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Quality Engineer Microsoft Office

Monmouth, ME
October 29, 2018

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Marinna Anne Smith

*** **** ******, ********, ** 04259



BS in Bioengineering, University of Maine August 2018 Awards/Certifications:

Innovation Award, Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Maine, Spring 2018 Capstone: Wearable soft robot to assist patients regain arm strength and flexibility Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB), University of Maine, Spring 2018 Research Experience:

Mason Lab, University of Maine Student Employee Fall and Spring of 2015, Fall 2017

● Investigated silver-nanoparticles and ways of measuring cellulose nanofibrils (CNF) porosity

● Prepared conference research posters and presentations for research Interdisciplinary Courses:

Capstone Summers of 2017 - Spring 2018

Designed and manufactured a soft robot within an interdisciplinary team environment to assist patients regain arm strength and flexibility

Bioengineering Lab Fall and Spring 2017

Designed and manufactured prototypes using 3D printing and Solidworks in a lab setting Medical Imaging Spring 2018

Learned basic analytical concepts and techniques by using practical Fiji code for image analysis Lean Six Sigma Spring 2018

Learned and applied concepts of process improvement methodology to rapidly achieve statistically significant quality and quantity for desired products

Pathophysiology Summer 2018

Studied common and rare disordered physiological processes associated with disease or injury and their treatments

Work Experience:

GrowSmart Maine, Intern Summers of 2016, 2017, 2018

● Assisted with setup and provided support for public events

● Sorted and scanned files per retention policy

● Data input for online membership platform

Heritage Manor, Dietary Aide Summers of 2015, 2016, 2017

● Interacted daily with 50 residents

● Maintained a well stocked and clean work space

Additional Skills:

● Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and MiniTab

● Proficiency with basic Fiji, C++, and object oriented programming References:

Dr. Brett Ellis, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology, UMaine, 207-***-**** or

Dr. Michael D. Mason, Associate Professor of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, UMaine 207-***-**** or

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