Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Objective: To obtain a position utilizing my scientific, clinical, and teamwork abilities in a competitive and growing organization.

Key Competencies:

  • Advanced knowledge of Chemistry, Biology, and Human Physiology
  • Experience with analytical chemistry techniques
  • Clinical experience and knowledge of medical techniques
  • Data analysis
  • Scientific writing and presentation
  • Ability to work within or lead a group

Skill Highlights
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication and relationship building skills

  • Collaborative

  • Decision-making under pressure

  • High ethical standards

  • Solid scientific knowledge and technical skills

  • Clinical acumen
Professional Experience
2011 to Community Health Fair Volunteer St. Michael's Medical Center | City, STATE,
  • Provided blood pressure screenings and health information to those without health insurance

05/2011 to 04/2012 Research Project St. Michael's Medical Center, Department Of Infectious Disease, Dr. Jihad Slim, MD. | City, STATE,

"Clindamycin Resistance Rates of CA-MRSA in Newark, NJ, USA."

  • Retrospective Study using CDC criteria to determine CA-MRSA isolates susceptibility and inducible susceptibility to clindamycin
  • Analysis of six months of culture data for hundreds of patients in an inner city hospital

2007 to 04/2007 Anatomy Tutor St. George's University | City, STATE,
  • 10 students per session
2004 to 05/2005 Research Project Indiana University Proteomics Research And Development Center, Dr. Randy J. Arnold, Ph.D. | City, STATE,

"Subcellular localization and quantitative analysis of rate brand and liver proteins using High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) tandem MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry (MS)."

  • Separated, identified and quantified alcohol dehydrogenase proteins in non-alcoholic and alcoholic rats in the subcellular level
  • Analysis involved homogenization of rate liver tissue, differential centrifugation of the organelle components and digestion with trypsin
  • Each fraction was then identified and quantified using High Performance Liquid Chromatography tandem MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry and an in-house analysis program using the Swissprot database for identification

Education and Training
Expected in May 2012 Doctor of Medicine, MD | St. George's University, , W.I. GPA:


  • Iota Epsilon Alpha Medical Honor Society
  • Chancellor's List (1)
  • Dean's List (3)

Expected in May 2006 Bachelor of Science | Chemistry Indiana University, Bloomington, IN GPA:


  • Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society (January 2002 - May 2006)
  • Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Partnership, 2004

Additional Information
  • Worked and paid for Undergraduate and Medical School.
  • References available upon request.

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School Attended

  • St. George's University
  • Indiana University

Job Titles Held:

  • Community Health Fair Volunteer
  • Research Project
  • Anatomy Tutor
  • Research Project


  • Doctor of Medicine, MD
  • Bachelor of Science

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