Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary

Skilled Research Scientist focused on molecular biology and epidemiology. Exceptional research skills with demonstrated success in study design and execution. Well-organized and enthusiastic with a willingness to take on new challenges and learn new skills.

  • Project Management
  • Presentations and public speaking
  • Supervision
  • MS Office
  • Communication skills
  • Administration knowledge
  • Molecular biology and genetics
  • Organization
  • Writing reports
  • Laboratory Procedures
Work History
05/2016 to Current
Program Coordinator Cope Health Solutions West Covina, CA,
  • Led seven cohorts for the National Diabetes Prevention Program, resulting in obtain CDC recognition for the agency's ability to prevent type 2 diabetes
  • Providing ongoing direction and leadership for the NDPP program operations
  • Assist with data analysis for the agency. Analyzed large amounts of data to find patterns of program strengths and weaknesses
  • Develop impactful grant applications to enhance the organization's potential for funding awards in chronic disease prevention and self-management
04/2015 to 12/2015
MPH Intern Apex Systems Carlsbad, CA,
  • Conducted data collection, statistical analysis, and reported findings on several public health programs
  • Assisted New York State Department of Health with Harmful Alga Bloom surveillance for Cayuga County in data collection through questionnaire administration
  • Designed the Cayuga County Health Department Maternal Child Health Nurse-Family partnership electronic database
  • Collected, organized, and disseminated quality water fluoridation data from multiple sources including local organizations and government entities to appropriate individuals
  • Met with members of public and local leaders at various community events and discussed ways to increase health literacy and reduce the incidence of chronic disease and obesity
08/2014 to 04/2015
Associate Scientist Basf Denver, CO,
  • Designed and developed small-scale models for freezing and thawing drug substances. One model was utilized in a study showing an annual savings of approximately $175,000
  • Conduct experiments for the purposes of commercial manufacturing support for biopharmaceutical purification and bulk drug substance handling process consisting of chromatography, viral inactivation, ultrafiltration/difiltration (UF/DF), filtration and bulk scale cryogenics unit operations
  • Operated, cleaned, and maintained laboratory equipment; Prepared buffers and reagents; Documented experimental data and results, data verification, and prepared study protocols and final reports
  • Troubleshot process-related problems observed at manufacturing scale through the design of scale-down studies and evaluate data from manufacturing lots
  • Interfaced with Process Development, Pilot Plant, Manufacturing, Manufacturing Support, Quality Assurance, Analytical, Supply Chain and Global Regulatory Sciences groups
02/2006 to 03/2011
Research Technician I SUNY Upstate University City, STATE,
  • Worked in a collaborative environment on multiple retinal stem cell research projects using molecular biology and histological techniques. Results from this work were published in the Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science Journal.
  • Assisted with training junior team members in laboratory techniques and operation of equipment
  • Assisted six graduate students and scientists with in-depth research in both lab and office environments
  • Leveraged highly effective communication and active listening skills to work effectively with scientists of diverse backgrounds and accomplish common research goals
  • Gathered, arranged, and corrected research data to create representative graphs and charts highlighting results for presentations
Expected in
Masters: Public Health (MPH)
Purdue University Global - Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • Graduated with 3.93 GPA
  • Thesis: An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Parent Participation in Decreasing Childhood Dental Caries through Motivational Interviewing
  • Coursework in Health Behavior, Principles of Epidemiology, Biostatistics I&II, Public Health Program Development, Grant and Contract Writing MPH Capstone
Expected in
M.A: Biological Sciences
CUNY At Lehman College - Bronx, New York
  • Graduated with 3.94 GPA
  • Thesis: A Transmission electron microscopic study on the effects of gadolinium, a mechanoreceptor blocker, on gravitropism in inhibiting elongation growth of the tobacco plant shoots and roots
  • Coursework in Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Transmission Electron Microscopy, and Biochemistry
Expected in
B.A: Biological Sciences
SUNY At Binghamton - Binghamton, NY
Additional Information

Cone Degeneration Following Rod Ablation in a Reversible Model of Retinal Degeneration

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School Attended

  • Purdue University Global
  • CUNY At Lehman College
  • SUNY At Binghamton

Job Titles Held:

  • Program Coordinator
  • MPH Intern
  • Associate Scientist
  • Research Technician I


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