Antanette T. Boston
Objective: To obtain a professional career in the biological field of science and technology.
Med Center Lab-Medical Technologist
Exercise technical and scientific functions in medical laboratory. Over see patients phlebotomy work, test results and diagnosis at one of our most highly complex nursing homes. Perform clinical testing and analysis of body fluids on sight.
Aloe Vera of America-Microbiology Tech
Garland, TX (Present)
Microbiological testing raw material, experimental, aloe gels and finished goods. Streaking plates,reading and determining bacterial growth of products. Preparing media plates, production-compounding air quality/environmentals, swabbing and everyday laboratory quality control.
ProLab-Medical Laboratory Technologist
Fort Worth, TX (April 2007-Aug.2008)
Perform full range of general laboratory tests from simple blood tests, urinalysis, and chemical analysis. Evaluate test results and relay them to physicians in a fast pace laboratory environment. Core-Lab testing: Perform complex chemical, biological, hematological, immunological, microscopic, and bacteriological test.
National Medical Services-Forensic Chemistry Specialist
Willow Grove, PA (Feb.2006-April 2007)
Involves the manipulation and analysis of biological specimens for drugs and potentially toxic compounds. Extracted and analyzed the chemical content of fluid. Performed specimen inventory tracking, entered results in LIS, document QC data and alert appropriate personnel to problems. Prepared reagents, controls and calibrate lab instruments.
American Red Cross-Reference Lab Specialist
Philadelphia, PA (Dec.2002-Sept.2005)
Blood banking: antigen typing, cross matching and HgBS testing in a precise and efficient way to provide quality products for transfusion purposes. Sustain maximum customer service by aiding customers locally, regionally and nationally with their request of antigen negative red cell blood products. Managed and monitored The American Rare Donor Program along with Sickle Cell Program for neighboring children’s hospitals. Performed quality control on all equipments and reagents.
Special Skills: blood banking, medical testing and analysis, specimen collection/aliquot, OSHA/FDA awareness, and cGMP knowledge/experience. Customer service skills, medical terminology, instrument use: HPLC, GC, AA, Nova, Mass Spectrum, alcoholometry and other technical laboratory instruments. Read, write, analyze and interpret technical procedures and data. Air quality testing, swabbing, and micro-plating/reading.
American Medical Technologist-MT certification
Chicago, IL (present: eligible)
Nationally Certifying Medical Technologist
Jackson State University-Bachelor of Science
Jackson, MS (1995-2000)
B.S degree in biology science and technology
Northeast High School-Academic
Philadelphia, PA (1991-1995)
High School diploma
References are available upon request