Martin A. Silva
Cell: 312-***-**** firstname.lastname@example.org
A dedicated life science professional with strong computational skills in ap- plications including: word processing, spreadsheets, data analysis software, application development and programming. Capable of rapidly learning new analytical techniques- responsible and reliable.
Software: Microsoft O ce (Word, Excel, PowerPoint); R, Python, InVivo- Stat, LaTeX, Linux, C++, BLAST, UNIX, HTML, CorelDRAW X7. Analytical (Academic); PCR,
ow-cytometry, next-generation sequencing
(Ion Torrent), electrophoresis, microscopy, validation, statistical analysis, experimental design, cell and tissue culture, data science, bioinformatics, 50 wpm typing speed, anodic stripping voltammetry, high-performance liq- uid chromatography, gas chromatography, atomic absorption spectroscopy, FTIR, and various other methods common in analytical chemistry. Research: HIPPA trained and knowledgeable about clinical research moni- toring, care and use of laboratory animals, and environmental trace metal analysis. Also, knowledgable about cardiac tissue regeneration. Work History
November 2018- April 2019; New Orleans Police Department, Louisiana Police Recruit
Learning the fundamental tactics, legal knowledge, and communication skills required to become a commissioned police o cer in the city of New Orleans. September 2018- November 2018; National Latino Education Institute; Chicago, Illinois
Adjunct Instructor of Anatomy and Physiology (Temporary) Teaching, preparation and grading of individual classes; maintaining de- tailed student/classroom records, measuring student outcomes against very speci c standards, acting as a coach and mentor to students, promoting and continuing the mission of the National Latino Education Institute. April 2018- August 2018 Wildlife Control Policy Institute; Schaumburg, Illi- nois
Research Assistant (Temporary)
Monitor rodent trapping stations, support research projects in the o ce and 1
eld, maintain detailed records and photos of eld conditions, experiments, and outcomes, assist with rodent and tissue handling, help with supply and inventory, review literature to remain current with new procedures and re- lated research, participate in the preparation of written documents, includ- ing procedures, presentations, and proposals, contribute to the publication of ndings.
January 2018- March 2018 Fox College; Tinley Park, Illinois Adjunct Instructor of Biology (Temporary)
Teaching, preparation and grading of individual classes; maintaining de- tailed student/classroom records, measuring student outcomes against very speci c standards, acting as a coach and mentor to students, promoting and continuing the mission of Fox College.
October 2017- January 2018 American Academy of Dermatology; Schaum- burg, Illinois
Clinical Guidance & Research Specialist (Temporary) Responsible for assisting and providing support to the Science and Research
(SR) arm of the Science, Quality and Practice (SQP) department. Facili- tate the utilization of evidence-based medicine in the development of clinical guidance and Academy print and electronic resources. April 2017- October 2017 Exponent Scienti c Consulting; Chicago, Illinois Research Assistant (Temporary)
Supporting data collection e orts for a large user study conducted on behalf of a Fortune 50 company, completing informed consent with participants, running through an experimental protocol, collecting and managing data in a GCP governed environment: signed non-disclosure agreement; therefore, I cannot elaborate any further.
January 2016- May 2016 Roosevelt University; Chicago, Illinois Teaching Assistant (Temporary)
Assisted the instructor by being responsible for laboratory preparation, clean up, and safety code enforcement for an undergraduate level chemistry class. July 2011- August 2015 Medical Diagnostic Laboratories; Hamilton, New Jersey
Field Specimen Technician.
Preparing specimen for molecular and genetic testing, assuring the quality and viability of the specimen, accurate and complete records keeping/accessioning of the processed specimen in a GLP governed environment, also discrepancy identi cation and correction.
March 2013- Present Mended Hearts
Educating interested members in metabolic cardiology and regenerative car- diac technologies.
Education and Training
M.S., Biotechnology and Chemical Science, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois (2016)
B.S., Biochemistry, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois (2014) Licensed pharmacy technician, 049.200752
National Institute of Health O ce of Extramural Research, Protecting Hu- man Research Participants, 1960196
Willing to relocate and pro cient in Spanish and functional in Portuguese. 3