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Mental Health Microsoft Office

North Carolina, United States
October 16, 2017

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Neymalis Rodríguez Lacomba




• GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and GLP (Good Laboratory Practice)

• Bacterial and fungi inoculation, incubation, isolation, transformation and identification.

• Physical separation techniques (distillation, filtration: gravity and vacuum, extraction, chromatography: column and TL).

• Laboratory instrumentation knowledge: autoclave, centrifuge, spectrophotometry, biohazards, laminal hoods, pH meters, air samples.

• Data analyzation and interpretation of sampling test results.

• Aseptic Processing and media fill.

• Sampling techniques as Swabs and Microbial Sleeve Impactor.

• Communication skills; writing and verbal full proficiency in English and Spanish. Italian (Basic).

• Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook, etc.)

• Leadership, time management, organization and planning abilities. Education

• University of Medicine and Health Sciences St. Kitts, 2015- Postponed Doctor of Medicine, MD

(Anatomy, Medical Ethics, Physical Diagnosis, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Histology, Genetics, Immunology)

• University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo, 2007-2012. Bachelor's Degree in Science with Specialization in Microbiology Cum Laude

(Microbiology, Industrial Bacteriology, Molecular Biology, Immunology, Industrial Mycology, Bacterial Genetics, Water Microbiology, Physics, Stoichiometry and Balancing of Equation, Organic and Analytical Chemistry, Statistics and Calculus)

Work Experience

• Hospital Buen Samaritano, Volunteer Aguadilla PR, September 2014-November 2015.

• Pequeña Ola, Barceloneta Premium Outlets, P.R, July 2010-December 2011.

• Professor's Assistant, División de Educación Continua y Estudios Profesionales (DECEP), University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo, June 2008-May 2009.

• Q.A. Data Gatherer (Summer Job), Ortho Biologics, Manatí P.R, June 2006-July 2006. Acknowledgments & Affiliations

• President at Caribbean Mental Health Initiative (CarMHI), May 2017-June 2017, UMHS-St. Kitts.

• Volunteer as Student Outreach Caribbean Mental Health Initiative, January-May 2017, UMHS-St. Kitts.

• Member of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), 2013-present.

• Biology Counselor Student, Student Council 2010-2011, University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo.

• Student Ambassador, Admission Process 2009, University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo.

• Vice-President, American Chemical Society Student Affiliated Chapter, UPR-Arecibo 2008-2009.

• Coordinator, American Chemical Society Student Affiliated Chapter UPR-Arecibo 2007-2008.

• Chemistry Department Certificate of Appreciation by Dean, Department of Physics and Chemistry UPR-Arecibo, May 6, 2008.

• Encore Award, Ortho Biologics Pharmaceutical, Manatí P.R. July 2006.

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