I graduated from the University of Houston with a BS in biotechnology in 2014. After working for a little while, I went back to school at Texas A&M and received my MS in biotechnology in 2016. I am proficient in anything from basic cell biology to more specialized subjects such as bioinformatics or technical writing.
During undergrad, I tutored my fellow students in C++ and bioinformatics courses. These classes have difficult concepts to grasp, but I was able to help them succeed. In graduate school, I helped other students with protein structures for another bioinformatics course.
Texas A&M University – Dwight Look College of Engineering December 2016
Master of Science in Biotechnology Self-funded
University of Houston - College of Technology May 2014
Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology Partially funded through scholarships
DAVA Oncology, CRO Services January 2016 – September 2017
Quality assurance and management of eTMFs for 8 clinical trials of all phases and with multiple sites
Obtained EDC certification from IBM Clinical Development—Basic and Inventory/Dispense
Wrote SOPs for EDC designer training and eTMF management
Performed UAT two clinical trials’ EDC systems (Phase I/II, Phase III)
Designed the EDC system for a Phase I/II trial while implementing CDASH standards into trial design
Designed and conducted training for international site on trial management file maintenance (Germany, Phase III)
Attended remote site initiation visits for new trials
Designed and implemented eTMF/document collection plan for trials
Trained four users on eTMF management and oversaw their projects
Management and reconciliation of TMFs for 8 clinical trials in accordance with the DIA Reference Model and ICH guidelines
Created spreadsheets that reported on the status of each trial's TMF-- was able to streamline generation of reports on how complete and up-to-date each TMF was
Generated reports for monitors requesting documents missing from TMFs for each trial
Processed, performed quality review, and accepted/rejected documents submitted for entry into TMF
Began creating a document collection plan for compassionate use
Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge May 2016 – August 2016
Natural Resource Intern Unpaid
Performed iNaturalist species identification and documentation
Managed land and trails on a daily basis using hand tools and heavy equipment
Performed and aided with alligator and prairie dog population surveys, dove-tracking and banding, bison herd behavioral studies, anuran population studies, and feral hog-trapping
Lonza Viral Therapeutics, Houston, Texas Jun. 2014 – Nov. 2014
Quality Control Analyst
Performed routine environmental monitoring of cleanrooms
Databased all environmental monitoring data within the MODA system
Performed quality control assays to ensure quality in outgoing products
Glycos Biotechnologies, Inc., Houston, Texas May 2013 – Jun. 2014
Molecular and Solutions Departments Intern
Aided six research scientists in projects using molecular, fermentation, and wet lab techniques—primarily performed PCR, phage transduction, and ran fermentations
Ensured lab was well-stocked with all materials needed—prepared media, cleaned glassware, performed general laboratory maintenance, and ordered supplies daily
Ensured quality of all materials being used in the laboratory by following written QA/QC protocols
Wrote SOPs for and trained three newly-hired interns
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