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West Covina, California, United States
Posted:
August 24, 2018

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DAVID FARGO

Phone: 708-***-**** ac6suc@r.postjobfree.com

Skill Highlights

Knowledge in Microbiological techniques, cell cultures and bacterial cultures used in to identify causative agent or disease stages.

Knowledge in data analysis, lab practices throughout work in college via UMBC. Very good interpretation for test results and consequences on making a diagnosis for a specimen or a blood sample.

Proficiency in Clinical assays interpretation of data. Usage in Laboratory diagnostic equipment.

Serology knowledge, interpretation of results.

Specimen examination

Extensive knowledge in Medical terminology.

Extensive knowledge in disease pathology, progression and etiology, medical biochemistry, embryology and immunology and treatment medications, methods used in variety of hospitals. Education and Training

Doctor of Medicine

Ross University School of Medicine

Advanced coursework in Anatomy, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Microbiology and organ based systems. Clinical experience with Anatomy and Histology Labs and Surgery Club. Member of Cardiology and Surgery Club.

Bachelor of Science in Biology

University of Maryland

Top 15% of class with 3.5 GPA

Coursework and research in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Microbiology, Anatomy, Organic Chemistry, Skin

Diseases and Disorders

Member of American Medical Student Association, Chemistry Club and National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Participated in Biology Seminar, Development Biology Conference, Medical Terminology Seminar, Developmental Biology meetings as well as CHEST 2012 Conference Research and volunteer work:

University of Maryland Medical Center, pulmonary critical care and ER. Patient’s vital sign recording, medications used and blood tests checkups. 6 months period. University of Maryland Baltimore County, Zebra fish model of development, neural tube development. 4 months period.

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, research in critical care unit. Professional Certificate:

BLS, state of Illinois via American Heart Association. CPR, state of Illinois via American Heart Association. HIPAA Training Certificate

BRAAN Training, Shock Trauma Center, Baltimore Maryland, 2010 Relevant Experience

Student Researcher 01/2009 to 01/2010

Baltimore, MD

University of Maryland Baltimore County

Performed in vivo animal models of stroke and traumatic brain injury and stereotaxic microsurgery. Conducted various motor function and cognitive function tests, molecular biology experiments and tissue analysis.

Isolated, identified, typed and grouped bacteria and fungi present in bodily fluids, autopsies, skin scrapings and

surgical specimens.

Designed assays, scheduled and coordinated laboratory work and executed research tasks. Correctly prepared laboratory equipment and instrumentation required for tests, research, process or quality

control.

Accurately recorded and reported test results according to established procedures. Referred quality control data to the Clinical Laboratory Scientist Coordinator. Volunteer/Assistant Researcher Baltimore, MD

01/2009 to 01/2010

University of Maryland Medical Center

Obtained vitals for a floor of 25 patients per shift and tested patients' blood glucose levels. Measured urine specimens and delivered them to the laboratory. Charted patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records. Cleaned and sterilized instruments and disposed of contaminated supplies. Organized and updated over 200 patient charts, maintaining patient privacy and confidential patient information.

Monitored patient reactions to drugs and carefully documented progress of individuals participating in clinical

trials.

Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required brochures and pamphlets were available to patients in all clinics.

Shadow/Volunteer in Critical Care and Neurology Departments. 01/2008 to 03/2008 Baltimore, MD

Johns Hopkins University

Conducted comprehensive initial in-home psychosocial assessments prior to first wraparound meetings. Assisted in developing appropriate treatment and rehabilitation plans for dually diagnosed patients. Recorded thorough patient histories and coordinated treatment plans with multi-disciplinary team members.

Interacted with clinical staff and external resources such as school or community personnel. Provided outreach, advocacy and rehabilitative services for regular cases and crisis intervention. Volunteer/Shadow Physicians in GI Unit 01/2008 to 02/2008 Baltimore, MD

Johns Hopkins University

Efficiently gathered information from families and social services agencies to inform development of treatment

plans.

Tracked client movement on and off the unit by documenting times and destinations of clients. Documented all patient information including service plans, treatment reports and progress notes. Community Service

Adults with Autism

Alzheimer's Association

Activities

Fitness, figure and bodybuilding competition coaching Sports, swimming, running, hiking and chess

EDUCATION

Carribean Medical University, Chicago, IL.

Starting date: 2017.

SAINT JAMES SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, Park Ridge, IL, USA

• M.D. Expected

• Basic Science Research Project: The Effect of substance usage, alcohol and tobacco, on digestive cancer across race, gender and age distribution in St. Vincente and the Grenadine population. Supervisor Dr. Rana Zeine, MD/Ph.D.

• Courses Completed at SJSM, basic science program in St. Vincente and the Grenadine in correlation with every semester:

• MD1:

Anatomy

Histology

Embryology

Medical ethics

Clinical correlate of Basic science I

• MD2

Physiology

Biochemistry

Genetics

Clinical Correlate of Basic Science II

Neurosciences

Research in Health and Medicine I

• MD3

Pathology I

Pharmacology

Medical Psychology

Microbiology

Clinical Correlate of Basic Science III

Research in Health and medicine II

• MD4

Pathology II

Physical Diagnosis

Clinical Correlate of Basic Science IIII

Epidemiology

Research in Health and Medicine III

MD5

AICM

Kaplan lectures

Kaplan Diagnostic test pass

Clinical rotations in psychiatry, surgery, anesthesiology. o Studying for step 1 USMLE test.

• Presentations:

Pneumoconiosis. Clinical Correlate of Basic Science II ( 30 minutes long) Dyspnea . Clinical Correlate of Basic Science III ( 30 minutes long) Bone Pain. Clinical Correlate of Basic Science IIII ( 30 minutes long) Avascular necrosis. Anatomy

Edema. Physiology

Extrinsic and intrinsic pathway of clotting cascade- physiology ( 20 minutes long) Herpes Simplex Virus. Pharmacology.( 30 minutes long) Malignant hyperthermia, Neurosciences.

Tay Sachs disease presentation and review paper.

Gullian Barre Syndrome, paper review.

8 Case report studies for Pathology courses.

Case review for Microbiology class.

**Regular Monthly presentations,10-15 minutes per each class, for classes in each semester that coincides with the curriculum.

Digestive cancer and substance usage, Research in Health and Medicine III. Leadership:

American Medical School Association, SJSM, St. Vincente Chapter. Chairman for AIDS awareness (infectious disease) campaigning since 2014 September to 2015 December.

Attending events in correlation with AMSA scheduling and curriculum. Attending heath fair done by government body of St. Vincent and the Grenadine in 2015 summer. Blood Bank Drive with follow students of AMSA.

Patient care visit:

Health fair of SJSM 2015.

Weekly/monthly visits to Milton Cato hospital, surgery and medicine department for a period of 8 months.

Blood Bank drive.

Publication:

Digestive cancer and substance usage, poster review in science day at SJSM December, 2015. Extracurricular book used:

Case File series.

First AID book, organ system. 2nd edition.

Becker review.

Kaplan videos and book for step1.

Multiple web based sources available.

Robbin review, 9th edition.

Lippincott Pharmacology.

John B. West. Respiratory Physiology: the Essentials. First aid, general systems.

First Aid for USMLE 2017

Doctor in Training.

Murray microbiology.

Undergraduate work:

University of Maryland Baltimore County, class of 2010. B.S. Biology.

*Focus on mechanism of cellular proliferation, repair and inflammation.

*Ecological basis of development, ecological trees, bacterial growth, types, differentiation, infections and biological response to disease.

* Genetic basis for diseases. Pathologies, Biochemical pathways. 1 year of Chemistry coursework

1 year of physics coursework

2 years of biological sciences coursework.

Premedical requirements, biological science coursework. Achieved, 128 credits. 1-2 years of electives coursework toward graduation. Research and volunteer work:

University of Maryland Medical Center, pulmonary critical care and ER. Patient’s vital sign recording, medications used and blood tests checkups. 6 months period. University of Maryland Baltimore County, Zebra fish model of development, neural tube development. 4 months period.

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, research in critical care unit. Honor and awards:

B.S. Biology, 3.5 GPA, class of 2010.

Conferences attended:

Chest 2012. Lectures on multiple disciplines of respiratory physiology and management techniques. Chest 2013, ATLANTA. Lectures on interstitial lung diseases, COPD. Work Experience:

Wellness cooperate solution.



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