medical Writer, 06/2017 - 08/2018
  • Created, edited, and reviewed United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) and Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination (COMLEX) question banks.
  • and generated course materials covering high-yield concepts commonly tested on medical board examinations.
  • Constructed questions and explanations as teaching tools to enhance medical students' comprehension and mastery of core concepts in Biology and related disciplines.  
Sinai Grace Hospital's Palliative Medicine - Detroit, MI
Clinical Researcher, 09/2012 - 11/2012
  • Facilitated the statistical evaluation of different research studies aimed at improving the quality of end of life care.
  • Designed questionnaires distributed to clinical participants of a research project organized by Sinai Grace Hospital.
  • Developed informed consent forms for participants involved in the research project.
University of Toledo Medical Center - Toledo, OH
Research Coordinator, 10/2012 - 04/2013
  • Designed, coordinated, and implemented research-based training to research assistants.
  • Wrote an application for research grants and budgeted effectively.
  • Established core clinical research per HIPAA and other clinical legal guidelines.
  • Trained research assistants, assisted living, nursing home, and transitional care unit nursing staff in two facilities on the use of Telemedicine equipment.
  • Managed meetings to assess research status; served as project liaison with Telemedicine equipment company.
  • Developed mock training cases for use in Telemedicine training.
  • Developed patient education material for self-management of chronic diseases for senior independent living residents.
  • Developed prognosis management flowchart for chronic disease management and treatment planning.
Licenses and Certifications
  • QM rubric certification for online teaching.Teaching Online Certificate-Quality Matters (QM) Certified-Applying the
  • Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) academic credentials (degree and transcript) has been evaluated and credentialed as U.S. equivalent by the Foundation for International Services (FIS), a National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) affiliated company.   
  • U.S. Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME).
  • Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
  • Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certified.
  • ECFMG assesses the readiness of international medical graduates to enter residency or fellowship programs in the United States that are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
  • Internal Medicine Residency Training at Providence Hospital and Medical Center.
  • The United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 3.
  • The United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS).
  • United States Medical License Examination (USMLE) Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK).
  • United States Medical License Examination (USMLE) Step 1.
Publications
Presenter, "Reducing Avoidable Transfer of Nursing-Home Residents: Phase I Implementation of the STAY HOME Project.", Using Telemedicine to Reduce Hospitalizations of Nursing-Home Residents, Ohio Medical Directors Association (OMDA), October 2015, Dublin, OH.
 
Publication, Murthy Gokula, M.D., Ann Mary Mercier, MA, MPH, Garima Dixit, Ph.D., Bhupinder Kalsi, MBBS, Vinay Kotturi, M.D., Mitul Mehta, M.D., Eugene Simman, M.D., Fadi Haddad, M.B. Ch. B., Garima Mehti, MBBS, Amanjyot Sidhu,MBBS, MPH, Gheith Youssef, M.B.Ch.B., ECF. (October 2015). Reducing Avoidable Transfer of NH Residents: Phase 1 Implementation of the STAY HOME Project.
Professional Memberships
  • American Medical Writers Association.
  • Academia (network of academic professionals).
Key Qualifications
  • Over five years of experience teaching Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Nutrition, and other related disciplines at the community college level.
  • Employs up-to-date instructional delivery techniques and innovative teaching methods geared to meet the diverse learning styles and needs of students.
  • Demonstrable expertise in employing an effective pedagogical approach that uses real-life clinical scenarios aimed at promoting critical thinking skills and mastery of core concepts.
  • Consistently provides flexible office hours and accessible on-line chatting services to mentor and advise students.
  • In collaboration with the Chairs of the Natural Science Department and Nursing Program, I helped evaluate, revise and implement changes in the biological sciences curriculum with the aim of continually improving the academic standards of the biology courses.
  • Actively attends educational conferences and lecture series to foster continuous professional development and growth.
  • Outstanding knowledge of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act and other federal education regulations.
  • Possesses extensive clinical knowledge and experience in delivering quality, patient-centered medical care in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
  • Experience in developing and designing curriculum content.
  • Proven ability to employ diverse teaching methods to accommodate a wide range of student learning styles across a cultural & socioeconomic diverse student population.
  • Provide numerous students from various degrees and majors counsel, advice, and transcript evaluations in accordance with respective degree pathway requirements.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Designs, creates, and monitors  pre-course workshop for entrance exams.
  • Profound knowledge of the current education system requirements and standards.
  • Superior knowledge of high education healthcare program admission requirements.
  • Expert knowledge of enrollment criteria for general education and healthcare professional careers.
  • Outstanding knowledge of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act and other federal education regulations.
Relevant Skills and Expertise
  • Online line course development and teaching. 
  • Expert knowledge working with various Course Management Systems including D2L, Canvas, and Blackboard. 
  • Strong proficiency in the use of various technologies including Microsoft Office Suite and other MS-based applications, Outlook, and Google apps.
  • Expert in distance learning programs such as: E-learning, Desire2Learn, Pearson Education, Pearson MyLab and Pearson Mastering, & McGraw-Hill's Connect.
  • Proficient in Virtual Anatomy and Physiology lab software.
  • Adept at generating a working environment that inspires creativity and motivates others to exert the effort necessary to achieve specific educational goals.
  • Qualified in lab experiment preparation and handling of anatomical models. 
  • Integrated technology across curriculum providing additional classroom resources and enabling hands-on use of computer equipment.
Citizenship Status
U.S. Citizen

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School Attended
  • American University of Integrative Sciences School of Medicine
  • Wayne State University
Job Titles Held:
  • Assistant Professor of Biology
  • Adjunct Biology Instructor
  • Adjunct Biology Instructor
  • St. Clair County Community College
Degrees
  • M.D.
  • Bachelor of Liberal Arts with a Double Major in Political Science & Pre-Medicine

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