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Professional Summary
I am a focused neuroscience student interested in furthering my science and medical education through internships and research opportunities. I can offer a background in research in the well-known Klein lab at Northwestern University, working with amyloid beta oligomers and Alzheimer's Disease. I also have strong communication skills, and effective problem solving and creative thinking capabilities. I wish to expand my knowledge in science and medicine and gain valuable, hands-on experience.
  • Laboratory Experiments (specifically dot blot, Western blot and silver stain, ELISA, and mass spectrometry) 
  • Team Collaboration (work closely with post-doctorate fellow and other undergraduates) 
  • Grant Writing (2016 Weinberg Research Grant Recipient) 
  • Teaching/tutoring people of all ages 
  • Presenting and Explaining Results to others (weekly lab meetings, various symposiums and fairs- recently presented research at Eli Lilly Pharmaceutical in 2015) 
  • Extremely proficient at paying attention to detail, organization, and interpersonal communication (verbal and written) 
Northwestern University Evanston, IL Expected in Current Bachelor of Science : Neuroscience - GPA :
  • A single-chain variable fragment human antibody targeting a sub-population of Aβ oligomers linked to Alzheimer’s disease. Adriano Sebollela, Erika N. Cline, Izolda Popova, Kevin Luo, Xiaoxia Sun, Jay Ahn,Milena A.Barcelos, Vanessa N. Bezerra, Natalia M. Lyra e Silva, Jason Patel, Nathalia R. Pinheiro, Alex L. Qin, Josette M. Kamel, Jessica Claire, Adrian M. Bebenek, Pauline T. Velasco, Kirsten L. Viola,Pascale N.Lacor, Sergio T. Ferreira, and William L. Klein. Under review by the Journal of Neurochemistry. 
  • Xie, Y., Claire, A. and Q. Claire. 2015. Population estimation of urban residential communities using remotely sensed morphologic data. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 12(5), 1111-1115. DOI: 10.1109/LGRS.2014.2385597. 
  • Research Student in the Klein Lab: The main objective of our research is characterizing amyloid beta oligomers, which contribute to Alzheimer's Disease. I am working with post-doctoral fellow Erika Cline to characterize oligomers using an antibody, NUsc1 
  • 2016 Weinberg Undergraduate Research Grant Recipient: I received $3,500 to conduct research over the summer in the Klein Lab 
  • 2016 Northwestern Alumnae Association STEM Scholarship for Minorities Alternate
  • Northwestern Bioscientist: 30 incoming freshmen are selected to be in this program, which focuses on conducting research in labs as underclassmen, grant writing, and presenting research results to others
  • 2015 Mary E. Smith Foundation Excellence in Science and Medicine Recipient - $4,000 scholarship awarded to an undergraduate student planning to study neuroscience at their university. 
  • 2015 Joe B. Weaver Scholar awarded by the Science Education Foundation of Indiana- $6000 scholarship awarded to the top research project
  • 2015 Young Female Scientific Excellence Award by Eli Lilly Company for Outstanding Health Science Project by a Female: Presented at Eli Lilly Company to Female Scientists 
  • 2015 Top Life Sciences Project by the University of Notre Dame College of Science
  • Community Service Chair for Rotaract
  • Events Committee for Habitat for Humanity
Work History
Checkout.Com - Math/Reading Tutor and Grader
New York City, NY, 07/2011 - 05/2015
  • effectively teach children of all ages (4-15) math and reading skills
  • skilled at multitasking-specifically teaching multiple children at the same time while grading papers
  • skilled at evaluating children's math and reading skills through written and oral tests
  • enhanced my leadership and multitasking abilities

Kentucky Masonic Homes - Sales Associate
Louisville, KY, 05/2015 - 08/2015
  • skilled at being a persuasive seller and customer service- specifically dealing with demanding/non-responsive customers
  • very skilled at verbal, interpersonal skills and multitasking, specifically talking to multiple customers at once, performing various sales tasks, and listening to instructions over earphones
  • helped routinely exceed store goals

Arizona State University - Teaching Assistant
Tempe, AZ, 08/2015 - 02/2016
  • supervised and taught multiple children basic computer science programs and probability for two classes
  • skilled at effectively teaching children concepts and supervising the childrens' application of concepts into activities and programs
  • skilled at flexibility and creativity, especially to convey and to capture and hold children's attention while teaching 

Feinberg Medical School-Nikon Imaging Center - Research Technician
City, STATE, 09/2015 - Current
  • skilled at preparation of tissue and cell culture samples for electron and light microscopy
  • very proficient at thick and thin sectioning of the samples, using an ultramicrotome 
  • I also stained the slides to verify the area of interest is present, staining the thin section grids for electron microscopy, and creating the resin for the samples to be set in
  • I also am trained on using a confocal microscope and cleaning the instruments

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