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Customer Service Supervisor

Spring Valley, CA, 91977
$3500 per month
August 28, 2012

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Gabriela Kasimatis


Phone: 619-***-****

Education and Certificates

September 2008-January 2012

Master of Science, Molecular and Medical Pharmacology

David Geffin School of Medicine

University of California, Los Angeles


Statistics, special topics in molecular pharmacology, individual research studies

September 2002-June 2006

Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry

University of California, Santa Barbara


Scientific writing, general psychology, intermediate spanish

General chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, physical chemistry

Introductory biology, evolution, ecology, basic pharmacology

June 2011-Present

Certified Personal Trainer

National Strength and Conditioning Association

October 2011-June 2011

Fitness Leadership Program

Recreation Department, UCLA

Work Experience

January 2012-present

Personal Trainer 2

24 Hour Fitness, Grossmont Center

Deliver a positive fitness experience and quality personal training sessions leading to member retention and client acquisition and retention.

Assist members and clients with education and guidance on comprehensive fitness programs including resistance and cardiorespiratory training, general nutritional guidelines, and nutritional product recommendations.

Set expectations and hold clients accountable to their comprehensive fitness programs through goal setting, follow up discussions, and tracking progress.

September 2008-December 2011

Graduate Student Researcher

Molecular and Medical Pharmacology

University of California, Los Angeles


Huiying Li


Investigate the human skin microbiome and its relationship to acne vulgaris.

Perform literature searches for the purpose of researching background material. Review previous reports and reviews in order to design experiments and create hypotheses.

Test research hypothesis using biological assays and molecular biology techniques. Perform database searches and compile computational experiments.

Analyze and record data using Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint in addition to biology specific analytical programs.

Provide written reports to the principal investigator. Contribute to grant applications and grant progress reports.

Collaborate with group members and provide feedback on ongoing projects. Orally present research results to group members biweekly.

Attend scientific meetings, conferences, and seminars.

Train and serve as a mentor to undergraduate laboratory assistants.

August 2011-December 2011

Masters Swim Coach and Indoor Cycling Instructor

University of San Diego

Supervisor: Serena Boyd 619-***-****)

June 2011-August 2011

Recreation Fitness Instructor

Recreation Department, UCLA

Supervisor: Elisa Terry 310-***-****)

Lead High School summer "Healthy Lifestyles" course; instruct indoor cycling.

May 2007-July 2008

Research Associate

Primary Antibody Development

Dako, North America

Supervisor: Betsy Spauding 805-***-****)

Participate in the research and development of cancer diagnostic immunohistochemistry markers.

Evaluate potential biological targets for use as a cancer diagnostic marker. Optimize the protocol and directed use of potential markers for use as a pathology tool.

Manage product development of new diagnostic markers. Lead product launch team through the development process. Provide marketing materials and product information to product team. Compose technical product instructions.

Attend scientific meetings and seminars.

May 2004-Sept 2005

Beach Lifeguard

Parks and Recreation, City of Santa Barbara

Supervisor: Rich Hanna 805-***-****)

Ensure the safety and provide customer service to the visitors on the beach.

Respond to emergency incidents and make critical decisions.

Participate in training and instruction to include open water rescue techniques, emergency medicine, and disaster response.

Related Skills:

Microsoft Project, technical writing

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