I have a BS in Biology with experience in teaching/tutoring adult students. I employ visual learning techniques as well as project-based learning to help students grasp abstract concepts with deeper understanding. All lessons are tailored to the students learning style and lifestyle.
Nicole has always been a well grounded individual since as far as I can remember. She was always willing to help other student in her school and neighborhood; volunteer tutoring. At the age of 10 she became the youngest reader for the Youth Summer of Reading in the Public Library; there she read books to the neighboring children in the children's department during the summer. She later became the youngest to perform duties in the adult department at the said library. Nicole has always had a heart for helping the less fortunate; she continues to spread her knowledge of education to any individual who request her assistant. While in 8th grade she was in the advanced programs and then began to take classes at the Syracuse University. She became a member of the Medical Magnet Program in middle school. In fifth grade, she wrote an article on asthma, and was published in the newspaper. Along with many other achievements and participation, she went on to City College of New York where she became the Professor's assistant, during her studies. Nicole wrote lesson plans for college, she teaches, and was sent to other states to give presentations. Nicole wrote and publish articles for the college. She continues to do voluntary service in Doctor's offices, Hospital, and Clinics, medical center/Red Cross; there she performs various assignments; Just to name a few! There is no doubt that Nicole will be an outstanding candidate in your program.
I was a teaching assistant for the genomics and bioinformatics course at my university for 3 years. I have been a part-time tutor for 3+ years, teaching various math and science subjects to high school and college students. I have tutored earth science, biology, and pre-algebra students.
Phlebotomy Certification, Phlebotomist Training Program, Metro Medical Training Center, Marietta, GA (Oct. 2016)
• Certified Phlebotomy Technician, Certification # G5M7M8J8, EXP 11/08/2018, National Healthcareer Association (NHA)
B.S., Biology, the City College of New York, New York, NY (Sept. 2016)
Foundations of Biology I & II, Intro to Genetics, Bioinformatics and Bio-molecular Systems, Biology of Organisms, Animal Behavior, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Developmental Biology, Intro to Neurobiology, Biomedical Ethics, Botany, Organic Chemistry, Phlebotomy.
Certified in Good Clinical Practices (GCP) through NIDA Clinical Coordinating Center
Proficient in Mac OS and Windows operating systems.
Familiar with HTML/CSS, Python, and Ruby programming languages.
Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word), Internet browsing capabilities, familiar with Photoshop and Adobe InDesign
Strong verbal and written communication skills. Decision making, and critical thinking. Self-motivated with strong initiative and maintains a high level of energy. Accuracy and attention to details. Tolerant and flexible, adjusts to different situations. Organizational and prioritization skills. Problem analysis, use of judgment and ability to solve problems efficiently. Patient, and attentive with a positive attitude.
Polymerase Chain Reaction, Gel Electrophoresis, DNA extraction, DNA cloning, Bacterial transformation, Cell culture, Plasmid isolation and purification, Gene annotation, Laboratory centrifugation, Protein extraction, Protein purification, Protein assay, ELISA, DNA sequence analysis, Gel permeation chromatography, DNA purification
Co-authored Leung W. et.al, Drosophila Muller F elements maintain a distinct set of genomic properties over 40 million years of evolution. (2015). G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics.
Research Associate, the City College of New York, 2010-2013
Executed independent research in a bioinformatics laboratory to study and analyze the genomes of Drosophila erecta and Drosophila mojavensis. Collaborated closely with students and faculty of CCNY and Washington University at St. Louis through the Genomics Education Partnership. Mentored undergraduate students conducting short-term projects and presented work at various meetings.
• Primary author and presenter: Insight from Structural Biology Sheds Light on Resolving Ambiguity in Gene Annotation. Aug. 2013- New York Structural Biology Summer Meeting
• Primary author and presenter: Gene Annotation and Protein Structure Screening of Newly Sequenced Dot Chromosome of D. erecta and D. mojavensis. June 2011- New York Structural Biology Faculty Retreat
• Co-author and co-presenter: Genomics Education Partnership- An Effective Approach to Prepare Students for Early Participation in Research. Dec. 2010- American Society of Cell Biology Conference
• Primary author and presenter: Annotate Newly Sequenced Dot Chromosomes of Drosophila erecta and mojavensis- A report from Peer Leaders. Dec. 2010 Annual CCNY Division of Science Poster Presentation
Intern/Shadowing with Quest Diagnostics at Georgia Kidney, Marietta, GA, Jan. 2017 – Feb. 2017
Assists and shadows lab technicians in collecting, processing and storing blood samples from patients.
Donor Ambassador for the American Red Cross, Marietta, GA, Nov. 2016- Present
Assists with reception and hospitality at blood drives and blood donation centers in the Atlanta area. Provides a high level of customer service to blood donors and assistance to staff.
Participant: Genomics Education Partnership Faculty/TA Workshop, Washington University at St. Louis, Aug. 2013
Attended an extended training workshop focusing on gene annotation and sequence enhancement. Analyzed various genomic sequences, detected and interpreted genetic homologies, and gene annotation. Explored UNIX, Consed, and various browser-based annotation programs.
● Volunteered with DKMS, spreading awareness and introducing world issues such as stem cell research, and the process of donating bone marrow and peripheral blood stem cells.
● Volunteered with Grove School of Engineering at 2013 Spacefest, educating visitors on the GEP and various programs at CCNY.
● Volunteered as a judge for the shallow-water competition at the first annual greater New York SeaPerch challenge.
● Volunteered with high school health class, visiting daycare centers and elementary schools in Yonkers, NY to teach them about nutrition and diabetes.
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