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October 12, 2016

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Abreu Ramirez, Cristian Antonio (********)

Curriculum Vitae

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Confidential - Do not disclose or distribute applicant information to persons outside the residency/fellowship application process. Abreu Ramirez, Cristian Antonio (Christian)

AAMC ID: 14390129

Present Mailing Address

16 Woodlawn Ave

Fl 2

Cranford, NJ 07016

Preferred Phone: 347-***-****

Alternate Phone: 646-***-****

Mobile Phone:

acw03d@r.postjobfree.com

Permanent Mailing Address

16 Woodlawn Ave

Fl 2

Cranford, NJ 07016

347-***-****

Medical Education

Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Dominican Republic 09/2003 - 12/2010

M.D., 01/2011

Education

Other - University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL English as Second Language

03/2005 - 10/2005

Other - RUTGERS University, Newark, NJ

English As Second Language

09/2004 - 12/2004

Membership and Honorary/Professional Societies

No Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) chapter at my school

No Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) chapter at my school I became a member of the Physiologic Sciences Department after completing one year of training. I was Teacher's Assistant there while I was at Medical School and I stayed for a few years after graduation. Medical School Awards

I was valedictorian student of my class. I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a GPA of 3.6 Certification/Licensure

BLS Certified, 10/07/2018

Volunteer Experience

08/2016 - 09/2016 Average Hours/Week: 60

Heart & Vascular Specialists, McAllen, TX, United States Observership, Dr. Ruben Abreu

I was doing an observer ship with Dr. Ruben Abreu in the inpatient and outpatient setting. I'd see patients and assist with the questioning. I'd also be present for Cath Lab procedures, Stress Tests, Echocardiograms, Pacemaker Checkups and so on. Abreu Ramirez, Cristian Antonio (14390129)

Curriculum Vitae

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Confidential - Do not disclose or distribute applicant information to persons outside the residency/fellowship application process. Volunteer Experience

07/2016 - 08/2016 Average Hours/Week: 50

Rio Grande Medicine, McAllen, TX, United States

Observership, Dr. Julio Savinon

I was doing an observer ship at Dr. Savinon's office at Harlingen Regional Hospital. We worked on the outpatient setting only. We'd see about 25 patients per day. Most of the times I'd just enter to the patient's room and do a HPI, a ROS and a PE. Once I was done Dr. Savinon would come to see the patient and I'd explain my findings and suggest management and workup. 01/2011 - 01/2011 Average Hours/Week: 40

Knapp Medical Center, Weslaco, TX, United States

Observership, Dr. Ricardo Abreu

I did a very short 2 week observership along with Dr. Abreu at the Critical Care Unit of Knapp Medical Center. He'd perform his duties as a pulmonologist and I simply shadowed around him and helped as much as I could. 12/2010 - 01/2011 Average Hours/Week: 8

Rio Grande Heart Specialists, McAllen, TX, United States Observership, Dr. Ruben Abreu

I was following a cardiologist around. I'd go beside him to see his work with admitted patients. I'd also accompany him and sometimes even scrub in at the cath lab. I'd also accompany him to his consultations in the outpatient setting. 10/2008 - 07/2009 Average Hours/Week: 14

Area de Ciencias Fisiológicas - PUCMM, Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic Teacher Trainee, Dra. Mariela Pena

We met Saturdays since 8AM till 6PM to discuss particular topics which had been stablished in a program given to us at the beginning of the training process. On our Saturday sessions they'd basically call us up to stand up and talk about a particular part of the topic scheduled for the day. You had to go over every single detail you knew using chalk and a blackboard to draw diagrams and make the subject clear. During each of our interventions we'd be interrupted multiple times by our trainers who'd ask us anything that'd come to mind regarding that particular topic. After these sessions were over we'd meet twice during weekdays for 2 hours to do lab sessions which involved us doing practical procedures which were related to the previous Saturday session. Those experiments involved the use of instruments, chemicals and biologic material such as live rabbits, frogs, mice and dogs. Work Experience

06/2011 - 05/2012 Average Hours/Week: 40

Primary Care Clinic "El Naranjal", La Vega, Dominican Republic General Practitioner, Dr. Skailes Morillo

I worked as a general practitioner at a rural clinic in a small town called "El Naranjal" located at La Vega, a province of The Dominican Republic. At this job which I was doing as a requirement to obtain my Dominican Medical License I worked seeing about 10 patients per day who went for regular checkups or for assorted consultations for diverse simple problems such as skin infections, headaches, vaginal infections and so on. We also had a small emergency room to take care of small wounds by stitching them. 09/2010 - 12/2010 Average Hours/Week: 40

St. Barnabas Hospital Bronx NY, Bronx, NY, United States Medical Student Rotation, Dr. Ricardo Rey

At my medical school they send their best students to do a internal medicine rotation in a US Hospital. In my case I was sent to St. Barnabas Hospital. Over there we worked side by side with US students working from 8-4 doing rounds along with residents. We'd get early, do rounds with residents and assist them with venupunctures and simple procedures. We also had to write down charts. I rotated over Infectious diseases, ICU, Endocrinology and Internal Medicine Departments. Abreu Ramirez, Cristian Antonio (14390129)

Curriculum Vitae

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Confidential - Do not disclose or distribute applicant information to persons outside the residency/fellowship application process. Work Experience

09/2009 - 08/2014 Average Hours/Week: 20

Pontifica Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra, Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic Laboratory Teacher, Dr. Oscar Madera

We would have small 10-15 student groups with which we had lab sessions where we'd usually perform experiments with chemical reactants. Sometimes we had to work with animals (rats, dogs, frogs). Most of the times we mostly had discussions about clinical cases or discussions about topics which has previously been discussed during lectures (eg. EKG shops, heart as a pump, etc). Current/Prior Training

None

Research Experience

04/2008 - 06/2008 Average Hours/Week: 6

Laboratorio de Patologia Union Medica, Dominican Republic Researcher, Dr. Felix Contreras

We were starting to form a group of research about breast cancer prevalence in the Dominican Republic. We started doing the research and started going to the training.

Publications

Non Peer Reviewed Online Publication

Butler, MA & Rubio, S & Abreu, C & Jerez, M & Irizarri B & Peralta, M. (2010, July 15). Prevalence of Obesity Among Patients with New Diagnosis of Cancer

Mary-Ann, Selenia Rubio, Christian A. Abreu, Mahony Jerez, Blanca Irizarri & Modesta Peralta. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1_4qtY7UWjpZFJSREg1dENoakk, Pub Status: Published. Hobbies & Interests

I like reading history. Whenever a particular subject picks my interest I can spend hours upon hours reading about it. I'm very good with electronics. I can figure out how to make anything work. I even have some notions about repairing broken phones and PCs. I have a YouTube Channel about it. I also like reading fiction from time to time. I like helping people understand things, I like going on forums answering technology and health related questions from time to time. Language Fluency

Language Language Proficiency Proficiency Description English Native/functionally native I converse easily and accurately in all types of situations. Native speakers, including the highly educated, may think that I am a native speaker, too. French Basic I speak the language imperfectly and only to a limited degree and in limited situations. I have difficulty in or understanding extended conversations. Abreu Ramirez, Cristian Antonio (14390129)

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Confidential - Do not disclose or distribute applicant information to persons outside the residency/fellowship application process. Language Language Proficiency Proficiency Description Spanish/Spanish

Creole

Native/functionally native I converse easily and accurately in all types of situations. Native speakers, including the highly educated, may think that I am a native speaker, too. Other Awards/Accomplishments

I was the delegate of my group so I had to work very closely with all our teacher doctors to schedule additional classes and to accommodate any schedule changes which could have occurred during the semester.



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