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Medical Device Microsoft Office

Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, United States
August 28, 2018

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Manjot Pandher

** ******* ***** #**, ********** MA 01545 Phone: 609-***-****


Seeking a growth oriented organization where I can enhance my skills and can prove my capabilities in order to achieve organizational as well as my goals.

Technical Skills:

Familiar with Microsoft Office Project and Instrument Database manipulation using Microsoft Word/Access/Excel.

Experience with Calibration of Transmitter, Sensors, & Switches, Speed & Weight indicators.

Extensive knowledge of Instrumentation Design and Control Design Process.

Knowledge of MATLAB and SolidWorks (Beginner)

Specialized Skills:

Excellent communication skills to present points precisely and clearly.

Good team player and have excellent interaction skills to coordinate and work within a team.

Courses Attended:

Medical Device Design, Biomaterials, Medical Device Regulations, Quantitative Physiology, Biomechanics, Digital Electronics, Power Electronics, Biomedical Instrumentation, Advanced Fabrication Techniques, Control System Design, Optical Instrumentation & Photonics.

Academic Projects:

Completed thesis of study of Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer (FTIR) is powerful tool for identifying types of chemical bonds in molecule by producing an infrared absorption spectrum.

Developed sensor-based cane using sensors and electronic device to detect obstacle for the blind person

Additional Experience:

6 Months Training (UCIM Panjab University, Chandigarh India) Jan 2012-June2012

Perform variety of tests using FTIR spectrometer to identify types of chemical bonds. Identify the unknown binder used in XRF analysis and compare it with standard identified material (Polyvinyl Alcohol). The unknown binder is a cheaper alternative has been suggested in place of expensive imported material.

Responsible for assembling, quality checking, repairing of electronic systems like voltage-controlled oscillators, temperature compensated crystal oscillators by using electronic test equipment’s like CRO

6 Months Project (UMASS Lowell, MA)

Designed a colorimetric lateral flow paper based microfluidic device with multiple channels that can detect the presence of different analytes in biological fluids. Their low cost, simple, portable properties give a bright future scope in the developing nations. By calorimetry technique, we achieved the detection of rabbit IgG with the ALP-conjugated anti-rabbit antibody. We concluded that higher concentration of ALP conjugated antibody and lower concentration of rabbit IgG antibody concentration give prominent results and detection was possible. Designed the device with the help of adobe software and print it with wax printer.


University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA

Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering GPA: 3.72 Graduation Date May 2018

Graduate Certificate for Medical Plastic Design and Manufacturing (UMASS LOWELL)

Panjab University, Chandigarh India

Masters of Science in Instrumentation Electronics GPA: 3.67

Graduation Date June 2012

Panjab University, Chandigarh India

Bachelor of Science (General)

Graduation Date April 2010

Working Eligibility:

Permanent Resident in USA

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