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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary
Second –year, bioengineering student with strong analytical and problem solving skills, self-motivated, and hard-working seeking an internship at a biomedical company. 
Skills

Proficient in Matlab, Python

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite

Experience with Solidworks

Comprehensive Knowledge of Human Physiology

Wet-Lab Techniques (Cell Culture DNA Extraction etc.) 

 

Vocal Leader

Goal-Oriented

Innovative

Curious 

High capacity and willingness to learn

Work History
Bioinformatics Analyst, 05/2016 to 07/2016
Invitae Seattle, WA,
  • Performed an analysis of novel subgroups and survival in Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) in humans. 
  • Utilized AltAnalyze, a software developed by my Principal Investigator (PI)-Dr. Nathan Salomonis-for end-to-end analysis of 
RNA-sequencing data
  • Analyzed gene expression and splicing data from samples from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA)
  • Identified 11 novel subgroups of GBM, using both unsupervised and supervised clustering methods, verified these subgroups 
with a broader Glioma dataset.
  • Determined that splicing-defined subgroups are not clearly defined at Gene expression level, suggesting splicing has a distinct 
impact on GBM 
  • Ran Survival Analysis in R, yielding subgroups with significantly poor/good survival 
  • Ran enriched mutations analysis to determined significant mutations in genes and splicing factors

 

Project Team Member, 10/2015 to 03/2016
Jo-Ann Fabrics Chino, ,
  • Developed innovative solution using microfluidics for combating expensive RNA extraction methods 
  • Utilized workflow that aimed at minimizing the cost of building the microfluidic chip, while not compromising on the 
effectiveness of the RNA extraction. 
  • Uniquely identified the ability of “shrinky dink” material to act as a microfluidic chip, essentially making the process cost 
effective.

Student Researcher , 09/2014 to 05/2015
Ucla Health Honolulu, ,
  • Grew Sindbis virus in cell culture 
  • Protein analysis of the Sindbis virus using traditional viral DNA extraction, analyzed protein structure with electron-free X-ray 
  • Developed microfluidic chips using novel channel designs aimed at maximizing laminar flow and chemical interactions. 

Education
Bachelor of Science: Bioengineering, Expected in Current
to
University of California-San Diego - San Diego,
GPA:
GPA: 3.6/4

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School Attended
  • University of California-San Diego
Job Titles Held:
  • Bioinformatics Analyst
  • Project Team Member
  • Student Researcher
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Science

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