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Assistant Health

Location:
Fulton, Missouri, United States
Salary:
45,000
Posted:
September 06, 2018

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Curriculum Vitae

ALLENE GREMAUD

Department of Health and Human Physiology, University of Iowa

Cell phone: 660-***-****

E-mail: ac6ygo@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, Iowa City, IA May 2017

MS with Thesis, Health & Human Physiology, Health Promotion emphasis

Major Advisor: Dr. Lucas Carr

Thesis: MapTrek as a Mobile Health Intervention for Increasing Physical Activity Levels in Sedentary Office Workers

TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY, Kirksville, MO May 2013

BS, Biology, Chemistry minor

Activities: Beta Beta Beta (Biology Honors Fraternity)

Alpha Chi Sigma (Chemistry Honors Fraternity)

RELEVANT EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

UNIVERISTY OF IOWA, Iowa City, IA Jun. 2017-present

Research Assistant-worked as study coordinator for human subjects research lab

Spearheaded recruitment, scheduling, and organization of study visits for 3 clinical trials

Maintained IRB documentation, data entry platform(s)

Coordinated and oversaw study visits in Clinical Research Unit of hospital

Oversaw undergraduate students and coordinated data entry for current and previous studies

Maintained day-to-day operation and schedule organization of lab

ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORIES, Columbia, MO Jan. 2014-Aug. 2015

Assistant Scientist II-worked as analytical chemist in stability department

Operated chemical instruments (GC-MS, HPLC, UPLC) and corresponding software to run and analyze pharmaceutical sample information

Crafted Excel Spreadsheets to quickly and accurately calculate results from raw data

Prepared reports and discussed results with clients via e-mail or conference calls

Travelled to client location to troubleshoot possible method errors

BOYCE AND BYNUM PATHOLOGY LAB, Columbia, MO Nov. 2013-Jan. 2014

Service Processing Technician I-worked in medical processing lab

Sorted incoming patient samples by requisition type and sample type

Ran samples out to appropriate labs to be tested

VOLUNTEER WORK/SHADOWING

GIRLS ON THE RUN ASSISTANT COACH, Iowa City, IA Feb.-May 2018

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Helped lead practices of about 10 girls

Aided girls in understanding practice life lesson

NORTHEAST REGIONAL HOSPITAL, Kirksville, MO Summer 2013

Volunteer

Administered quality questionnaires to hospital guests

KIRKSVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, Kirksville, MO Feb. 2010-May 2013

Volunteer track coach

Helped run daily practices twice weekly for 4 months per year

Coached, oversaw practices for individuals and small groups of hurdlers, ages 12-18

AWARDS AND HONORS

2016-2017 Mary Monroe-Bell Scholarship

Aug. 2017 Certificate of Completion: Clinical Research Unit Orientation

Sept. 2017 Certificate of Completion: Academy for Research Professionals, Institute for Clinical and

Translational Science

CERTIFICATIONS/WORKSHOPS

Spring 2017 Intuitive Eating Workshop

Fall 2016 CPR/AED Certified (adults and infants)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE (Teaching Assistant)

HEALTH AND HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, Iowa City, IA Fall 2015-Spring 2017

Health Behavior and Health Promotion (Course Director: Dr. Alison Phillips)

Aided professor in review of course exams, assignments, syllabus

Held one-on-one feedback sessions with students

Physical Activity and Health (Lead Instructor, overseen by Amy Fletcher, MS)

Acted as primary instructor to lead weekly discussion of two

sections of about 25 students

Lectured on course information and provided clarification to group

Obesity: Causes, Consequences, Prevention and Treatment (Course Director: Dr. Lucas Carr)

Coordinated 4- week mobile health study with about 90 students

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

COMPUTATIONAL EPIDEMIOLOGY RESEARCH GROUP Summer 2016

Research Assistant under direction of Dr. Philip Polgreen, MD and Dr. Linnea Polgreen, PhD

Aided in enrollment and baseline visits of 100 study participants

Collaborated with research team about data collection and analysis techniques

Helped manage grant funding/ budget for 3 NIH/AHA funded studies

BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE LAB, UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, Iowa City, IA Fall 2015-Spring 2017

Graduate Thesis Project under direction of Dr. Lucas Carr

Aided in writing, editing, and correcting IRB, Informed Consent, and other study documents

Organized recruitment process, enrollment, and study conduct for 150 participants for 10-week study

Trained staff on utilization of scheduling program, and proper anthropometric measurement techniques including Bioelectric Impedance Analysis (InBody720)

Research Assistant- Healthy Hawkeyes Program Fall 2015

Helped recruit, and enroll children ages 8-18 and families for 10-week program

Helped create curriculum and activities for childhood obesity weight loss program

Led informative child discussions and games weekly for 10-week program

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT, TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY, Kirksville, MO Spring 2011, Fall 2012

Chemical Stockroom Worker

Responsible for setting up weekly general chemistry labs and equipment

Maintained stock of chemical reagents needed for labs

Oversaw labs and aided students with laboratory procedures

WRITINGS/PUBLICATIONS

Gremaud, A.L., Carr, L.J., Simmering, J.E., Evans, N.J., Cremer, J.F., Segre, A.M., Polgreen, L.A., & Polgreen, P.M. (2018) Gamifying Accelerometer Use Increases Physical Activity Levels of Sedentary Office Workers. Journal of the American Heart Association 7(e007735). DOI: 10.1161/JAHA/117.007735.

Holwerda, S.W., Luehrs, R.E., Gremaud, A.L., Wooldridge, N.A., Stroud, A.K., Fiedorowicz, J.G., Abboud, F.M., & Pierce, G.L. (2018) .Relative burst amplitude of muscle sympathetic nerve activity is an indicator of altered sympathetic outflow of chronic anxiety. Journal of Neurophysiology, (published online ahead of print May). Available at: https://www.physiology.org/doi/10.1152/jn.00064.2018 (Accessed 16May2018).

Holwerda, S.W., Gremaud, A.L., Luehrs, R.E., Fiedorowicz, J.G., Abboud, F.M., & Pierce, G.L. (December 2017/April 2018). Sympathetic baroreflex sensitivity during mental stress in humans with chronic anxiety. Oral presentation at Annual Experimental Biology Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Gremaud, A.L, Simmering, J.E., Coe, S., Evans, N.J., Polgreen, L., Cremer, J.F., Segre, A.M., Polgreen, P.M., & Carr, L.J. (April 2017). MapTrek as a mobile health Game for Increasing Physical Activity Levels in Sedentary Office Workers. Poster presented at Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Research Center Poster Session, Iowa City, IA.

Gremaud, A.L., Simmering, J.E., Coe, S., Evans, N.J., Polgreen, L., Cremer, J.F., Polgreen, P., and Carr, L.J. (April 2017). More than Just a Game? A Randomized Controlled Trial of Pokémon Go On Physical Activity Habits. Poster presented at Annual Society of Behavioral Medicine Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Benzo, R.M., Gremaud, A.L., Jerome, M., Carr, L.J. (2016). Learning to Stand: The Acceptability and Feasibility of Introducing Standing Desks into College Classrooms. International Journal of Environmental Res Public Health, 13(8). DOI: 10.3390/ijerph10380823.



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