Elaine Kendall - Research Fellow Resume Simple
SUMMARY
I am a highly motivated, detail-oriented, and results-driven professional with over 15 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry.
SKILLS
  • management, purification, mouse, design, research, organized, supervision, antibody, sequencing, training, writing, laboratory
  • bone marrow, writing, mouse, design, research, laboratory
WORK EXPERIENCES
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Research Fellow

    Sun Yat-sen University

    • Performed in-vitro research and development of the immune system in the Division of the immune response unit. Participated in the design and implementation of a new animal model.
    • Performs a variety of molecular techniques including but not limited to: Cell culture, cell culture, DNA sequencing, qPCR, Western blot, microscopy, and others.
    • Responsible for the management of all aspects of the laboratory including the preparation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of automated instrumentation, and the use of the Illumina DX system.
    • In charge of training, responsible for writing and presenting the annual and monthly reports for the distribution and sequencing.
    • Trained and oriented new employees in the use of cell culture and purification techniques. Worked independently and under the supervision of a team.
    • Was responsible for the mouse colony and the breeding of the mice. Performed inventory of all supplies and reagents.
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Research Associate

    City Year

    • 3. Research and development of the cell culture and flow cytometry. The role includes: Gene expression, tumor marker, and survival in mouse models.
    • Molecular imaging: Writing protocols, performing assays, and maintaining laboratory equipment. Design and execute experiments for the detection of human seasonal influenza.
    • Identified and characterized novel biomarkers in bone marrow derived from human blood. Developed a model of the enzyme to detect abnormalities in the immune system.
    • Established and characterized a novel biomarker for the detection of human seasonal influenza. This was a first author of the first article.
    • Trained and supervised new employees in the laboratory and provided technical support to the research team. Maintained and updated standard operating procedures (SOPs).
    • Trained in the use of cell culture and cell culture techniques. Analyzed and interpreted data. Performed assays for the detection of human viruses.