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Assistant Chemistry

Location:
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Salary:
30,000
Posted:
February 20, 2018

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CHRISTINA SPEARS

**** ***** ****

Cincinnati, Ohio 45239

Phone: 513-***-****

E-mail: ac4jm4@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

Northern Kentucky University Highland Heights, KY

Bachelor of Chemistry Major Graduation: May 2017

Honors Minor

Biochemistry Track

Coursework: Honors General Chemistry, Biology II, Physics II, Calculus II, Organic Chemistry II, Analytical Chemistry, Microbiology, Genetics, Physical Chemistry I, Physical Chemistry II, Biochemistry I, Biochemistry II, Advanced Biology of the Cell,

Honors and Recognition

Excellence Scholarship 2013 to 2017

NCAA D1 Women’s Soccer Scholarship 2013 to 2017

Honors Program member 2013 to 2017

Dorothy Westerman Hermann Summer Research Fellowship May 2016

University Of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH

Non-matriculated Student

Coursework: Topics in Clinical Genomics, Embryology Online

ACTIVITIES

Northern Kentucky University Women’s Soccer Highland Heights, Kentucky

Team member 2013 to 2017

Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic Santiago, Dominican Republic

Team member January 1-8, 2016

Coached children ages 3-12 basic techniques of soccer

Stepping Stones Cincinnati, Ohio

Volunteer August 2-3, 2017

Helped run a summer camp for kids with disabilities

Women’s Crisis Center Hebron, Kentucky

Hospital Advocate August 2, 2017- present

Volunteer of the month January 2018

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Northern Kentucky University Highland Heights, Kentucky

Personal Research Assistant to Dr. McGill July 2014

Conducted research in the field of biochemistry to determine the role of S. epi Accumulation Associated Protein in Biofilm Formation

Performed Assays to determine the concentration of αβ and A-repeat protein regions

Dorothy Westerman Hermann Summer Research Fellowship

Mentored by Dr. John Carmen May 2016-May 2017

Conducted research in the field of biology and chemistry to identify endophytes expressing bioactive compounds capable of inhibiting the growth of fungal and bacterial human pathogens.

Performed antimicrobial assays against Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Candida albicans. Extracted compounds exhibiting antimicrobial properties. Purified the compound via column chromatography and thin layer chromatography.



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