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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Summary
Obtain employment as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist or as a Medical Technologist
Skills
  • Hematology (DxH 800/900 system, Slide Maker/Stainer; LH 785 System, Ruby, Sapphire, Cell Dyn 3700 system)
  • Coagulation (ACL Elite/Elite Pro, ACL 300/500 system; Stago, Sysmex 1500)
  • Urinalysis (iRIS system, Clinitek Atlas and other Clinitek system)
  • Chemistry (Vitros 950, Advia 2400 system, UniCel DxC system, DxI system, Vista 500/1500 system, Centaur system,
  • Mini Vidas, Preplink Automation System, Stream Lab Automation System)
  • Immunohematology (Olympus PK Blood Grouping and Phenotyping system)
  • Microbiology (BD Bactec Blood Culture system, Vitek 2 system, BD Phoenix AP); LIAT and PCR instrument.
  • Instrumentation in Chemistry Lab
  • Electrophoresis, IR Spectroscopy, NMR, Chromatography (thin-layer, column, HPLC), Spectrophotometer, and
  • Mass Spectroscopy instrumentations.
  • LIS: CHCS (Military/Government); Cerner (Civilian) Sun Quest (Civilian); MediTech (Civilian)
  • PC Windows and Macintosh OS, Microsoft Office (EXCEL Word, Powerpoint, Outlook, etc.); Acrobat Adobe PDF
  • Certifications
  • Acid, PhD
  • Adobe, Phlebotomy
  • Acrobat, Quality
  • AP, Quality assurance
  • Automation, Quality Management
  • Banking, QA
  • Basic, Quest
  • Calibration, Safety
  • Credit, Sun
  • Crystal, Supervisor
  • Diagnosis, Trouble shooting
  • Documentation, Troubleshooting
  • Fast, Typing
  • Government, Type
  • HPLC, Vista
  • Macintosh OS
  • Materials
  • MediTech
  • EXCEL
  • Microsoft Office
  • Outlook
  • Powerpoint
  • Windows
  • Word
  • NMR
  • PCR
  • PDF
Work History
11/2014 to Current Clinical Laboratory Scientist Dean Health | Saint Louis, MO,
  • Per Diem.
  • Supervisor: Bob (Interim) (XXX) 788-3240.
10/2014 to Current Clinical Laboratory Scientist Dean Health | Madison, WI,
  • Supervisor: Perley Riley (XXX) 652-2811.
06/2014 to 09/2014 Clinical Laboratory Scientist Dean Health | Fond Du Lac, WI,
  • Supervisor: Jessica Huang (XXX) 677-1111.
10/2002 to 05/2012 Hematology Supervisor Hca | Lake City, FL,
  • Supervisor: LT Peter Truong (760) 725-0081.
Education
Expected in B.S | Chemistry , , GPA:
Expected in Bachelor Degree | Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ GPA:
Chemistry/Biochemistry in preparation for a M.S./PhD, until I was selected for a Federal Government position at Tsaille, AZ by the Indian Health System-IHC (Navajo Reservation) serving as a Clinical Lab Scientist in a full time capacity in
Expected in B.S. Degree | Medical Technology (Conferred) AMEC-Bicol Christian College of Medicine, Legazpi City, GPA:
Expected in B.S | Biology Junipero Serra High School, San Diego, CA GPA:
Graduated in top 10% of Class with Honors, lifetime member of the California Scholastic Federation, Honor’s French Award, Honor’s English Award, Presidential Fitness, Award, Lettered Varsity Tennis Team. Skills Hematology Laboratory Safety and Universal precaution; proper specimen collection including phlebotomy, physiologic factors affecting test results; proper use of specimen collection equipment for venipuncture including the use of anticoagulant and preservative (i.e., EDTA tube); skin puncture site determination and its proper sample collection; preparation of blood smears; QA in specimen collection as well as rejection of improperly collected samples. Able to perform both automated and manual blood cell testing including QC, routine testing of RBC and Reticulocytes, and examination of the peripheral blood smear including a manual differential count of WBC, diagnosis of leukemic and other abnormal cells including bone marrow aspirates; common blood parasite identification such as malarial cells, babesia, trypanosomes, as well as micro-filarial cells; perform manual counts on body fluids including CSF, amniotic peritoneal, pleural and pericardial, seminal (Semen Analysis), as well as synovial fluid for crystal identification (i.e., uric acid crystal for gout); familiarity with common critical values in the laboratory and common criteria for RBC morphology review, differential review, and pathology review. Able to perform instrument maintenance and troubleshooting; calibrate instrument biannually or if the need arises as indicated; Levy-Jennings Westgard Multi Rule as part of the Quality Management Program to observe for trending patterns, shifts, or any outliers that may trigger either a random error or a systematic error on the instrument. Coagulation Identification of properly collected sample in a sodium citrate tube for routine PT, APTT, Fibrinogen, D-dimer testing (i.e., DIC, DVT, and PE), as well as other factor assay testing for send outs; use of properly prepared QC material for testing; mean of the normal study for proper calculation of the INR for Coumadin patients and monitoring of patients that have been given heparin on the ward. Troubleshooting, Maintenance, Calibration, Levy-Jennings QC data submission on a monthly basis for Peer Review, and much more. Urinalysis Verification of QC in control prior to acceptance of properly submitted urine sample (i.e., either random or first morning specimen or 24 hour specimen) from the ward, testing of specimen sample, including identification of 3 both normal and abnormal formed elements, under the microscope or in the instrument; familiarity of interfering substances in urine testing that would invalidated test results. Daily, weekly, monthly instrument maintenance for proper instrument function; instrument calibration as needed and as required by the College of American Pathologist; Levy-Jennings monitoring for analytes or tests with numerical values such as the pH or the specific gravity to monitor instrument for both random error and systematic error. Serology RPR testing for Syphilis, hCG (both urine/blood/serum) qualitative testing using urine test kits, Fetal Fibronectin testing, ICON Mono Spot for IM testing, Sickle Cell Screen, Rapid Strep A Testing, Influenza A and B testing, RSV testing, H. pylori, HIV ½ Screen or any other minor rapid testing kit, including the collection of Hepatitis Panel or any exotic test that require the assistance of a reference laboratory. Immunohematology Perform basic type and screen and type and cross using Gel technology, emergency release units and autologous transfusion units; positive DAT testing and Immune Mediated Hemolysis, perinatal issues in transfusion practice including HDN, familiarity with Kleihauer-Bethke acid elution test, neonatal and pediatric transfusion practice, platelet and granulocyte antigens and antibodies, identification of antibodies to red cell antigens (both forward and reverse blood grouping and typing of both major and minor blood groups); storage, monitoring, pre-transfusion processing and distribution of blood components, as well as infectious disease screening and cord blood testing; familiarity with temperature monitoring system in both the refrigerator and water bath within the blood bank section; facilities work environment and safety, as well as regulatory issues in Immunohematology. Clinical Chemistry Perform pre-analytical, analytical and post-analytical testing, as well as post lab analysis verification for possible errors prior to the release of the result; Clinical evaluation of methods, establishment and use of reference values in the laboratory; proper maintenance of the analyzer to help in the evaluation of random versus systematic error of the instruments; application of the Westgard Multi Rule as part of the instrument troubleshooting protocol in monitoring possible shift, trending patterns in QC materials, establishment of recommended ranges for QC materials, stability of the QC material, calibration from lot to lot between QC to monitor variations, as well as semi-annual calibrations for compliance of CAP, as the regulating body; familiarity with critical values of different analytes, as well as the proper laboratory protocol and documentation regarding call back to the provider; knowledge of possible interfering substance in the specimen sample, drug of abuse testing protocol, panel testing to identify certain, disease states, clinical toxicology and toxic metals testing, as well as molecular diagnostic and genetic testing. Microbiology Familiarity with the proper collection technique in microbiology using the aseptic technique; quality controls; culture and isolate microorganisms using the different type of streaking methods; able to identify microorganisms using multiple identification techniques such as the microscope slide techniques (i.e., negative staining, smear preparation, simple and capsular staining, Gram staining as well as acid fast staining, etc.); Set UP of positive blood culture bottle and ID of organisms present on Gram Stain. Safety, Instrument, Maintenance and Trouble shooting capability. Molecular Biology Theoretical knowledge in Molecular Science including Nucleic Acid Chemistry, basic Molecular Theory and Genetics, as well as biochemical reagents; familiarity with molecular techniques, including separation and 4 detection, nucleic acid amplification and DNA sequence analysis; application of molecular testing in infectious diseases, oncology, and genetics; knowledge in laboratory operations including guidelines, quality assurance and contamination.
Expected in Completed a 12 month Clinical Training Rotation Internship at the Bicol Regional Medical Center in Naga City, Philippines from May 1992 to May 1993 in 2 months interval covering the following sections: Hematology/Coagulation, 2 months; Clinical Microscopy/O&P (Parasitology)/Urinalysis, 2 months; Blood Banking/Serology, 2 months; Clinical Chemistry/Toxicology, 2 months; Microbiology (Bacteriology/Mycology), 2 months; Cytopathology/Histology & Histology Technique, 2 months. | Bicol Regional Medical Center, Naga City, GPA:
Expected in 1993 High School Diploma | Biology University of California, San Diego, CA GPA:
111 quarter credit hours completed prior to relocating out of the country due to my father’s overseas deployment to Yokosuka, Japan; transferred to AMEC-Bicol Christian College of Medicine in

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School Attended

  • Arizona State University
  • AMEC-Bicol Christian College of Medicine
  • Junipero Serra High School
  • Bicol Regional Medical Center
  • University of California

Job Titles Held:

  • Clinical Laboratory Scientist
  • Clinical Laboratory Scientist
  • Clinical Laboratory Scientist
  • Hematology Supervisor

Degrees

  • B.S
  • Bachelor Degree
  • B.S. Degree
  • B.S
  • Completed a 12 month Clinical Training Rotation Internship at the Bicol Regional Medical Center in Naga City, Philippines from May 1992 to May 1993 in 2 months interval covering the following sections: Hematology/Coagulation, 2 months; Clinical Microscopy/O&P (Parasitology)/Urinalysis, 2 months; Blood Banking/Serology, 2 months; Clinical Chemistry/Toxicology, 2 months; Microbiology (Bacteriology/Mycology), 2 months; Cytopathology/Histology & Histology Technique, 2 months.
  • High School Diploma

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