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Public Health Intern

Clinton, MD
December 25, 2020

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Upper Marlboro, MD



Enthusiastic, first year, graduate student with strong research experience and excellent writing skills demonstrated through peer-reviewed publications and presentations.

Has worked efficiently as a detail-oriented member of research and clinical teams.

Eager to learn and seeking to contribute to the maternal health research team.


The George Washington University Washington, DC

Master of Public Health Candidate, Global Health Epidemiology and Disease Control,

expected May 2022

Morgan State University Baltimore, MD

Bachelor of Science in Biology, 2018

Academy of Health Sciences at Prince George’s Community College Largo, MD

Associates of Arts in General Studies, 2015


Certified Scribe Trainer, United Medical Center Emergency Department June 2018 – July 2020

Constructed patient chart by translating and transcribing complex medical terminology, medical history and test results into cohesive reports.

Maintained HIPAA compliance while working with confidential patient records and critical results.

Collaborated with clinicians to effectively communicates patient status and efficient delivery of care.

Onboarded scribes and completed performance assessments and evaluations.

Research Assistant, Morgan State University August 2016 – May 2018

Conducted basic immunological research examining the interaction between hepatitis C virus (HCV) and peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs).

Literature reviews on HCV, innate immunity, and apoptosis.

Excelled as member of team by completing assigned independent tasks and meeting group deadlines.

Designed experimental protocol for cell culture and stimulation of PBMCs using various antigens and quantification of protein concentration.

Hoffman/ Koban Neurology Research Lab, Morgan State University January – March 2016

●Literature review on Parkinson’s disease.

●Utilized immunohistochemistry to evaluate the quality of stained slides and sections.

●Collaborated with team members in the design and presentation of weekly research findings.


Janelle Guy, Lechi Nwanegwo, Emmanuella Sobo, and Kadir Aslan, Hepatitis C Virus Core Protein Increases Expression of DR4 and DR5 in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells. Nano Biomed. Eng.,2018, 10(2): 186-198.

Janelle Guy, Emmanuella Sobo, Lechi Nwanegwo, and Kadir Aslan, Hepatitis C Virus Core Protein Enhances Natural Killer Cell Depletion of Plasmacytoid Dendritic Cells. Nano Biomed.Eng., 2019, 11(1): 44-57.


Emory University-Laney Graduate School STEM Research and Career Symposium, Sept. 2018

25th Annual Undergraduate and Graduate Symposium, Morgan State University, 2018

Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), 2017


Microsoft Office suite

Google Drive

Strong writing skills

Organizational skills

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