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Reserve Technician

Location:
United States
Salary:
20$ hourly
Posted:
March 18, 2020

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Romina Maldonado

**** *. ********, *******, **. *0639 773-***-**** adccwh@r.postjobfree.com

Objective

Seeking a position to utilize my skills and experience as a Research Technician.

Education

BACHELORS IN ARTS NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY DECEMBER, 2016

Major: Interdisciplinary Studies. Courses included: General Chemistry I & II, Organic Chemistry.

Minor: Biology.

ASSOCIATE DEGREE WILBUR WRIGHT COLLEGE MAY, 2008

GPA 3.16

Skills & Abilities

Trained in Pediatric First Aid and CPR February, 2015

Fluent in Spanish

Microsoft Office

Research on microorganism soil composition where plants like buckthorn are present in low and high density

Fruit fly experiment on change of allele frequency in genetics class

Perform ELISA test to detect antibodies in chemistry class

Mutant S. elegan worm experiment on determining neuron pathway for chemical and osmotic avoidance

Experience

RESERVE TECHNICIAN - FRESENIUS KABI, MELROSE PARK, IL. - JUNE 2017-PRESENT

Qualified inspector of vials samples, performs monthly and complaint inspections of vials

Performs destruction of expired reserve samples

Reconstitution of lyophilized medicine to liquid

SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER - FIRST SPANISH CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE IN CHICAGO - 2015-PRESENT

Organize monthly teachers meeting, provide motivation and teaching tips

RESEARCH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT - CHICAGO BOTANIC GARDEN, GLENCOE, IL - JUNE-AUGUST, 2015

Assisted research on extinct plants and data analysis

Measurement and dissection of endangered species

RESEARCH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT - NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, CHICAGO, IL - JUNE, 2014

Snail dissection, differentiating parasites at different stages inside snail

Collected and stored molecular and morphological samples

Assisted on Abstract and Poster Composition: “Nutrient Concentration and Intensity of Larval Flatworm (Trematode) Infection in Field Collected Snails”

RESEARCH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT - U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, PEORIA, IL - MARCH, 2014

Ran Polymerase Chain Reaction tests (PCR), extracting fungus DNA that affects crops like wheat and corn

Examined wheat and corn plant in green house to observed the health of the plant that were exposed to fungus

Reference Available Upon Request



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