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Clinical Research Coordinator

Irvine, California, United States
May 07, 2019

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Undariya Boldbaatar

Phone: 415-***-****


University of California, Irvine [ Sept, 2013 - June, 2017 ] Major: Biological Sciences

GPA: 3.74


Behavior Interventionist [June, 2017 - Present]

Behavioral Concepts - 23151 Verdugo Dr, Laguna Hills, CA

• Provide one-to-one behavioral therapeutic services to children with neurodevelopment disabilities through use of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs

• Address and implement goals designed by the supervisor in charge

• Implement behavior plans to help the client attain functional skills and to replace challenging behaviors

• Create a welcoming environment that encourages the children to learn

• Record and analyze data from daily interactions with clients for further assessment Junior Research Specialist [ July, 2017 - Present] Dr.BenMohamed’s Lab of Cellular and Molecular Immunology- UC Irvine

• Assist with development and study of vaccines that confer resistance to diseases caused by Herpes Simplex Virus-1


• Responsible for carrying out various laboratory tasks to keep the lab fully operational

• Conduct various experimental procedures (DNA extraction and quantification, viral plaque assay, tissue sectioning and staining, cell passaging etc., ) under supervision of post-docs

• Aid in maintenance of lab research animals (guinea pigs, rabbits and rats) and surgical procedures

• Keep thorough and comprehensive record of experiments

• Developed my own project as part of Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)

Server [July, 2017 - Present]

Brio Tuscan Grille- Irvine Spectrum Center

• Work with a team of fellow servers and kitchen staff to deliver an exceptional dining experience

• Responsible for having a thorough knowledge of the menu and other services offered, including but not limited to our wide selection of wine and rewards programs.

• Greet and take customers’ orders in a timely and effective manner

• Assist with training of new staff members

• Responsible for confirming that other servers completed their side tasks upon closing to ensure the restaurant is ready for the next day

Community Assistant [ June, 2016 - July, 2017]

Vista Del Campo- American Campus Communities

• Responsible for ensuring a positive college and living experience to the 64 residents that I was entrusted with

• Worked as a customer relations liaison for students and parents

• Planned and implement weekly programs catering towards the residents’ academic, financial and wellness needs

• Mitigated roommate conflicts, responded to noise complaints and various other issues encountered by the residents

• Assisted in marketing campaigns, residence life programs and leasing efforts

• Worked at the leasing office to answer, screen and relay any incoming calls while providing thorough information Student Parent Orientation Program (SPOP) leader [ Feb, 2016 - Sept, 2016] University of California, Irvine

• Responsible for welcoming the incoming students and their families during their transition to UCI

• Led a group of 80 incoming freshmen during their overnight stay on campus along with fellow SPOP leaders

• Helped the students learn more about UCI, hosted campus tours and exposed them to potential extracurriculars available on campus

• Facilitated small group discussions regarding fears, hopes, doubts and questions relating to college life

• Created a welcoming environment for students to explore and connect with peers by conducting various play and ice-breaker activities

• In preparation for the program, I took a quarter long class exploring wide variety of issues relating to cultural sensitivity, mental health, race, sex etc.,

Academic and Community Excellence (A.C.E) programmer [ August, 2015 - June, 2016] Middle Earth Housing, UCI

• Responsible for hosting weekly office hours in residence halls, offering help with Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics

• Sessions consisted of going over challenging concepts and preparing for upcoming tests and quizzes

• Developed a mentorship with a handful of the residents throughout the year as we communicated our common goal of pursuing careers in health care field

• Organized quarterly community wide academic events geared towards the residents’ academic success

• Attended weekly meetings with fellow team members to address pressing community needs and plan for upcoming events


Intern to Commissioner [April, 2014 - June, 2016]

Art Lab-ASUCI, Office of the President

Intern duties:

• Assisted in organizing semi-quartely events to showcase students’ talents in a fostering environment

• Reached out to students and other organizations on campus regarding their participation during the events

• Attended bi-weekly meetings and plan for the upcoming event

• Publicized the events through social media, posters and hand outs Commissioner duties:

• Led a group of 10 interns to plan and organize campus-wide events using various forms of art medium as an outlet

• Initiated the collaboration with other campus organizations to widen the outreach of programs

• Started implementing a cohesive theme to the events to bring awareness to pressing issues such as mental health, sexual safety, race and gender issues etc.,

• Delegated tasks to the team members to ensure a consistent work flow

• Hosted bi-monthly one-on-ones with the interns to check up on their well being and their overall satisfaction

• Worked towards decreasing the lack of creative space and appreciation for art at UCI by establishing creativity room within the student government building


Alpha Epsilon Delta- Honors Pre-health Society [ Sept, 2015 - July, 2017] Active member

• Attended weekly meetings, where a guest lecturer from a health field discusses about their career

• Assist in planning community service and social events for fellow members

• Participated in weekly community service events, ranging from but not limited to canned food drive, beach clean up, surgery doll making, handing out clothes and food to homeless communities in skid row and Santa Ana etc., School On Wheels [ March, 2018 - Present]


• Provide one-on-one tutoring service to a homeless student on a weekly basis

• Serve as a role model and provide various educational assistance

• Implement fun workshops to ignite love for learning


Awards and Publications

Dean’s Honor list: Fall 2013, Winter 2014, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Winter 2016. Fall 2016, Winter 2017, Spring 2017 Outstanding intern 2014 - Associated Students of University of California, Irvine (ASUCI) Commissioner of the Year 2015- ASUCI


Khan AA, Srivastava R, Vahed H, Roy S, Walia SS, Kim GJ, Fouladi MA, Yamada T, Ly VT, Lam C, Lou A, Nguyen V, Boldbaatar U, Geertsema R, Fraser NW, BenMohamed L. Human asymptomatic epitope peptide/CXCL10-based prime/pill vaccine induces Herpes Simplex Virus-specific gamma interferon-positive CD107+ CD8+ T cells that infiltrate the cornea and trigeminal ganglia of humanized HLA transgenic rabbits and protect against ocular herpes challenge. Journal of Virology. 2018. doi:10.1128/jvi.00535-18. Srivastava R, Hernández-Ruiz M, Khan AA, Fouled MA, Kim JK, Ly VT, Lam C, Lou A, Sarain SAB, Boldbaatar U, Zlotnik A, Bahraini E, BenMohamed L. CXCL17 chemokine–dependent mobilization of CXCR8 CD8 Effector memory and tissue-resident memory T-cells in the vaginal mucosa is associated with protection against genital herpes. The Journal of Immunology. 2018;200(8):2915-2926. doi:10.4049/jimmunol.1701474.


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