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Chemist / CPhT

Location:
Duluth, GA, 30046
Posted:
August 12, 2012

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OBJECTIVE To obtain a position to utilize proven leadership, teamwork, and organizational skills in the field of physical science and chemistry.

EDUCATION UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

Bachelor of Science in Medicinal Chemistry

Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATION BOARD

Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)

QUALIFICATION

SUMMARY > Studied different disciplines of chemistry to earn two Bachelor degrees in only 4 years’ time

> Worked with biological transition metals to aid in the detection of Alzheimer’s

> Have an in depth knowledge of chemical literature and references

EXPERIENCE CVS Caremark, Lawrenceville, GA

Pharmacy Technician, July 2012-present

University at Buffalo, Amherst, NY

Senior Researcher, May 2010-December 2010

• Implemented natural transition ions in CEST experiment

• Designed, synthesized, and analyzed cobalt and iron compounds for in vivo detection

• Prepared metal complexes under physiological conditions for magnetic imaging

Buffalo Bulls Football, Amherst, NY

Assistant Recruiting Coordinator, August 2008-May 2012

• Organized biographical information of potential scholarship athletes

• Executed scheduled UB football recruiting events

• Served as the liaison between players and operational staff

SPECIAL

SKILLS > Proficient in German, American Sign Language, and Spanish

> Skilled in operating:

• Microsoft Office, SciFinder Web, MicroTab, Web MO, and Avagadro

• NMR, UV-vis, and Mass Spectroscopy …

ADDITIONAL

DATA > Member of the national professional chemistry fraternity Alpha Chi Sigma in the positions of:

• Judicial Chair

• Historian

• Fundraising Chair

• Webmaster

> Member of the Minorities in Health Related Professions Club and the Student Affiliates to the American Chemical Society

> Attained certifications of leadership, diversity, and global competency from the University at Buffalo

> Won a 2011 CURCA Undergraduate Research Award

> Volunteered in chemistry outreach programs for youth learning within the Buffalo community



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