Jessica Claire
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Dedicated Graduate Assistant adept in research and academic publishing demonstrated through history of academic excellence. Quick-learning, dedicated and experienced working within postsecondary research environments. Dedicated to skill development and bringing value to dynamic teams. Productive Phlebotomist offering [Number] years of experience in efficiently collecting blood specimens from newborn to geriatric patients in hospital settings. Proven leader with success in recommending and introducing strategies to improve workflow, specimen processing and customer service related to patient care. Skilled at calming stressed and anxious patients of all ages. Dedicated laboratory scientist well-versed in medical protocols and managing microbiology, chemistry and hematology tests. Excellent multitasker with good communication and problem-solving abilities. Skilled at keeping work areas clean and equipment well-maintained. Detail-oriented and highly trained laboratory professional with advanced understanding of materials analysis and product development. History of supporting and enhancing production quality with methodical analysis and manufacturing support. Proven expertise in experimentation and practical applications.

  • Teaching
  • Technician
  • Tutoring
  • Lab testing
  • Data acquisition
  • Course materials creation
  • Data evaluation
  • Leadership strength
  • Online teaching
  • Materials preparation
  • Research support
  • Multitasking
  • Organizational skills
  • Report and technical writing
  • Chemical identification
  • Laboratory safety procedures
  • Specimen preparation
  • Organic and inorganic synthesis
  • Clinical lab settings
  • Quality control
  • Laboratory assay analysis
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Empirical research
  • Quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • Public presentations
  • Laboratory operations
  • Clinical research
  • Research and publication
  • Documentation skills
  • Teaching students
Graduate Assistant, 01/2019 - Current
Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ,
  • Currently supervising and teaching undergraduate students in chemistry laboratory classes and offering chemistry tutoring during my office hours.
  • Currently working with Dr.
  • Nikolay Gerasimchuk on synthesizing and characterizing antimony cyanoximates for antimicrobial studies.
  • Educated undergraduate students on laboratory protocols and activities.
  • Prepared and edited reports, presentations and articles using MS Word and PowerPoint.
  • Contributed to applied research projects in [Academic area] field.
  • Analyzed data to assist professors with various projects.
  • Assisted with research for academic publications.
Teaching Assistant, 01/2019 - Current
The Biome School Saint Louis, MO,
  • Tracked class and student metrics including attendance, projects, labs and reports.
  • Utilized email, phone and in-person meetings to answer questions and mentor struggling students.
  • Adhered to university requirements for student assignments, testing and grading of work.
  • Gained experience in teaching courses including college algebra, trigonometry, business calculus and statistics.
  • Displayed strong work ethic and promoted respect and humility among all individuals.
Support Lab Technician, 08/2017 - 06/2018
Cox Medical Center City, STATE, Amankrah
  • Worked as a phlebotomist and specimen processor at Cox,.
  • Managing and coordinating with other phlebotomist to get a draw done.
  • Scheduling patient draws with nurses and doctors.
  • Undergraduate Research.
  • Worked alongside Dr.
  • Philip Stepp on a research project about the effects of Batrachotoxin on the nervous system of frogs.
  • Quality Intern at Jordan Valley.
  • Assisted the Quality manager with jobs like swabbing the hospital, writing policies, and effectively packaging/labeling the swabs.
  • Collected, labeled and stored lab samples according to laboratory specifications.
  • Developed exemplary rapport with patients by demonstrating compassion and [Skill].
  • Verified collection orders and communicated discrepancies to nurses.
  • Verified quality of specimens by centrifuging specimens for logistics courier to pickup.
Education and Training
Master of Science: Chemistry, Expected in 07/2021
Missouri State University - Springfield, MO,
Emergency Medical Technician-Basic: Emergency Medical Technology, Expected in 12/2018
Ozarks Technical Community College - Springfield, MO,
Bachelor of Science: Biochemistry, Expected in 2017
Drury University - Springfield, MO,
Additional Information
  • AWARDS , Robert S. Christie Memorial Scholarship Recipient WEB and AOB Memorial Scholarship Recipient Smith Glynn Callaway Medical Foundation Scholarship Recipient Dean’s List Outstanding Achievement Award in Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry Judge Warren White Scholar Award Recipient

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