PHILIP T. LENNON
**-** ******* ****. *. Elmhurst, NY 11369
Accomplished and energetic Biologist with a solid history of achievement in standard laboratory testing techniques and clinical assays. A motivated leader with strong organizational and prioritization abilities. Areas of expertise include Aseptic technique, quantitative and qualitative analysis; preparation of media, buffers, reagents, and solutions. Seasoned Biologist with several years of experience in fast-paced laboratory setting. Excellent interpersonal communication skills, and proven track record of achieving exceptional results in all laboratory testing procedures. Passionate, attention to detail, strong sense of responsibility with a drive for excellence. Work well under pressure and within time constraints.
Bachelor of Science: Biological Sciences.
North Carolina State University.
Tutored first Year College: Biology, Calculus and Physics.
Qualitative and Quantitative analysis. Titration and Pipetting.
Critical Thinking. Aseptic technique.
Equipment calibration and sterilization. H.I.P.P.A compliance.
Preparation of media, reagents, buffers and solutions. O.S.H.A. compliance.
Perform calculations and prepare charts and graphs. Monitoring.
Collect, record, and verify the accuracy of test results. Able to adjust to new paradigms.
Wordie Dental Associates, Brooklyn, NY June 2017-Present
Fabricate, alter, or repair dental devices, such as dentures, crowns, bridges, inlays or appliances for straightening teeth.
Read specifications or prescriptions and examine models or Impressions to determine the design of the dental product to be constructed.
Use polymeric compound to take impression of patient’s mouth prior to fabrication of dentures, crowns and bridges.
Test appliances for conformance to specifications and accuracy of occlusion.
Place tooth models on apparatus that mimics bite and movement of patient’s to evaluate functionality of model.
“Chair side” assist the dentist in performing procedures on patients.
Use autoclave to sterilize instruments.
Research Assistant/Lab Technician III
West London Hospital, London, England July 2005-March 2017
Conduct research or assist in the conduct of research including the collection of information and bodily fluid samples such blood and urine.
Analyze experimental data and interpret test results to write reports and summaries of findings.
Conduct standardized biological, microbiological or biochemical tests and laboratory analysis to evaluate the quantity or quality of physical or chemical properties of biological samples.
Provide technical support and services for research scientists, Principal investigators and fellow technologists.
Monitor laboratory tests to ensure compliance to set standards, collect and record test results.
Troubleshoot, set up, adjust, calibrate, clean and maintain laboratory equipment
Isolate, identify, and prepare microscopy slides for analysis applying Gramm staining methodology.
Develop and maintain liaisons and effective communications and working relations within various departments to ensure successful research findings.
Perform immunoradiometric assay design for the quantitative measurement of various hormones applying immune-assay methodology, using a gamma counter, a radioactive tracer and polystyrene tubes coated with monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies.
Member, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity
Volunteer-New York Methodist Hospital
Prepare and transport Diabetic patients for dialysis. Spoon feed the elderly.
Transport blood and urine samples from the Clinic to the laboratory for processing.