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Medical Device

Location:
New York City, New York, United States
Salary:
80k
Posted:
March 25, 2019

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TANAZ DAHYA **** W *rd St, Brooklyn, NY ***** CELL#: (860) 597 – 8490, E-MAIL: ac8wei@r.postjobfree.com

PROFILE

Experienced in Microbiology, Molecular Biology and academic lab work. Knowledge of

Medical device development and manufacturing, consumer electronics, automotive parts,

and other facets of the world of plastics. Possess a strong work ethic, communication and

Interpersonal skills. Proficient in using Microsoft Office.

EDUCATION:

University of Saint Joseph, West Hartford, CT

Bachelor of Science

Major: BioChemistry

Gujarat Technological University, India

Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Science

Certifications:

Restricted Licence for Molecular Genetics lab New York

Cisco CCNA Certified

ASCP (pursuing).

SKILLS

Capable of performing a variety of different lab and medical procedure.

Capable of analysing test results and making reports.

Detail-oriented with great problem-solving skills.

In-depth knowledge of medical terms.

Chromatography, PCR, Made tablets and capsules, GMP, Prepare reagents

WORK EXPERIENCE

Mt. Sinai Medical Center New York, NY Lab Coordinator III 03/ 2015 to Present

Performing & Analysing Maternal Contamination Testing using Microsatellite Markers (MCC) and gender identity test.

Prioritize and organize workload to ensure key objectives of various project timelines.

Commissioned and operated Nucleic Acid extractors (Perkin Elmer Chemagen, Qiagen)

Validations of lab equipment; documented validations process.

Operated liquid handling robotics (Perkin Elmer Janus, Agilent Bravo).

Implemented Sample tracking system.

Trained and supervised staff as needed.

Performing Fragile –X assay.

Performing Southern Blot assay.

Performing UGT1A1 assay.

Documented experience with CAP re-Accreditation and inspection preparation

Prepare and test new reagents or controls and evaluates them based on several criteria

Evaluate the various steps when performing a test, recognize problems and implement the necessary trouble shooting measure.

Inventory record keeping.

Check specimen identity with original patient requisition forms.

Determine acceptability of specimen by performing visual inspection or by recognizing abnormal results.

Document unacceptable specimens according to appropriate policy

Communicate specimen requirements to appropriate personnel

Charles River Laboratories Willimantic,CT Lab Technician II 08/2014-02/2015

Processed SPF chicken embryos, cell cultures, animal products, and microbial cultures.

Produced antigens and reagents (viruses, mycoplasma and microbial organisms)

Performed instrument calibration as per SOP.

Prepared media, buffers, and solutions

Filter and processed antiserum

Completed documentation for licensed products

Alpha Analytical (Head Quarters) Westborough, MA Chemist II 05/2014-08/2014

Prepared sample& reagents using several methods including EPH,DRO, and ETPH

Performed all extraction method including soxhlet, microwave & funnel

Analysed samples using appropriate instrumentation such as HPLC, GC, UV, IR, pH

Processed and reports the analysis results using the instruments specific data processing software such as LIMS

Disposed Extraction lab hazardous waste in accordance with hygiene plan

Maintained, serviced, and troubleshoot instrumentation as necessary

Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium Newington, CT 04/2012-05/2014 Academic Service Assistant

Monitored/responded to inbound phone inquiries and created, resolved, assigned and/or escalated the resulting tickets in timely manner

Provided support in academic areas of financial aid, admissions and client profiles

RESEARCH:

Final Year Undergraduate Project

Thesis: Investigating the function of the Leishmania BBSome using molecular genetics

Generated a knockout Leishmania Major cell line for the BBS4 gene using molecular cloning

Confirmed successful generation using DNA sequencing and southern blot

Studied the structure of the cells using confocal and electron transmission microscopy

University of Saint Joseph, West Hartford, CT

Medication for HIV, AZT (Zudiovudine)

Mechanism of action, Effectiveness & safety

Collected data from Hospital

Developed and Validated Mass Spectrometry based assays in support of drug studies

Wrote memos, final reports and writing/updating lab SOPs

Reference:

Available upon request.



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