Dedicated student who has completed coursework in chemistry, zoology, and health and exercise science. Possesses strong interpersonal skills and extensive knowledge of computer programming as well as solid critical thinking skills and a desire to pursue a career in medicine.
Provided instructional support to students working on human cadaveric remains in the Human Anatomy Laboratory.
Prepared for and assisted with student activities in the biological science laboratories and assisted with student activities in the Science Center. Assisted in the maintenance of laboratory areas, which included production of solutions and cultures.
Assisted students with understanding laboratory and lecture materials
Assisted professors during laboratories and by holding structured study sessions outside of class. Guided students in learning effective strategies for collaboration and professional laboratory and academic success.
Minor: Health and Exercise Science
Graduated with Honors: 3.76 GPA
Volunteer Laboratory Technician
January 2011 to Present
Manos Juntas Free Medical Clinic: OKC, OK
Primarily performed venipuncture for diagnostic blood tests. Other duties included aliquoting medicine in the pharmacy and triaging of patients.
Germaine L. Odenheimer, MD
Neurology and Geriatric Medicine OU Medical Center
(10 hours total during 07/09)
Dr. Mary K. Gumerlock, MD
Neurosurgery at OU Medical Center
(6 hours total during 08/09)
Dr. Marcus B. Shook, MD
Internal Medicine at OU Physicians at Edmond Primary Care
Director of Fundacin Manos Juntas, Free Clinic
(40 hours total between 01/11 - 12/12)
Dr. Larry Lovelace, DO
Attending Physician at OU Medical Center
Specialties: Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine
Owner of Moore Primary Care
(17 hours total between 12/09 - 07/12)
Research Internship Participant
June - July 2009
Advisor: Robert MacGowan Hamm, Ph.D
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Department of Family and Preventive Medicine: OKC, OK
Project Summary: characterize three statistical methods for accuracy in categorizing/diagnosing randomly generated cases (computer generated patient questionnaire responses), with dementia-related diseases.
Posters and Presentations:
Hamm RM, Golmoradi KR, Wolfe TA, Magrill TB, Papa FJ. Accuracy of various algorithms for diagnosing from a disease by finding sensitivity matrix. Poster presented at the Society for Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM) Annual Conference in Boston, MA.November 22, 2009.
Golmoradi KR, Hamm RM. Accuracy of various algorithms for diagnosing from a disease by finding matrix. Poster of student project presented at the Oklahoma IDeA Network of BiomedicalResearch Excellence (INBRE), OUHSC, in Oklahoma City, OK. July 26, 2009.Presentation at the FMSRE Results Presentation Day, DFPM, OUHSC in Oklahoma City, OK. August 4, 2009.
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