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John Doe       PO Box 9876543          ·       Durham, NC, 27708          ·     (919) 123-4567        ⋅      john.doe21@du...
PlanV                                                                               Aug 2009-present             Webmaster...
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Health Professsion Resume, two pages


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Health Professsion Resume, two pages

  1. 1. John Doe PO Box 9876543 · Durham, NC, 27708 · (919) 123-4567 ⋅        Education Duke University, Durham, NC Aug 2008-present Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Pharmacology Concentration  Cumulative GPA to date: 3.75Research Raising Interest in Science Education, Duke University Aug 2010- presentExperience Writer, Researcher  Develop a companion teacher’s manual for a 3D interactive simulation of ethanol metabolism in the Duke Immersive Virtual Environment (DiVE).  Determine educative efficacy of said manual and simulation. Ascertain relative effectiveness of 2D flat screen representation in lieu of 3D immersive experience  Received $350 in funding from Duke Undergraduate Research Support Tso-Pang Yao Laboratory, Pharmacology & Cancer Biology, Duke University Jun 2009 – Jun 2010 Research Fellow  Established HDAC6 involvement of phagocytosis in RAW 264.7 mouse macrophage cells through cellular immunofluorescence and confocal microscopy techniques. Confirmed findings by demonstration of clear phagocytosis inhibition post-administration of histone deacetylase inhibitor trichostatin A.  Investigated the potential role of HDAC6 in clearance of misfolded, aggregated proteins.  Received $3,300 in funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Eye Center & Center for Human Genetics, Duke University Medical Center Jul 2007, Sep 2010 – present Research Assistant  Assist in ascertaining relation of age-related macular degeneration to dieting, genetics, lifestyle, and other dimensions. Manage and update clinical databases.  Investigated missing patient information and loss of communication. Developed clinical packets. Ross A. Widenhoefer Laboratory, Chemistry, Duke University Feb 2009 – May 2009 Research Assistant  Synthesized various substrates for use in organotransition metal catalyst applications. »  Purified molecules via column chromatography. Analyzed molecules with various chromatographies and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.Leadership (Tong-De) Daoist Association Aug 2006-present& Activities Head of Adolescent Affairs; Lecturer, Translator  Prepare curriculum for, and lead, adolescent seminars.  Translate lectures from Mandarin Chinese to English. Liason for English speakers.  Provide technical support. Infinite Zero Mar 2010- present Founder, Writer, Translator, Administrator, Webmaster  Established, a gateway and forum for intense philosophical thought for independent thinkers.  Facilitate discussions. Translate such Chinese classics as (Dao De Jing). Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity Dec 2008- Sep 2009 Historian, Member  Tutored residents of TROSA (Triangle Residence Options for Substance Abusers).  Tutored elementary school children at the John Avery Boys and Girls Club. (over, please)
  2. 2. PlanV Aug 2009-present Webmaster, Member  Make website revisions for PlanV, a Duke campus organization for vegetarian dieting.Teaching Chemistry Department, Duke University Aug 2010- present Teaching Assistant  Teach laboratory components of Organic Chemistry I and II.  Well-recognized among students. Extremely high return rate of students for second semester.Clinical Intensive Care Unit Waiting Rooms, Duke University Medical Center Jan 2011- presentExperience Liaison  Advocate, Volunteer  Accommodate visitors in ICU waiting rooms. Take phone messages, check on patient conditions, act as liaison among visitors, patients, and staff. Shadowing at Duke University Medical Center Jul 2007 – present  Eric Postel, MD; John F. Rhodes, Jr., MD.Grants  $3,300 from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute for summer research fellowship& Honors  $1,000 scholarship from Sunrise Senior Living  $350 from Duke Undergraduate Research Support for printing of self-authored teaching manuals  Dean’s List, Jan 2009 – presentSkills    Fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese. Proficient at listening and understanding Taiwan  Chemical laboratory techniques: mass spectroscopy, infrared spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, gas chromatography, column chromatography, thin layer chromatography, rotary evaporation.  Biological laboratory techniques: cellular immunofluorescence, confocal microscopy, Western blotting, DNA amplification, protein extraction, polymerase chain reaction, gel electrop  Lifeguard Certification, American Red Cross (2006).  Perfect pitch.Interests Daoism, philosophy, vegetarianism, new age piano, singing, personal projects, calligraphy, translating Chinese classics, efficiency, conservation