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Lake Forest, Illinois, United States
Posted:
October 15, 2018

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Emelita D. Breyer, Ph.D.

*** ********** ***., ********, ******** 60087

Tel. No.: 224-***-****, E-mail: ac7d6u@r.postjobfree.com Citizenship: United States

Professional Experience:

**** -**** ***** Executive Officer

Biomedical Technology Innovation, Atlanta, GA

Responsibilities: Managed company's research, business and finance. Worked on commercialization and approval of patents in US and abroad. 2006 - 2009 Assistant Professor

Department of Pathology, School of Medicine

Emory University, Atlanta VA Medical Centers, Atlanta, GA Research Experience: QSAR; Proteomics on Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Stroke, Alzheimers; Bacterial Expression of Proteins and Protein Engineering; and Bacteria and Virus interactions with drugs and proteins. ELISA, High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Gas Chromatography

(GC), Capillary Zone Electrophoresis (CZE), GC-MS, SELDI-MS, NMR, TEM, UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, Calorimeter, Particle Sizer, Computer Experience in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other database. 1999-2006 Assistant Professor

Department of Chemistry, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA Research Experience: Drug Design, QSAR, Cardiovascular Disease; Bacterial Expression of Proteins and Protein Engineering; Bacteria and Virus interactions with drugs and proteins. ELISA, HPLC, GC, CZE, GC-MS, NMR, TEM, UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, Calorimeter, Particle Sizer, Computer Experience in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other database. 1

1991- 1999 Visiting Assistant Professor

Department of Chemistry, Emory University,Atlanta, GA Research Experience: QSAR; Food Toxicity Studies; Drug Desig; Cardiovascular Disease; Bacterial Expression of Proteins and Protein Engineering; Bacteria- and Virus-Drug interactions. ELISA, HPLC, GC, CZE, GC-MS, NMR, TEM, UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, IR Spectrometer, Calorimeter, Particle Sizer, Computer Experience in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other database.

Honors and Awards:

Clark PAF Scholarship, Academic Excellence

Phi Lambda Upsilon Honorary Society

Who's Who in Medical Education

Most Successful Kapampangan in North America

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

University of Sto. Thomas

Ph. D. in Bioanalytical Chemistry

University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA, USA

Research Experience: HPLC, Structure - Activity Studies of Toxicity

(QSAR) of Aquatics life forms to human beings, Food Toxicity Studies. Computer Experience in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other database.

Fellowship in Clinical Chemistry

University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill

Chapel Hil, North Carolina, USA

Research Experience: HPLC, CZE, GC, Clinical Chemistry Assays, Computer Experience in Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other database.

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Publications:

1. MEKC-LIF of γ-amino butyric acid in microdialysate: Systematic optimization of the separation conditions by factorial analysis . J Christopher Ehlen H Elliott Albers Emelita D Breyer, J Neurosci Methods.2005;147(1):36-47. 2. A participant-oriented, research-based approach for design of a biochemistry workshop for faculty at undergraduate institutions, Rebecca L. Owen Emelita D. Breyer . Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education. 2005;33(4): 269-273. 3. Lipid vesicles in capillary electrophoretic techniques: Characterization of structural properties and associated membrane-molecule interactions. Rebecca L Owen Joost K Strasters Emelita D Breyer, Electrophoresis.2005;26(4-5):735-51 4. Study of Lipid and Apolipoprotein Binding Interactions Using Vesicle Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis Emelita D Breyer Sarah Howard Neeta Raje Stuart Allison Joost K Strasters, Anal Chem.2003;75(19):5160-9

5. Apolipoprotein C-III displacement of apolipoprotein E from VLDL: Effect of particle size E D Breyer NA Le XZ Li D Martinson W V Brown, J. Lipid Research. 1999;40: 1875-1882.

6. Quantitative Retention-Biological Activity Relationship Study by Micellar Liquid Chromatography .Emelita D. Breyer Joost K. Strasters Morteza G. Khaledi. Chromatographia. 1997; 46(11):605-612.

7. Simultaneous optimization of variables influencing selectivity and elution strength in micellar liquid chromatography. Effect of organic modifier and micelle concentration. Joost K. Strasters Emelita D. Breyer Andrew H. Rodgers Morteza G. Khaledi. Journal of Chromatography A, 1990;511: 17-33

8. Simultaneous enhancement of separation selectivity and solvent strength in reversed-phase liquid chromatography using micelles in hydro-organic solvents Morteza G. Khaledi Joost K. Strasters Andrew H. Rodgers Emelita D. Breyer. Analytical Chemistry. 1990; 62(2):130-136.

9. Quantitation of hydrophobicity with micellar liquid chromatography . Morteza G. Khaledi Emelita D. Breyer. Analytical Chemistry. 1989; 61(9). 10. Apolipoprotein fingerprinting technique and methods related thereto, US Patent US8389222B2, March 5, 2013.

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