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Data Entry Analyst

Location:
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Posted:
April 24, 2019

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Colbey Ryman

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EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science May 2017

George Mason University, Fairfax VA

Associate of Arts and Science, General Studies

Career Studies Certificate, Police Science May 2015 Lord Fairfax Community College, Middletown VA

EXPERIENCE

Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education/FBI Laboratory Division 40hrs/week,October 2017- Present Visiting Scientist

Utilizes Adobe Photoshop to mark randomly acquired characteristics from outsoles of shoes

Performs quality assurance/quality control methods to test inter- and intra-examiner accuracy

Creates high quality test impressions using black powder and adhesive sheets

Utilizes statistical methods to assess significance of results from data gathered

Works with team members to perform coding in Visual Basic

Collaborates closely with experts in impression and pattern evidence along with Questioned Documents Unit, Footwear and Tire Tread Unit, and Chemistry Unit of FBI laboratory

Works with peers to lead team meetings and brainstorming sessions to set project goals, deadlines, and organize work tasks amongst research team

Collaborates closely with outside contractors to coordinate large scale projects

Level 1 Intelligence Analyst Certification through Udemy

Holds a secret level security clearance

GeneDx, Gaithersburg MD 40hrs/week, July 2017- September 2017 Molecular Genetics Technician I

BSL-2 Laboratory

Manual polymerase chain reaction (PCR)

Product visualization for a variety of sequences including Next Generation and Nuclear Export Signal using QIAxcel software

Re-array sequencing using Hamilton Robotics

United States Postal Inspection Service – Forensic Laboratory, Dulles VA 20hrs/week, January 2017- May 2017 Student Intern

Worked in a controlled substances unit in accredited lab alongside senior forensic chemists performing analytical chemical analyses including the use of solvents, acid/base extractions, Stereomicroscopy, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) with Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR), Gas Chromatography

(GC) and Mass Spectrometry (MS) with an Electron Ionization (EI) detector and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)

Helped Perform validations on two new Agilent 5977 GCMS with Chemical Ionization (CI)

Exposed to measurement assurance using high capacity, top loader and analytical balances

Exposed to proper chain of custody, evidence sealing, evidence handling and evidence storage to include preservation of evidence for latent print examination

Performed data entry into LIMS software

Worked alongside chemists to assist in weighing and analyzing illegal drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, synthetic cannabinoids and cathinones, general unknowns, etc.

Drug analyses included observation of macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of marijuana as well as proper preparation techniques to prepare samples for analyses using FTIR, GCMS, and NMR

Assisted with test fires with the Firearms/Tool marks Forensic Analyst

Attended training session for Postal Inspectors, which included firearm and toolmark examination CONFERENCES

American Academy of Forensic Sciences February 2019 Baltimore, Maryland

Poster presentation on research topic: Progress in Developing a Footwear Randomly Acquired Characteristics (RACs) Reference Collection for Frequency and Spatial Distribution Analysis International Association for Identification August 2018 San Antonio, Texas

Poster presentation on research topic: Progress in Developing a Footwear Randomly Acquired Characteristics (RACs) Reference Collection for Frequency and Spatial Distribution Analysis American Academy of Forensic Sciences February 2018 Seattle, Washington

Attended as a Criminalistic Section member.

Impression, Pattern and Trace Evidence Symposium January 2018 Arlington, Virginia

Poster presentation on research topic: Progress in Developing a Footwear Randomly Acquired Characteristics (RACs) Reference Collection for Frequency and Spatial Distribution Analysis



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