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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Summary

Friendly and enthusiastic, offering 10+yrs of experience as a research scientist and also possess expertise in dealing with customers. My Technical Support and marketing director experience, makes me a strong, energetic communicator with natural leadership talent. Exceptional ability to have problem solving skills, ability to train and lead others makes me a valuable asset for company's growth.

Skills
  • Leadership
  • Active Listening
  • Quick Learner
  • Critical Thinking
  • Multitasking
  • Coordination
  • Judgement and Decision Making
  • Education and training
  • Customer and personal Service
  • Sales and marketing
  • Technical Services
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microbiology
  • Quality
  • Laboratory Procedures
  • Internal audits
  • ISO 9001 standards
  • Quality Management
  • Reporting
  • System documentation
  • Validation
Experience
03/2018 to Current
Marketing Director Fay Servicing Chicago, IL,
  • Interview clients to determine their current income, expenses, insurance coverage, tax status, financial objectives, risk tolerance, or other information needed to develop a financial plan.
  • Recommend to clients strategies in cash management, insurance coverage, or other areas to help them achieve their financial goals.
  • Recruit and maintain client bases.
  • Conduct seminars or workshops on financial planning topics, such as retirement planning,. estate planning, or the evaluation of severance packages.
09/2007 to 01/2018
Reseach Scientist Motion Recruitment Burlington, MA,
  • Plan, set up, execute and analyze experiments related to projects and organizational goals.
  • Proven ability to independently collect, review and organize data and develop conclusion.
  • Report the supervisor regularly on the status and results of experiments and projects and also provide recommendations based on the data achieved.
  • Be prepared to present that information to larger group as it is necessary and appropriate.
  • Provide training to new employees and external trainees on various technical skills and projects.
  • Perform the work in safe, clean and organized manner as per the established company and laboratory procedures to generate quality data.
  • Conduct internal audits to evaluate the adequacy of Quality Management System documentation, conformance to quality management system requirements and the effectiveness of system implementation.
  • Ability to meet tight deadlines and complete the project within required timeframe.
  • Knowledge of ISO 9001 standards, to assess organization's ability to meet customer requirements.
  • Conduct development and validation studies on various food and environmental samples to detect pathogens including Salmonella, E.coli O157:H7 and Listeria, using various test kits like Assurance GDS (Genetic Detection System), Assurance Sal Gold EIA &VIP (lateral flow device) and comparing them with reference method.
07/2009 to 11/2011
Technical Support Representative BioControl Systems, Inc City, STATE,
  • Dealing with Customer Complaints and reporting the needed department to take corrective action, as needed.
  • Calling the customer to understand their issues and request the samples to test in house, if needed.
Education and Training
Expected in 2005
Master's: Microbiology
Guru Nanak Dev University - Amritsar, Punjab
GPA:
Expected in 2003
Bachelor's: Industrial Microbiology
Guru Nanak Dev University - Amritsar, Punjab
GPA:
Activities and Honors
Accomplishments
  • C/ISO 9001:2008 Publications Research paper on Molecular characterization of multiple xylanase producing thermophilic/ thermotolerant fungi isolated from composting material got published in Letters in Applied Microbiology Journal (Jan, 2008).
  • Https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18416703 2008-05 DNA from 16 thermophilic/thermotolerant fungal isolates was amplified by PCR using three sets of primers: (i) internal transcribed spacer sequence (ITSI-5.8S-ITSII), (ii) D1/D2 hyper variable region of 26S rDNA and (iii) 18S rDNA region.
  • The amplified products of internal transcribed spacers (ITS) and D1/D2 region were sequenced and analysed using CLUSTALX, whereas, amplified 18S rDNA region was subjected to RFLP analysis based on restriction digestion with RsaI, MboI and Hinf I.
  • Evaluation of the Assurance GDS of Salmonella methods in food and environmental surfaces in J AOAC Int.
  • 93 (1):150-62 20334177 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20334177 2010-01 A multilaboratory collaborative study was conducted to compare the detection of Salmonella by the Assurance GDS for Salmonella method and the Reference culture methods.
  • Six foods, representing a variety of low microbial and high microbial load foods were analyzed.
  • Seventeen laboratories in the United States and Canada participated in this study.
  • No statistical differences (P < 0.05) were observed between the Assurance GDS for Salmonella and the Reference culture methods for any inoculation level of any food type or naturally contaminated food, except for pasta, for which the Assurance GDS method had a higher number of confirmed test portions for Salmonella compared to the Reference method.Comparison of Assurance GDS() MPX ID for Top STEC with Reference Culture Methods for the Detection of E.
  • Coli Top 6 STEC; Direct Confirmation of Top 6 STEC from Isolation Plates and Determination of Equivalence of PickPen() and FSIS OctoMACS Concentration Protocols.
  • Https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26997139 2016-03 Assurance GDS() MPX ID for Top Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC; MPX ID) was validated according to the AOAC INTERNATIONAL Methods Committee Guidelines for Validation of Microbiological Methods for Foods and Environmental Surfaces as (1) a secondary screening method for specific detection of the Top 6 STEC serogroups (O26, O45, O103, O111, O121, and O145) in raw beef trim, raw ground beef, raw spinach, and on stainless steel; and (2) as a confirmatory method for the identification of pure culture isolates as Top 6 STEC.
  • MPX ID is used in conjunction with the upfront BCS Assurance GDS MPX Top 7 STEC assay.
  • AOAC Official MethodSM Matrix Extension Validation Study of Assurance GDSTM for the Detection of Salmonella in Selected Spices 2015-07 Assurance GDS(TM) for Salmonella Tq has been validated according to the AOAC INTERNATIONAL Methods Committee Guidelines for Validation of Microbiological Methods for Food and Environmental Surfaces for the detection of selected foods and environmental surfaces (Official Method of Analysis(SM) 2009.03, Performance Tested Method(SM) No.
  • 050602).
  • The method also completed AFNOR validation (following the ISO 16140 standard) compared to the reference method EN ISO 6579.
  • Comparative Validation Study To Demonstrate the Equivalence of a Minor Modification to AOAC Official Method 2005.04 Assurance GDS (R) E.
  • Coli O157:H7 Method to the Reference Culture Method: 375 Gram Sample Size 2013-07 The Assurance GDS Shiga Toxin Genes (0157), AOAC Official MethodsM 2005.05, has been modified to include a larger sample size of 375 g.
  • A methods comparison study was conducted to demonstrate the equivalence of this modification to the reference culture method.
  • Ninety samples and controls, representing three foods, were analyzed.
  • Results show no statistically detectable difference between the Assurance GDS Escherichia coli O157:H7 assay and the reference culture methods for the detection of E.
  • Coli O157:H7, other than the low level of inoculation for leaf lettuce for which the GDS gave noticeably higher recovery [difference in Probability of Detection between candidate methods (dPODc = +0.45)].
  • There were also suggestions of moderate differences (dPODc = +0.15 to +0.20) for ground beef and the high level of leaf lettuce, but the study size was too small to detect differences of this size.
  • Results showed that the Assurance GDS Shiga Toxin Genes (0157) method is equivalent to the reference culture methods for the detection of Shiga toxigenic E.
  • Coli O157:H7.
  • Comparison of assurance GDS MPX ID for Top STEC with reference culture methods for the detection of E.
  • Coli Top 6 STEC; Direct Confirmation of Top 6 STEC from isolation plates and determination of equivalence of PickPen and FSIS OctoMACS concentration protocols 2016-03 Assurance GDS MPX ID for Top Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC; MPX ID) was validated according to the AOAC INTERNATIONAL Methods Committee Guidelines for Validation of Microbiological Methods for Foods and Environmental Surfaces as (1) a secondary screening method for specific detection of the Top 6 STEC serogroups (O26, O45, O103, O111, O121, and O145) in raw beef trim,raw ground beef, raw spinach, and on stainless steel; and (2) as a confirmatory method for the identification of pure culture isolates as Top 6 STEC.
Additional Information
  • Authorized to work in the US for any employer

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  • Guru Nanak Dev University

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  • Reseach Scientist
  • Technical Support Representative

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