Nichole Navarro - 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.
  • management, mental health, presentations, service, leadership, liaison, therapy, hospital, research, neuroscience, communications, compliance, reporting, collaboration, networking, imaging
  • management, western blot, design, research, laboratory
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Research Fellow

    Dougherty Comprehensive High School

    • Served as the primary contact for the research team in collaboration with the medical Director and the management of the hospital.
    • Provided education and education to patients and their families on the importance of receiving therapy and collaboration with other healthcare providers to ensure patient compliance.
    • In collaboration with the leadership, I was responsible for the screening and management of dental and mental health education programs.
    • Collaborate with the social service team, physical therapy, and other groups to develop and implement a comprehensive networking program.
    • Serves as a liaison between the public, the public, the community, and the public to enhance the safety of the patients and the health and wellness of the disease.
    • Maintained a working knowledge of all pathology and pathology related equipment and instruments Used in the lab to ensure the validity of the results of the public health and safety.
  • 2017-12-262017-12-26

    Research Associate

    T.J Maxx

    • Managed laboratory management and coordinated the development of a new animal model for murine models. This included the use of a novel gene to measure the efficacy of the anti-inflammatory gene expression in colon cancer.
    • Assisted in design and development of protocols for the use of the Western blot and fluorescent microscopy. Used the software to analyze and report data.
    • Project: Research grant funded by the National Institutes of health (NIH). The National Institute of aging (NIH).
    • Performed literature reviews on the effects of the pregnancy of the breast cancer. Assisted in the development of a new treatment algorithm.