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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Professional Overview

Preclinical (in vitro and in vivo) research experience in materials characterization using various analytical methods, and in designing and executing laboratory protocols and SOPs. Additional experience in R&D, Product Development, and Technology Transfer in biotechnology industry. Strong interpersonal skills allowing ability to successfully work in interdisciplinary teams as well as working independently.

Experience
08/2010 to 08/2014 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Technology Transfer Intern University Of Utah | Stansbury Park, UT,
  • Transfected cell lines and characterize immunological properties of transfected cell lines
  • Performed cell-based assays
  • Characterized molecular targeted agents/probes for cancer diagnostic and therapeutic purposes using fluorescence spectroscopy methods and other in vivo imaging applications
  • Designed, executed and analyzed protocols for in vitro and in vivo assessments to determine the dosage, pharmacokinetics and biodistribution of targeted agents in mouse models
  • Collaborated with Mathematical Oncology team to model PK and BD of targeted agents
  • Statistical analysis of large sale data sets from Mass Spectroscopy
  • Analyzed novel technologies to assess their commercial value, patentability and marketability
  • Identified biomedical companies for licensure opportunities of novel technologies and/or devices
  • Created technology marketing material for novel inventions
04/2006 to 03/2010 Graduate Research Assistant Community College Of Aurora | Denver, CO,
  • Investigated mechanical properties of active nanostructures, specifically breakage of microtubules through wear and fatigue by kinesin motor proteins
  • Characterized microtubule material properties to optimize molecular shuttles designs
  • Quantitated length distribution, degradation as a function of motor activity, and change in gliding speed when cargo is loaded
11/2007 to 07/2008 R&D Biotechnology Intern RTI Surgical Inc, Research & Development Department | City, STATE,
  • Worked with Product Development department on new product launch initiatives.
  • Collaborated with the team on scaling up procedures for mass production of a new bone graft substitute product.
  • Characterized elution kinetics and properties of drug loaded bone allograft using HPLC
2002 to 06/2005 Chemistry Instructor School District Of Hillsborough County | City, STATE,
  • Prepared lesson plans, delivered instruction, and developed and administered examinations
  • Co-managed science labs; Designed laboratory curriculum covering fundamental chemistry topics such as molarity, buffering capacity, acid/base properties and organic chemistry reactions
Education
Expected in 2010 PhD | Materials Science Engineering University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl GPA:

Dissertation: Characterizing and engineering microtubule properties for use in hybrid nanodevices.

Expected in 2002 MA | Education University of South Florida, Tampa, FL GPA:

Secondary Science Education; concentration in Biology

Expected in 1999 BA | Clinical Laboratory Sciences University of South Florida, Tampa, Fl GPA:

concentration in Clinical Laboratory Sciences

Publications

1. D. F. Abrahams, Y. Jeune-Smith, A. Bode, M. Baldwin and J. W. Choi. Real-time ultrasound guided needle injection of the mouse jugular vein. Current Protocols in Mouse Biology, 2014, 4, 141


2. N. K. Tafreshi, A. Silva, V.C. Estrella, T.W. McCardle, T. Chen, Y. Jeune-Smith, S.A. Enkemann, K. Smalley, V. K. Sondak, J. Vagner and D.L. Morse. In vivo and in silico pharmacokinetics and biodistribution of a melanocortin receptor 1 targeted agent in preclinical models in melanoma. Molecular Pharmaceutics, 2013, 10(8), 3175


3. S. He, A. T. Lam, Y. Jeune-Smith and H. Hess. Modeling negative cooperativity in streptavidin adsorption onto biotinylated microtubules. Langmuir, 2012, 28, 10635


4. Y Jeune-Smith, A. Agarwal and H. Hess. Cargo loading onto kinesin-powered molecular shuttles. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2010, 45, e2006


5. Y. Jeune-Smith and H. Hess. Engineering the length distribution of microtubules polymerized in vitro. Soft Matter, 2010, 6, 1778


6. Y. Jeune and H. Hess: “A novel laboratory for undergraduate students: using microtubules to illustrate polymer properties”, Caltech Chemical Bonding Center NSF Site Visit, Pasadena, CA (February 2008) Oral Presentation and peer-reviewed manuscript in Conference Proceedings.

Presentations

1. Y. Jeune-Smith “Characterizing Cancer Tumor Targeting Agents”, Hillsborough Community College Science Seminar, Tampa, FL (2012, 2013) Invited Speaker


2. Y. Jeune-Smith, A. Cohen, N. Tafreshi, J. Vagner, R. Gillies and D. Morse. “In Vivo Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Differentiates the Bound versus Unbound State of a Cell-Surface Receptor Targeted Ligand”, AACR 2013, Washington, DC (April 2013) Poster presentation


3. Y. Jeune-Smith, J. Josan, C. Weber, A. Silva, R. Lynch, J. Vagner, V. Hruby, R. Gillies and D. Morse. “Characterization of Multivalent Targeted Molecular Imaging Probes”, World Molecular Imaging Congress 2012 Annual Meeting, Dublin Ireland (September 2012) 1st place Poster Award


4. Y. Jeune, K. Nittala and H. Hess: “Fatigue and wear of microtubules induced by kinesin motor activity”, Materials Research Society Spring Meeting, San Francisco, CA (March 2008)


5. Y. Jeune and H. Hess: “A novel laboratory for undergraduate students: using microtubules to illustrate polymer properties”, Caltech Chemical Bonding Center NSF Site Visit, Pasadena, CA (February 2008) Oral Presentation and peer-reviewed manuscript in Conference Proceedings.


6. Y. Jeune and H. Hess: “Wear in active nanosystems powered by biomolecular motors”, Gordon Research Conference on the Physics and Chemistry of Microfluidics, Waterville Valley, NH (July 2007)

Skills

Research: Experimental design; Spectroscopy and microscopy techniques; In vitro motor protein assays; Cell/tissue culture; DNA transfection and clone selection; Flow cytometry; Live animal research and animal handling; Data and statistical analysis


Software: Statistics (GraphPad, Origin, SPSS); Image analysis (Living Image, ImageJ, Optiview, TrueQuant); Productivity (Access Database, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Word), Inteum

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School Attended
  • University of Florida
  • University of South Florida
  • University of South Florida
Job Titles Held:
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Technology Transfer Intern
  • Graduate Research Assistant
  • R&D Biotechnology Intern
  • Chemistry Instructor
Degrees
  • PhD
  • MA
  • BA