Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Demonstrated success in public health projects, including epidemiology, statistical analysis and data entry. Skilled in technical writing, compiling data and clinical research. Results-driven and proactive with a diligent, responsive and resourceful nature.

  • Delivered thesis presentation on Harboring A TP53 Germline Mutation: Assessing Clinical Outcomes In Patients With Hypodiploid Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the University of Memphis in 2017.
  • Collaborated with investigators at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital to make breakthrough in Clinical Genomics.
  • Delivered poster presentation on Using The Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) To Examine Various Topics of Interest for ENT Specialists at EBE Colloquium Presentation at the University of Memphis in 2018.
  • Earned recognition in peer-reviewed publications like Imaging Practices in the United States Emergency Department for Primary Bell's Palsy.
  • Earned recognition in peer-reviewed abstracts like Invertebrate Colonization of Live Versus Dead Large Wood Of Different Species In A Gravel Bed Stream and Nasal Valve Surgery: Trends in Ambulatory Surgery Centers from 2008 to 2013.
  • Research Design
  • Study Coordination
  • Scientific Paper Experience
  • Research and Analysis
  • Data Analysis
  • Literature Reviews
  • Faculty Collaboration
  • Academic Presentations
  • Database Searches
  • SAS Programming
  • Data Organization
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • Experimental Design
  • Research Reporting
Work History
Graduate Clinical Research Assistant, 02/2016 to 05/2018
Jefferson HealthGloucester County, NJ,
  • Developed and presented retrospective cohort project, studying clinical outcomes of harboring TP53 germline mutation in 46 patients with hypodiploid acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
  • Gathered, reviewed, and summarized literature from scientific journals and EMRs to produce graphs and other scientific calculations using MS excel.
  • Gathered, organized, and entered data into SAS to perform statistical and quantitative analysis
  • Assisted faculty members with data collection for potential academic publications
  • Conducted, researched, and drafted memos and summaries on clinical genomics in 100+ pediatric oncology patients
  • Gathered clinical and laboratory information from medical records for 334 patients to address how germline genetic factors influence blood cell development in children with retinoblastoma to assist principal investigators with research pursuits.
  • Developed information sheet describing different types of genetic tests in outpatient Cancer Predisposition Clinic, which is readily available for medical providers at St. Jude and resource for families.
  • Participated in department's weekly case conference, monthly journal club, and shadowed in outpatient clinic
Independent Contractor , 05/2017 to 08/2017
University Of Tennessee Health Science CenterCity, STATE,
  • Performed statistical and quantitative analysis on 1000+ patients in SAS for review by lead Biostatistician
  • Collaborated closely with two Otolaryngologist to better understand research projects
  • Liaised between Otolaryngologists and lead Biostatistician to answer questions and optimize Otolaryngologists time.
  • Created plans and communicated deadlines to ensure projects were completed on time
Graduate Assistant, 05/2016 to 05/2017
University Of Memphis School Of Public HealthCity, STATE,
  • Prepared materials for reports, presentations, and submission to peer-reviewed journal publications.
  • Gathered, organized, and entered data into SAS to perform statistical and quantitative analysis
  • Assessed primary and secondary diagnosis in patients with Bell's palsy following improper imaging via SAS
  • Ran statistical analysis, analyzed data, and identified significance in incidence of nasal valve surgery trends
  • Imported data from Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project into SAS to assess demographic and clinical variables associated with cleft palate trauma
  • Gathered, reviewed, and summarized literature from 100 scientific journals such as SciFinder and PubMed and produced comprehensive MS excel spreadsheet.
  • Worked on meta-analysis, studying toxicities in patients with sickle cell disease who have undergone treatment on hydroxyurea.
Masters in Health Science: Molecular Biology And Biochemistry, Expected in 05/2019
Johns Hopkins University - Baltimore, MD
  • Thesis: Defects in DNA Mismatch Repair Leading To The Development Of Colon Cancer
Masters in Public Health: Epidemiology, Expected in 05/2017
University Of Memphis - Memphis, TN,
  • Elected to Treasurer for Public Health Student Association
  • Graduated with 3.96 GPA
  • Thesis: Harboring a TP53 Germline Mutation: Assessing Clinical Outcomes in Patients with Hypodiploid Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Bachelor of Science: Biology, Expected in 05/2015
University Of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR,
  • Member of Delta Delta Delta
  • Member of Nontraditional Premed Student Organization

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School Attended

  • Johns Hopkins University
  • University Of Memphis
  • University Of Arkansas

Job Titles Held:

  • Graduate Clinical Research Assistant
  • Independent Contractor
  • Graduate Assistant


  • Masters in Health Science
  • Masters in Public Health
  • Bachelor of Science

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