Adaptable team player easily coordinating and implementing approved changes, delivering on-the-job training to new individuals, and extremely knowledgeable in overall laboratory function and maintenance. Also a qualified problem solver with skills resolving issues encountered with minimal supervision.
Self-motivated, with high degree of attention-to-detail and accuracy
Proficient in Excel and Word
Ability to work independently and cohesively as part of a team
Flexible and capable of adapting to priority changes on a daily basis
Ability to prioritize and perform multiple tasks in a dynamic environment
Molecular Genetics TechnologistJul 2015 - Current Labcorp1912 TW Alexander
Set up and perform test activities.
Reports results to clients completely, accurately, within established time frames and according to departmental protocols.
Designed and implemented communications log to increase productivity and efficiency between multiple techs on multiple shifts.
Create test documentation and work instruction, providing training to subordinate test technicians.
Provided documentation on start-up, shut down, and first level troubleshooting of processes to help desk staff.
Calibrate/adjust equipment to ensure quality production.
Competently utilize analytical and scientific software.
Remain consistently compliant with 5S standards.
Bachelor of Science: Genetics2015 University of New HampshireDurham, New Hampshire
Senior Thesis: Discerning Valid Sex Determining Markers via RAPD PCR
Research Assistant: Developing Seed Germination and Marker-assisted Sex-Determination Protocols for Hardy Kiwi's
Presidential Scholarship Recipient
Made Deans List fall semester 2014
Recipient of the Virginia M. and William L. Conrad Undergraduate Research Award in Plant Biology
Coursework includes: Perl for Bioinformatics, Molecular Genetics, Biochemistry and psychology.