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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary
Undergraduate student and research biologist practiced in immunohistochemistal techniques, confocal microscopy, molecular biology and genetics, as well as science communication and instruction. Future plans include a developmental neurobiology senior thesis topic concerned with the identification of molecular markers that may sub-classify Dbx1-derived cells in the rhythmogenic core of the inspiratory central pattern generator for breathing. This may be accomplished after becoming well-versed in the questions and techniques that characterize developmental neurobiology.
Skills
  • Experienced in Immunohistochemistry 
  • Proficient in PCR
  • Proficient in confocal microscopy 
  • Competent in utilizing image analysis software
  • Basic knowledge of genomic techniques
  • Knowledge of transgenic mouse maintenance and construction
  • Knowledge of CLARITY protocol
  • Comfortable public speaker
  • Published science writer
Education
The College of William & Mary 200 Stadium Dr, Williamsburg, VA 23185 Expected in Current Bachelor of Science : Biology - GPA :
  • 3.76 GPA
  • Emphasis on molecular biology
  • Coursework in all other basic sciences: chemistry, math, and physics
Work History
Chyten Test Preparation, Inc. - Explainer
MA, State, 01/2012 - Current
In this program, high school and college students called “explainers” conduct a number of educational programs geared toward younger visitors on air and space science and history. These programs include hands-on demonstrations, presentations in the observatory, small science experiments, and the maintenance of the program’s online help center, Ask an Explainer.   
California Institute Of Technology - Tutor
Pasadena, CA, 05/2014 - Current
I Tutor students in biology, calculus, and chemistry courses. The Tutorzone is a study resource based out of Swem Library for the students of the College of William & Mary.
California Institute Of Technology - Undergraduate Researcher
Pasadena, CA, 07/2013 - 02/2015

Dr. Mark Forsyth’s lab focuses on the mechanisms through which bacterial pathogens cause disease. The model organism for his research is the cancer- and ulcer-causing bacteria, H. pylori. I manipulated a unique sequence on a gene in H. pylori which responds to changes in pH. I used molecular genetic techniques such as plasmid preparation, DNA isolation, plasmid transformation, bacterial transfection, and qRT-PCR.

Dr. Christopher A. Del Negro - Undergraduate Researcher
City, STATE, 01/2015 - Current

Dr. Christopher Del Negro's lab researches the neural origins of breathing. Specifically, this lab is interested in the interneurons and glia whose precursors express the homeobox transcription factor Dbx1, which putatively drive inspiratory rhythm and breathing movements. At this point I regularly perform immunohistochemistry and confocal microscopy. I have been working on a project to quantify Dbx1-derived neurons and glia in the respiratory core oscillator, dubbed the preBötzinger complex, in the medulla of Dbx1-reporter mice. Future directions include an exploration of molecular markers that may help sub-classify Dbx1-derived cells and thus identify, more specifically, the cellular rhythmogenic core.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • The College of William & Mary

Job Titles Held:

  • Explainer
  • Tutor
  • Undergraduate Researcher
  • Undergraduate Researcher

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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