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Assistant Customer Service

High Point, North Carolina, United States
November 29, 2018

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Henry Gamamou



Bachelor of Science, in Biochemistry /French- Pre-Pharmacy

University of North Carolina Greensboro, December 2019

Related Coursework: General chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Modern Biology (Unity and Diversity of life), Introduction to Genetics, Introduction to chemical research, Quantitative Analytic, Biochemistry I, Physical Chemistry

Campus employment: General chemistry lab TA, French Tutor

Memberships: Pre-Pharmacy club, Chemistry club, Valparaiso Men's Soccer team 2014, French Club, African Diaspora Association (President)

Work Experience:

EMS Coordinator (French): Uptown Center – Volvo Action Service 2015-2018

Provide a customer service while assisting customer and truck driver with breakdown – Worked under the supervision and guidance of senior EMS coordinator in a busy and exciting work environment.

Registration Assistant, Hilltop Health Center, Valparaiso, IN 2011-2014

Worked with nurses and patients to perform administrative tasks including patient registration and scheduling appointments. Contacted patients when necessary.

French Teaching Assistant, Willowcreek Middle School 2014

Acted as a support to the teacher when working in a group setting. Worked under the supervision and guidance of senior teaching staff in a busy and exciting school. Contributed to the delivery of teaching by providing personal academic support and mentoring groups of students.

Research Assistant, Bone/Crab lab, Catholic University Of America, Washington DC

Summer 2012

Developed nano-phase material targeted on enhancing the healing and remodeling of hard tissue at the whole tissue, cellular and subcellular level by using Multi-piece and Advanced Ceramic Gel-casting Technology

Research Assistant, Natural Product lab, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC Fall 2016-Present

Explored fungi and the lab’s role is largely the isolation, dereplication and structure elucidation of bioactive lead compounds. While examining filamentous fungi for anticancer drug leads-

Independent Research Project:

Valparaiso University Fall 2012 – University of North Carolina Greensboro Spring 2017 – Summer 2018

Identified organic unknowns by using the EPA’s Method 8260 to quantitate volatile organic compounds with boiling points below 200oC. Collaborated with analysis experienced in the use of gas chromatography-mass spectrometers and skilled in the interpretation of mass spectra and their use as a quantitative tool.

Isolate and characterization of natural product of Milk Thistle – by using HPLC to separate a mixture of compound found in the natural product of milk thistle and also be able to identity, quantity and purified individual components of the mixture- Collaborated with analysis experienced in the use of ISCO application.

Technical Skills:

Computer: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Chem 3D Pro

Laboratory: Spectroscopy (UV-Vis, liquid and solid IR, and NMR); simple, fractional and steam distillation; organic synthesis, recrystallization, titrimetric analysis, Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC), isolation of Chlorophyll and Carotenoid Pigments; gas chromatography Method 8260; cell culturing (incubator, vaccine bath, Thermal cycler, Inoculation loop) – Used of ISCO application .


Fluent in French and Four of West African Tribal languages (Loma, Kpelleh, Sussu, Fulani)

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