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Cell and Molecular Biology techniques

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San Diego, California, United States
Posted:
December 23, 2015

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NADIA

VADAIE,

PhD

acswaj@r.postjobfree.com

/

***- ***- ****/

San

Diego,

CA

1

PROFILE:

Successful academic with wide range of technical skills and research experience in Molecular

Biology

who is

eager to transition from

academia to the

biotechnology industry following

a

leave

of

absence

after

the

completion

of

a

second

Post- doctoral

position. LAB

SKILLS:

Cell

Biology:

Fluorescence

and

light

microscopy,

cell- based

assays

(e.g.

ELISA

and

luciferase assays), tissue culture (insect and mammalian cell lines), stable cell line generation, transfections

of

siRNAs,

biotinylated

RNAs,

and

plasmids Molecular

Biology:

degenerate

PCR,

RT- PCR,

qPCR,

nucleic

acid

extraction,

Sothern

blotting, RNA transcription, Northern blotting, cloning, recombinant protein expression, protein purification, Western blotting, immuoprecipitation (IP), chromatin immunoprecipation

(ChIP),

and

ProtoArray

protein

microarray COMPUTER

SKILLS:

Microsoft

Word,

PowerPoint,

Excel,

graphpad

Prism.

Nucleic

acids

and

protein

manipulation tools

such

as:

ExPASy,

USCS

Genome

Browser,

SDSC

Biology

workbench,

NCBI,

and

Ensembl Genome

Browser

EXPERIENCE:

Research

Associate/Postdoctoral

Associate May

2012- May

2013,

1

year The

Scripps

Research

Institute,

Department

of

Molecular

&

Experimental

Medicine, La

Jolla,

CA

• Designed,

developed

and

conducted

experiments

which

contributed

to

publications

• Collected

and

analyzed

data

for

research

projects

focusing

on

the

role

of

non- coding RNAs

in

autism

and

neuroblastomas,

tumors

of

the

nerve

tissues

found

in

infants and

children

• Presented

research

findings

to

supervisors/lab

members,

faculties

and

staffs

at

the department

• Wrote,

published,

and

reviewed

research

papers

• Spearheaded

multiple

research

projects

• Worked

collaboratively

with

lab

members

to

achieve

project

goals

• Managed

day

to

day

laboratory

duties

• Trained

undergraduate,

graduate

students

and

staff

members Postdoctoral

Associate

March

2011- April

2012,

1

year

1 month

Sanford

Burnham

Research

Institute,

Tumor

Initiation

&

Maintenance

Program, La

Jolla,

CA

• Performed

experiments

and

collected

data

• Presented

data

at

meetings

• Literature

search

• Trained

students

and

staff

NADIA

VADAIE,

PhD

acswaj@r.postjobfree.com

/

858- 836- 2044/

San

Diego,

CA 2

Research

Technician

III

April

2005- August

2006,

1

year

4

months State

University

of

New

York

(SUNY)

at

Buffalo,

Department

of

Biological

Sciences,

Buffalo, NY

• Designed,

developed

and

conducted

experiments

• Gathered

data

and

presented

data

at

meetings

• Wrote

and

published

papers

• Literature

search

• Trained

students

and

staff

• Managed

day

to

day

laboratory

duties Research

Technician

III

July

2004- March

2005,

9

months Roswell

Park

Cancer

Institute,

Department

of

Pharmacology

and

Therapeutics,

Buffalo,

NY

• Performed

experiments

and

collected

data

• Presented

data

at

meetings

• Trained

students

and

staff

• Managed

day

to

day

laboratory

duties Research

Scientist

Assistant

June

2000- July

2004,

~4

years University

of

Wyoming,

Department

of

Molecular

Biology,

Laramie,

WY

• Carried

out

experiments

and

collected

data

• Presented

data

at

meetings

• Wrote

and

published

papers

• Trained

students

and

staff

EDUCATION:

PhD

Biology,

2011

• State

University

of

New

York

at

Buffalo,

Department

of

Biological

Sciences,

NY MPhil

Medical

Sciences,

2000

MS

Medical

Sciences,

1996

• University

of

Birmingham,

The

Medical

School,

Division

of

Immunity

and

Infection, Birmingham,

England

BS

Biology,

1994

• Saint

Mary’s

College,

Department

of

Biology,

Notre

Dame,

Indiana NADIA

VADAIE,

PhD

acswaj@r.postjobfree.com

/

858- 836- 2044/

San

Diego,

CA 3

PUBLICATIONS:

1)

Vadaie

N,

Saayman

S,

Lenox

A,

Aackley

A,

Clemson

M,

Burdach

J,

Hart

J,

Vogt

PK,

Morris KV.

MYCNOS

functions

as

a

non- coding

RNA

regulating

MYCN.

RNA

Biol

2015;

12(8):893- 9 2)

Adhikari

H,

Vadaie

N,

Stefan

CJ,

MacGurn

JA,

Chow

J,

Cullen

PJ.

The

Unfolded

Protein Response

Regulates

the

Signaling

Mucin

that

Controls

the

Filamentous

Growth

MAPK Pathway.

Mol

Cell

Biol

2015;

35(8):1414- 32 3)

Vadaie

N

and

Morris

KV.

Long

antisense

non- coding

RNAs

and

the

epigenetic

regulation of

gene

expression.

BioMol

Concepts

2013;

4(4):

411–415.

Review 4)

Karunanithi

S,

Vadaie

N,

Chavel

C,

Birkaya

B,

Joshi

J,

Grell

L,

Cullen

PJ.

Shedding

of

the Mucin- Like

Flocculin

Flo11p

Reveals

a

New

Aspect

of

Fungal

Adhesion

Regulation.

Curr

Biol 2010;

20(15):1389- 95

5) Pitoniak

A,

Birkaya

B,

Dionne

HM,

Vadaie

N,

Cullen

PJ.

The

signaling

mucins

Msb2

and Hkr1

differentially

regulate

the

filamentation

mitogen- activated

proteinkinase

pathway

and contribute

to

a

multimodal

response.

Mol

Biol

Cell

2009;

20(13):3101- 14 6)

Vadaie

N,

Dionne

H,

Akajagbor

DS,

Nickerson

SR,

Krysan,

DJ,

Cullen

PJ.

Cleavage

of

the signaling

mucin

Msb2

by

the

aspartyl

protease

Yps1

is

required

for

MAPK

activation

in

yeast. J

Cell

Biol

2008;

181(7):1073- 81 7)

Vadaie

N

and

Jarvis

DL.

Molecular

cloning

and

functional

characterization

of

a Lepidopteran

insect

beta4- N- acetylgalactosaminyltransferase

with

broad

substrate specificity,

a

potential

functional

role

in

glycoprotein

biosynthesis,

and

a

in

glycolipid biosynthesis.

J

Biol

Chem

2004;

279(32):33501- 18 8)

Vadaie

N,

Hulinsky

RS,

Jarvis

DL.

Identification

and

characterization

of

a

Drosophila melanogaster

ortholog

of

human

ß

1,4- galactosyltransferase

VII.

Glycobiology

2002; 12(10):589- 597



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