Recent graduate with interest in medicine and research seeking full-time employment within the health/research sectors.
BACHELOR OF ARTS MAY 2018 FRANKLIN & MARSHALL COLLEGE, LANCASTER, PA
Major: Anthropology with a pre-medical focus
Honors: Cum Laude, Departmental Honors, Marshall Scholar, Charles H. Holzinger Anthropology Award Recipient, Pi Gamma Mu Social Science Honor Society
Related coursework: Biology through upper-level biochemistry; chemistry through organic; introductory physics; writing-intensive classes; Anthropological seminar focusing on cultural notions of the body; group-based reports and projects
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) training
Skills & Abilities
Capstone independent study coursework (for Anthropology Honors) – textual research, interviews, weekly consultation with advisor, presentation and defense to panel
Specific research concerning legislative effects on rural healthcare and midwifery
Semester-long group lab research concerning effects of hydrogen peroxide on protein expression in S. cerevisiae (using proteomic analysis to include SDS-PAGE electrophoresis, LC-MS, and digital analysis of gels – also proficient in SPSS). Developed a poster to present findings of the study.
Microsoft suite: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint exposure and proficiency through class-assigned papers, presentations, and projects
Selected to present midwifery research at 2017 Annual Central PA Consortium (CPC) Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies Conference
Co-Captain: Franklin & Marshall Equestrian Team
Honor Board “Member at Large”: Alpha Xi Delta Women’s Fraternity (February 2018-present)
Marshall: Alpha Xi Delta Women’s Fraternity (January 2017 – December 2018)
TUTOR/SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTOR FRANKLIN & MARSHALL QUANTITATIVE & SCIENCE CENTER AUGUST 2017-MAY 2018
Individual tutor and review session leader for college students in Bio110 (introductory biology) and Bio220 (physiology/development).
Created lesson plans, held review sessions to facilitate understanding of key concepts in course and emphasize effective studying strategies
Worked as a liaison between students and professors; communicated areas of difficulty/importance
Skills: Organization needed to create lesson plans for review sessions; communication to coordinate plans with professors and execute review with students; leadership to keep review sessions on track and students focused.
SUMMER INTERN HEALTH FELLOW FOUNDATION OF INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL RELIEF FOR CHILDREN JUNE 2017-JULY 2017
Shadowed different doctors (orthopedic surgeons, emergency, family practice, ophthalmologist) in hospitals based in Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu (India).
Assisted nurses by measuring patients’ blood pressures and administering eye drops, as needed
Worked in preschools and rural clinics to aid nurses and doctors with their patient evaluations, which facilitated exposure to global and regional health concerns.
Contributed to research on curating recommended diets for common diseases and conditions within the local population.
Presented synopsis of the experience to other students, parents, faculty
Skills: Communication across language and cultural barriers; ability to adapt to and navigate new situations; flexibility in difficult/new situations; quick thinking in both hospital setting and outside
SUMMER VOLUNTEER UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL MAY 2016-JULY 2016
Volunteered within wards, primarily Autism and Oncology, to keep patients happy and distracted
Interacted with parents, siblings, other volunteers, nurses, and patients
Skills: communication with patients (children receiving treatment) and parents; organization to maintain space and time management.
References Available upon Request