William Gordon - Research Fellow Resume Simple
A highly motivated and detail-oriented professional with over 15 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. I am a self-starter, able to work well independently and as a team player.
  • biomedical, education, flow cytometry, pcr, supervisor, rna, training, cardiac, mouse, quantitative, tissue culture
  • biomedical, product development, supervisor, research
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Research Fellow

    Elementary School

    • Conducted research on cellular and tissue culture, including: DNA/RNA isolation, PCR, genotyping, and RT-PCR.
    • Developed and maintained a research protocol for the purpose of genotyping of transgenic mouse colonies. Performed quantitative and qualitative research on the effects of human and animal organs, and other factors.
    • Developed and implemented a new method for the use of the immune system for the detection of autoimmune disease and the use of the anti-inflammatory drug discovery.
    • Providing training and education to supervisor and other staff members. Also, I performed the following Duties: This included the evaluation of the validity of the data and the presentation of the results.
    • Presented a poster at the van of biomedical Sciences in cardiac imaging and nuclear Medicine (April 2004) to bring a research project to the National Institute of excellence in the development of a novel protein-ligand.
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Research Intern

    Lindenwood College

    • Biomedical Research: Developed a new model for the development of a new method for the evaluation of the effect of the use of the various types of the treatment.
    • Project Manager for the development of a new product development system. Trained and mentored junior analysts. Served as a technical resource for the research team.
    • Assisted in the development of a supervisor -based project for the use of a new method for the use of the radioactive materials.
    • Developed and presented posters at the National conference for the Society of public health. Participated in the development of a new research project.