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Teresa Nguyen Address: 34 Fenton Street, Dorchester, MA 02122 Cell: (617) 818 3641 & Home phone: (617) 282 4260 Email: I. Objective A recent passionate Biochemistry graduate with a bachelor degree is seeking for one of the following jobs: • Laboratory Research Assistant or Laboratory Technician • Surgical Technician • Pharmacy Technician ( already obtained Certified Pharmacy Technician license ) • Medical clerk Desiring for a job that is in the hospital or pharmaceutical and biochemical companies to utilize my experience in researching and executing experiments while advancing the company’s mission and furthering the advancement of science and health care. II. Education In June 3rd, 2011: Graduate with a Bachelor Degree in Biochemistry at University of Massachusetts of Boston. Schools attended: Quincy Community college: GPA: 3.5 Umass Boston: GPA: 3.3 III. Courseworks taken Biochemistry Lab I & II. Molecular Biology Physical Chemistry Lab Physical Chemistry Lecture Analytical Chemistry Lab Analytical Chemistry Lecture Organic Chemistry Lab I & II. Cell and Genetics Lecture IV. Working Experiences University of Massachusetts biology department - 09/2008 to 05/2011 - worked as laboratory technician with a lab coordinator, Yvonne Vaillancourt: to set up, reset instruments, equipments, apparatus and mix chemical materials such as buffer, proteins, etc… for Cell Biology, Neurology labs; and to sterilize and autoclave instruments and grow bacteria. University of Massachusetts biology department - 09/2010 to 05/2011 - taken Biochemistry independent study courses under mentoring of faculty research advisor, William Hagar who is Dean Associate of Mathematics and Science of Umass Boston: to carry out the research on an enzyme names polyphenol oxidase that presents in plant tissues; to use SDS PAGE, 200 Sepharyl column, centrifuge to separate cell organelles and proteins, to use DOPA to investigate the presence of enzyme in banana leaf, barley and banana fruit. Boston EyeWorks (1558 Dorchester avenue, Dorchester, 02122) - 09/2011 to 10/2011 front desk receptionist: to help patients fill out the form, verify insurance and choose eyeglasses, scheduling appointment. V. Biochemistry Laboratory experiences Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (PAGE) Agarose Gel Electrophoresis Differentiate Centrifugations Cary UV Spectrophotometer Size Exclusion Chromatography, Affinity Chromatography, Enzyme Kinetics, Ion Exchange Chromatography, Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectroscopy Combinational Chemistry Chlorophyll Assay, Enzyme Coupled Assay DNA extraction, Blood grouping, DNA Fingerprinting, Southern, Northern, Western Blotting and Bioinformatics Infrared Spectra of Proteins (IR), Biological Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Molecular Docking VI. Computer laboratory skills and pharmacy skills Mastering Microsoft Excel, Words and Worksheets to summarize, calculate data and report results for physic and biochemistry labs. Finishing reading the pharmacy technician’s book to possess a thorough understanding about the job duties, responsibility of a pharmacy technician must be done in the hospital or community pharmacy, as well as the needs of patients and other health care professionals from pharmacy department. VII. Certificates and awards Awarded with an Honor Graduation Certificate in Biochemistry major issued by biology department at University of Massachusetts of Boston. Obtained the National Certified Pharmacy Technician license issued by PTCB. VIII. References William Hagar, PhD • Associate Dean, Biology Department, College of Science and Mathematics • Work Telephone: (617) 287-6621 • Work Email: Yvonne Vaillancourt • Laboratory Coordinator, Biology Department, College of Science and Mathematics • Work Telephone: 617-287-5000 • Work Email: Bela Torok, PhD • Associate Professor of Chemistry, College of Science and Mathematics • Work Telephone: 617.287.6159 617.287.6159 • Work Email: • 100 Morrissey Blvd. Office Location: S-1-132 Manickam Sugumaran, PhD • Professor of Biology, College of Science and Mathematics • Work Telephone: (617) 287-6598 • Work Email: IX. Community involvement Being a member of St. Ambrose church which is located in Dorchester, MA, 02122 Doing volunteer by getting involved in a research studies provided by Brigham and Women’s Hospital Dear human resource, I'm looking for a technical research assistant position or any job openings are available. My background and skills in lab techniques and medical field will prove to be an effective match for your qualifications. I graduated with my bachelor degree in Biochemistry in June 2011. I worked for cell, neuron, and biochemistry labs at University of Massachusetts in Boston from 2008 to 2011. As a Laboratory Technician Assistant at UMass Boston, my job was set up, reset and breakdown of laboratory experiments in the labs. I also prepared chemical solution, buffer culture media, E. Coli culture and transferred stock of flies and crickets. I have taken course lab hand on experience in Molecular Biology techniques such as DNA, RNA isolation, DNA sequences PCR, Gel Electrophoresis and Biochemical techniques such as blood grouping, Southern, Northern and Western Blotting, GC-MS technique, Size Exclusion column, Affinity Column, Spectrophotometer, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Electron Spin Resonance, Fluorescence, Combinational Chemistry, Bioinformatics. I can work in a team or independently, attention to detail, organize and can conduct experiment. I also have obtained a certified pharmacy technician license recently and have an understand medical field such as filling medication, mixing compounding, answering questions to healthcare practitioners and counseling patients using medication. I’m comfortable with processing and testing specimens such as blood, urine, thyroid fluid in a medical lab. I’m able to learn and practice new guideline quickly. My accompanying resume is for your consideration for a technical research assistant position or any job openings I’m interested. I’m very willing to learn new techniques while assisting research team to finish the project’s goal. I can be reached at or by phone 617-818-3641. Thank you Sincerely, Teresa Nguyen


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