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Medical Editor/writer/transcriptionist

New York, New York, United States
May 31, 2018

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Natasha Priya Dyal

**** ****** ****** *****, ** *0460

Phone: 917-***-****



To gain knowledge and holistic experiences in various aspects of medicine, both in clinical and academic fields. As well as continual expansion of my experiences of growth via interpersonal dynamics through productive, and cooperative pursuits for the betterment of person and field.


Xavier University School of Medicine September 2012 - August 2016

Doctor of Medicine, conferred May 2017, details of program, including 72 weeks of clinical rotations in hospital and clinic settings, across varying disciplines of medicine, available upon request.

Academic: Presidents List, 2015

Honour Level Grades across all 3rd and 4th year rotations: Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Ob/Gyn, Surgery, Psychiatry, Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics (elective), Neonatology, Infectious Diseases, Pain Management, Ophthalmology.

Family Medicine Interest Group, Member: Participated in, and assisted in organizing every Health Fair/basic medical outreach (evaluation of BP, visual acuity, Rinne’s/Weber testing, BMI, and counseling on healthy lifestyle choices) events for the local community over the course of 18 months

Research Day Poster Presentation (September 2012): “Equivalence in Pigeons” based on research above

Coordinator for two workshops: Sutures (August 2013) and Blood Pressure, and Special Physical Exams (November 2013), wherein I provided demonstrations and explanations to underclassmen in the relevant topics, i.e. basic suture technique, evaluating blood pressure, blood sugar, and visual acuity, as well as performing Rinne’s and Weber’s test.

Editor, and Advice Columnist for Xavier Times, University Newsletter, September 2013 -April 2014

Fordham University September 2008-May 2012

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, conferred May 2012, completion of the Pre-Medical Program.


Psychology Club

Laennec Society for Pre-Medical Students

Operation DreamCatchers an outreach charity organization providing supplies to 3rd world countries via fundraisers, and collecting donations

Diplomatic Corp./Peer Mentor provided guidance and support for incoming international students

Fordham University’s South Asian Entity, Vice-President accountable for run ning meetings and discussions, budgeting, organizing campus-wide events aimed at increasing diversity awareness, as well as dinners and fundraisers.

The Nightingale-Bamford School September 2004-June 2008

Diploma conferred on June 2008

Peer Mentor (2012) for 1/6 of the freshman class provided guidance and support on various topics via weekly discussion-based meetings


Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Centre: International Centre June 2007-September 2007

Receptionist: Fielded phone calls and faxes, scheduled appointments and meetings with financial coordinators, and created a more organized manner of filing patient information and other office paperwork. Provided initial contact point for new international patients, providing information on insurance acceptability, necessary documents, and probable costs of treatment as well as travel.

Collins Building Services June 2008-August 2008

Day Matron: Responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and order of a rotating set of five floors of the Lehman Brothers Building in Times Square. This included cleaning and stocking cubicles, restrooms, pantries and conference rooms.

Collins Building Services May-September 2009 - February 2015

Administrative Assistant: Fielded phone calls, filed and processed requests from building tenants. Assigned porters or day matron, as appropriate to aforementioned requests, otherwise, forwarded requests to more appropriate offices and offered completion follow-up upon request. Provided analysis of vacation scheduling and payroll using Microsoft Excel. Catalogued personnel files, with full confidentiality.

Fordham University: Behavioural Psychology Lab May 2011- April 2012

Research Assistant: wrote and edited programs based in Med-State Notation, ran experiments regarding the phenomena of equivalence in pigeons, and conditioned behaviours in rats, was responsible for proper data collection, allocation, and analysis, using MatLab, MedState Notations, and Microsoft Excel. Continued as a volunteer until 4/12.

CityMD: Walk-in Urgent Care March 2017-Present

Medical Scribe: obtain complete medical history, chief complaint and history of present illness from patients and concisely present all gathered and pertinent information to physician; enter all patient information accurately into EMR, as well as send prescriptions using the EMR to pharmacy interface; send electronic referrals to specialist, field and send out STAT, urgent, and routine orders for CT/MRI/US imaging; perform vitals, throat swabs, nasal swabs, Snellen’s tests, urinalyses, urine HcG testing; prep and assist for IV fluid replenishment, incision and drainage procedures, foreign body removal, suture/staple placement and removal. Train and onboard in coming team members as senior scribe.

Adjunct Professor of Clinical Science, Windsor University August 2017-Present

Prepare coursework, lectures, and home-work for 24 students, via webinar classes, twice weekly. Prepare Q&A series, with in-depth explanations at the end of each class. Counsel students on management of study time, exam stress and anxiety, relevant clinical coursework and rotation choices, as well as residency application processes and timelines.


Ali, K.P., Dosaj, A.K., & Dyal, N.P.,. Incidence of Obesity and Hypertension Among Hyatt Employees in Aruba, 2012. West Indian Medical Journal. 2016, Aug.

Ali, K.P., Dosaj, A.K., & Dyal, N.P., & Sunderji, Z.,. Infectious Endocarditis caused by Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci Spp. and Lactobacillus Spp. Medical Sci ence Case Reports. 2016, Sep; Pub Status: In-Press.

In progress: CME Experience, Exam Preparation Manual

Additional Information

Human Subjects Research – IRB - Biomedical and Social-Behavioral-Educational Combined Course Completed, 02 May, 2017

Ability to read, write and maintain conversation in Spanish.

Experience in planning and coordinating schedules of multiple individuals, as well as events ranging from benefit dinners and dances, to mixers and fundraisers via membership and leadership of various higher education clubs/forums.

Familiarity with Paragon EMR, eClinicalWorks EMR, Practice Fusion EMR, Microsoft Excel, Office, Word and Powerpoint, history of use of SPSS, and MedState Program writing.

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