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Jessica Claire
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Summary
To design and develop bioinformatics and scientific software applications for data analysis and evaluation. Two years of experience with C#, .NET technology, ASP.NET 2.0 and Sharepoint developing thin and thick client solutions for data integration in a research laboratory environment. *Five years of experience with Python developing re-usable components to deal with different aspects of structural bioinformatics, such as representations of molecular structures (MolKIT), and commands to represent secondary structures and superimposition (PMV) from mol2 and PDB files in OpenGL. *Skill set includes object-oriented and component based software design and implementation, database design and implementation, user interface design and implementation, unit testing, managing large scale distributions, product support and customer support for software. *Highly motivated team player with strengths including: initiative, high quality of work, fast learner, eager to learn and apply new technologies and good interpersonal skills.
Highlights
Object oriented design and programming, C#, .NET Framework, ASP.NET 2.0, MSSQL, Sharepoint, Visual Studio 2005, Python, SQL, CVS, Subversion, HTML. Experience with: C++, Java, MFC, gcc, OpenGL. Platform: Windows, LINUX, UNIX (SGI, SUN and MAC OSX.
Accomplishments
  • Presented multiple tutorials (Oreilly Bioinformatics Technology 2003, NPACI AHM meeting 2001 and 2002, Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing 2001 and TSRI since March 2002).
  • Coon SI, Sanner MF, Olson AJ.
  • Re-usable components for structural bioinformatics.
  • 9th Python Conference.
  • 2001.
Experience
Research Programmer, 12/2004 to Present
Boston Medical CenterBoston, MA,
  • Responsible for the design and implementation of a web-based modular application allowing bench scientists to access crystallization experiment data using reusable components and the ASP.NET 2.0 web part framework.
  • Responsible for the design and implementation of software package to automatically load crystallization images located on file system in a database.
  • Involved in the design and requirements specifications of the C-ME application, a collaboration with Interknowlogy using the latest Microsoft technologies.
  • C-ME is a client to allow collaboration and sharing of data amongst researcher using a graphical context.
  • Responsible for writing software specifications, user cases and release timeline documents.
  • Responsible for the design, implementation and maintenance of the following public websites http://atcg3d.org, http://sars.scripps.edu.
  • Responsible for the design of Sharepoint Teamsites for several projects in the lab.
Software Engineer II, 02/2007 to 2010
Cox AutomotiveDallas, TX,

Designed and implemented enhancement features to enable sequence data analysis and visualization in GenomeStudio.

Designed and implemented the front end of Illumina's cyto-genetics software product Karyostudio.

Supported the iConnect program providing customer with an SDK to implement GenomeStudio plug-ins.

Led working groups to develop mitigation strategies and prepare standard operating procedures.

Drove continual improvement to system architecture by refactoring old legacy code.

Senior Software Engineer, to
Hewlett Packard EnterpriseTeleworker, WA,
Research Programmer, 01/2000 to 12/2004
Boston Medical CenterBoston, MA,
  • Lead programmer of the Python-based Molecular Viewer (PMV).
  • Responsibilities included API design and implementation, development, testing, documentation, distribution and support of a complete molecular visualization software package.
  • Responsible for the design and development of software to automate unit testing and distributing all software packages developed at MGL.
  • Responsible for the design and implementation of an internet web site (http://www.scripps.edu/~sanner/software/packager.html), where users can login and download software.
  • Designed and implemented database in MySQL to store user and download information.
  • Managed the distribution of the python-based software (MGLTools) developed at MGL.
Education
M.S: Bioinformatics, Expected in 2002
DESS) University of Versailles-Saint Quentin - Paris,
GPA:
Fundamentals of the .NET Framework, (grade A) UCSD Extension (2005). ASP.NET Programming II - Advanced, (grade A) UCSD Extension (2006). C/C++ Programming II - IV, (grade A Bioinformatics
B.S: Cell Biology and Physiology, Expected in
University of Paris 6 - Paris,
GPA:
Cell Biology and Physiology
Skills
.NET, ASP.NET 2.0, ASP.NET, 3d, API, automate, C, C++ Programming II, C++, client, CVS, database, documentation, experiment, HTML, http, Java, LINUX, MAC, access, C#, MFC, Sharepoint, Microsoft technologies, Windows, MySQL, Object oriented design and programming, OpenGL, Programming II, programmer, Python, researcher, SGI, MSSQL, SQL, SUN, UNIX, Visual Studio, web site, websites

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School Attended
  • DESS) University of Versailles-Saint Quentin
  • University of Paris 6
Job Titles Held:
  • Research Programmer
  • Software Engineer II
  • Senior Software Engineer
  • Research Programmer
Degrees
  • M.S
  • B.S