Training in both organic and inorganic synthetic techniques, including characterization
Familiarity with pharmaceutical compound screening using animal models
Strong ability to work in teams and collaborations
Extensive experience with public speaking, including voice and dialogue training
Knowledge of the internet, html, PASCAL, FORTRAN, UNIX
Professional Excellence Summary
Have experienced in modifying computer systems for enhancing the existing customer deal.
Have outstanding data acquisition and analytical knowledge.
Have practiced experience in system architecture and software designing along with the features of algorithm.
Have various skills of operational and implementation strategies.
Experienced with numbers of multipart factual time simulation as well as stimulation coordination with several of extended operational and implementation works.
Have excellent data acquisition and analytical knowledge.
Have extended experience in testing sub accumulations with various electronic gears for ensuring a standard product.
EDUCATION AND AWARDS
UCLA, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Doctor of Chemistry September 1995 – present
Edwin W. Pauley Fellowship 1995-1999
GPA 3.93 N.I.H. Chemistry of Biology Fellowship 1996-1998
University of Akron, Department of Chemistry Bachelor of Chemistry May 1995
Richard L. Waldman Scholarship 1995
magna cum laude Exxon Chemical Scholarship 1994
Lubrizol Chemical Scholarship 1994
American Chemical Society Award 1994
Research Assistant UCLA, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry January 1996 – present
Research performed under Professor M. Frederick Hawthorne. Deigned, synthesized, and characterized novel drug-delivery agents and therapeutics for use in boron neutron capture therapy (BNCT) for cancer.
Chemistry Instructor Renaissance Kids, Child Enrichment Center August 1998 – present
Taught extracurricular chemistry to advanced high school students
Workshop Facilitator UCLA, Department of Engineering September 1998
Planned and led workshops to emphasize collaboration and group problem solving to incoming freshman. Duties included the supervision of one undergraduate assistant.
Committee Chairman American Chemical Society August 1997 – present
Attended workshop in Washington DC and designed a mentorship program for implementation in the Southern California local section
Teaching Assistant UCLA, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry September 1995 – 1996
Instructed two sections of honors freshman chemistry