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Data and research analyst with consulting and management experience

Location:
Arlington, VA
Posted:
May 12, 2022

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Candace Y. Moore

**** ***** **** ****** #*** Arlington, VA 22209

804-***-**** adq1lx@r.postjobfree.com

Education

American University (AU) Washington, D.C. Cumulative GPA: 3.00

Master of Arts in Psychology (Clinical Science & Thesis Track) Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2023

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Major GPA: 4.0) May 2018

Bachelor of Science in Science, Concentration: Professional Health Sciences (Major GPA: 3.68) May 2018

Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), Richmond, VA Cumulative GPA: 3.81

Research Experience

Research Assistant

AU Department of Psychology August 2021- Present

Advisor: Jonathan Tubman, PhD, MSW,MS

“Are current assessment tool which evaluate adolescents’ risk taking behaviors, substance use, and abnormal psychology valid (i.e. concurrent validity, convergent, and discriminant validity) ?”

National Institutes of Health June 2018- September 2021

Undergraduate Scholarship Program Scholar/IRTA Research Fellow

National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR)- Tissue Injury Branch (TIB)

Principal Investigator: Jessica Gill, PhD, RN, FAAN

Supervisors: Darryl Murray, PhD, Mary Ley, RN, BSN

“How do molecular mechanisms and fatigue mediate recovery from traumatic brain injury?”

VCU Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology June 2016- June 2017

Principal Investigator: Jill Bettinger, PhD

Supervisor: Laura Mathies, PhD

“How is level of response to ethanol effected by genetic modification of C. elegans using CRISPR/Cas9?”

VCU Department of Social Psychology Cross-Domain Relationship Lab, Richmond, VA January 2015-May 2016

Principle Investigator/Supervisor: Charles C. Calderwood, PhD

“Conducted research related to meta-analyses of psychological detachment, task performance, well-being and social behaviors, investigated areas of industrial/organizational psychology focused on psychological detachment, task performance and its association with well-being and social behaviors”

Independent Study

VCU Department of Psychology, Spit for Science Lab, Richmond, VA January 2017- May 2017

Principal Investigator: Danielle Dick, PhD

Supervisor: Amy Adkins, PhD

“Is GLP1R associated with alcohol-related phenotypes in college students?”

VCU Department of Psychology Cross-Domain Relationship Lab, Richmond, VA January 2016-May 2016

Supervisor: Charles C. Calderwood, PhD

“How do ruminations and psychological detachment associate with caregivers’ task performance?”

Presenter

National Institutes of Health Postbac Poster Day, Bethesda, Maryland May 2019

“Higher exosomal and plasma neurofilament light chain relate to persistent ptsd and post-concussive symptoms in veterans with a history of traumatic brain injury”

National Institutes of Health Summer Research Program Poster Day, Bethesda, Maryland August 2018

“Association of mechanisms of traumatic brain injury and psychological outcomes”

VCU Poster Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creativity, Richmond, Virginia April 2017

“The association of GLP1R and alcohol-related phenotypes”

University of Maryland National Conference for McNair Scholars and Undergraduate Research March 2017

“Allelic modification using CRISPR/CAS9 to investigate acute functional tolerance to ethanol in C. elegans”

Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, Tampa Florida November 2016

“Allelic modification using CRISPR/CAS9 to investigate acute functional tolerance to ethanol in C. elegans”

VCU Center on Health Disparities Summer Research Symposium, Richmond, Virginia August 2016

“Using CRISPR/Cas9 to investigate acute functional tolerance to ethanol” (oral presentation)

VCU Poster Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creativity, Richmond, Virginia April 2016

“Balancing work and school: Evaluating the experiences of students who work while enrolled”

VCU Poster Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creativity, Richmond, Virginia April 2015

“Mastery and control experiences are predictive of sleep quality in college students that work part-time”

Publications

Edwards, K.A., Pattinson, C.L., Tschiffely,A., Moore, C., Dell,C., Devoto, C. Statz, J., Carr, W., Walker,B., LoPresti,M., Ahlers, S., Yarnell,A., Gill, J. (2020). Blast exposure results in tau and neurofilament light chain changes in peripheral nlood. Brain Injury, 34. doi: 10.1080/02699052.2020.1797171

Edwards, K.A., Pattinson, C.L., Guedes, V.A., Peyer, Jordan, Moore, C., Davis, T., Devoto, C. Turtzo, C., Latour, L., Gill, J. (2020). Inflammatory cytokines associate with neuroimaging after acute mild traumatic brain injury. Frontiers Neurology, 11. doi: 10.3389/fneur.2020.00348

(abstract) Guedes, V., Peyer, J., Pattinson, C., Moore, C., Edwards, K., Turtzo, C., Devoto, C., Lai, C., Zhang, X.,Latour, L., Gill, J.(2019). DBA-07 Glial fibrillary acidic protein levels relate to changes in neuroimaging findings after mild traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, doi: http://doi.org/10.1089/neu.2019.29100.abstracts

Beachy, K. A., Moore, C, & Smith, M.M. (2015). The effects of part-time work on sleep quality in college students. Undergraduate Research Posters. Poster 137. http://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/uresposters/137

Featured in News

VCU News. “Students Present Research Projects that Merge Academic and Personal Interests During Annual Symposiums” May 8, 2018.

VCU Impact Magazine. “The Trouble with Being First” November 15, 2017.

VCU News. “Students Present Research Projects that Merge Academic and Personal Interests During Annual Symposiums” April 29, 2016.

Healthcare Experience

Shadowing

J.B. Franklin, MD, FACP, CHCQP, FAIQM, Founder, Medical Director Gulf Coast Community Ministries Free Clinic, Gulfport, Mississippi Spring and Summer 2014

Obtain, compile and record patient medical data, including progress notes and results of physical examination (approximate total: 35 hours).

Volunteer

DC Central Kitchen, Washington, D.C. June 2018

Serve as kitchen staff to help prepare meals for DC metropolitan area homeless shelters, rehabilitation

clinics, and after-school programs.

Dress 4 Success, Richmond, Virginia February 2018- May 2018

Empower women to become successful in the workplace by providing coaching, and professional styling.

U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Primary Caregiver, Richmond, Virginia August 2013- December 2016

Serve as POA, and primary caregiver for disabled OEF/OIF USMC veteran (average 25 hours per week).

Assist veteran by providing support for activities of daily living to help manage comorbid Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Major Depressive Disorder symptoms in addition to pain management for Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease.

Act as patient advocate to ensure veteran receives access to medical services.

Transport veteran to medical appointments and urgent care, and sit-in during medical appointments and emergency situations.

Gulf Coast Community Ministries Free Clinic, Gulfport, Mississippi Spring and Summer 2014

Supervisor: Sherry Theroux, RN

Manage food bank, and clothes closet distribution.

Receive, store, and inventory pharmaceutical supplies and medications, check for outdated medications, and notify pharmacist when inventory levels were low.

Clean treatment rooms for patient examinations.

Greet and check-in patients arriving at the clinic, ensure patient files were updated and stored appropriately and other general office duties (approximate total: 52 hours).

Fan Free Clinic, Richmond, Virginia December 2009 and December 2011

Arrange and coordinate services for Annual World AIDS Day event, such as accommodations for participants, signage, displays, and safety requirements.

Meet with clinic staff to plan scope of responsibilities for volunteer team, and event schedule.

Awards and Honors

American University Merit Award August 2021-Present

American University Barnard Scholarship August 2021-Present

National Institute of Health Undergraduate Scholarship Program Scholar August 2017- 2021

TRIO 4-year SSS Scholarship recipient April 2017

VCU Board of Visitors Award Candidate February 2017

Korean-American Grocers Association of Greater Richmond (KAGRO) 27th Annual Scholarship January 2017

National Institute of Health Undergraduate Scholarship Semi-Finalist August 2016

National Institute of Health Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) Scholar June 2016- August 2017

Virginia Commonwealth University Achievement Award August 2014- May 2018

VCU College of Humanities and Sciences Dean’s List August 2013-May 2018

Organizational Involvement

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, VCU Chapter Member since November 2015

Golden Key International Honor Society Member since November 2017

Genetics Journal Club February 2017- May 2018

VCU NIH-IMSD Near-Peer Seminar June 2016-May 2018

TRIO Student Support Services January 2016- May 2018

Pre-Med Society, Virginia Commonwealth University October 2013-May 2018

Black Psychology Student Association, Virginia Commonwealth University October 2013-May 2014

Professional Meetings and Co-Curricular Development

AL1GN Focus group participant April 2017

Moderated by: Daphne Rankin, VCU Associate Vice Provost of Strategic Enrollment Management and Elizabeth Bambacuses, Student Engagement and Summer Studies Administrator

AL1GN 2017 Conference attendee, Barnard College and Columbia University, New York, NY March 2017

“The Alliance for the Low-Income & First Generation Narrative: Connecting first generation students from low-income backgrounds from across the nation to support dialogue between each other and university faculty with the goal of program development which supports successful matriculation and addresses challenges during the process”

Arts and Healthcare Focus Group, “How the Arts Can Improve the Quality of Healthcare” April and October 2016

Liz Lerman Dance Exchange Residency/ VCU Medical Center, Office of the Vice President for Health Sciences

HumanCare, Diversity Co-Curricular Course and Commendation of Achievement January 2016-May 2017

VCU Medical Center, Office of the Vice President for Health Sciences, Division for Health Sciences Diversity

VCU Undergraduate Molecular Biology Lab Skills Bootcamp participant May 2016

VCU UROP, Office of Research and Innovation, Department of Biology

Health Professions Speaker Series March 2016

VCU Medical Center, Office of the Vice President for Health Sciences, Division for Health Sciences Diversity

Eldercare Seminar February 2016

VCU Medical Center, Department of Internal Medicine, Social Work and Geriatric Care Management

Management and Leadership

M.A.C. Cosmetics, Richmond, Virginia

Make-Up Artist August 2004- February 2008

Assistant Retail Manager February 2008-March 2013

Consecutive achievement within the top 10% of regional sales for percent over LY and stretch goals.

Impact Team Artist for Southern Virginia January 2011-March 2013

Visit MAC Cosmetic retailers in Roanoke, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, and Charlottesville to conduct group trainings for staff and clients



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