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York, Pennsylvania, United States
December 27, 2017

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Thomas Brigman

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Wrightsville, PA 17368



Highly motivated and technically skilled scientist seeking employment in a pharmaceutical research lab. Specifically experienced in a range of efficacy and purity assays for biopharmaceutical products. Efficient, hardworking, detail oriented, and able to quickly adapt to new methodologies, instruments, and projects. Competent problem solver and collaborator.


York College of Pennsylvania, York PA, Department of Biology

Bachelor of Science in Biology December 2013


Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories Leola, PA.

Cellular and Molecular Biology Method Development & Validation

Scientist March 2016 – Present

●Develops methodologies and performs validation studies for cell based assays, qPCR, ELISA,

and rapid mycoplasma detection

●Composes validation and transfer reports in accordance with regulatory requirements

●Trains analysts on standard operation procedures and laboratory instrumentation

●Resolves assay development problems and

Associate Scientist March 2015 – March 2016

●Assisted in the development of cell based assays and ELISA’s alongside an experienced mentor

●Trained in cGMP/GLP practices, ethical decision making, and exception writing

●Efficiently analyzed pharmaceutical samples and recorded data into a LIMS system

●Adept with data analysis software, including Softmax Pro and ABI Biosystem

●Skilled in aseptic technique and cell culture, and was responsible for the maintenance of several mammalian cell lines

Homeadow Animal Hospital Simsbury, CT

Veterinarian Assistant January 2014 – February 2015

●Supported Veterinarian during animal surgeries

●Assisted with radiographs, SNAP testing, urinalysis, and in-house blood work.

●Supported staff with office calls and ward responsibilities

York College of Pennsylvania York, PA

Independent Researcher January 2012 – December 2013

Supervised by Meda Higa, Ph.D.

●Research objective: Determine if frogs and salamanders are differentially susceptible to Ranavirus using q-PCR detection and quantification

●Responsible for virus infection, PCR and qPCR amplification of desired gene products, gel electrophoresis, and bacterial protein production

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