Data Entry, Processing, Analysis | Graphic Artist | Illustrator | Photographer | Researcher | Tech S
I am a Filipino with degree in B.S. Biology. I was Vice-President of the Biology Society in the University of Santo Tomas. I perform well in both academic and non-academic fields. I took up Medicine but I'm currently on leave as I would like to earn some work experience. I am fluent in both oral and written English. I have worked at an american megabank for a year. I have illustrated multiple biological specimens for several research studies. I am smart, young, enthusiastic, and highly efficient. I am eager to utilize my skills to produce top-quality work. Areas of expertise would include graphic design and illustrations (e.g. banners, logos, t-shirts, posters), photography, photo-editing, scientific research, data analysis, data entry, academic writing, proofreading, editing, and administrative duties.
Currently growing edible gourmet mushrooms as a hobby. Mushrooms species would include oyster mushrooms (white, grey, pink, yellow), milky mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms and wood ear mushrooms.
Freelance Biological Illustrationist
Philippine National Museum - Herpetology Department
Aug 2013 - Oct 2014 (1 year, 2 months)
Produced multiple, accurate, and large-scale illustrations of unknown frog species collected from several Philippine rainforest which were then sent to Germany for identification and publication.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Jul 2013 - Jul 2014 (1 year)
Serviced internal and external clients via inbound and outbound calls, fax and emails on credit cards, auto and home financing, treasury and products services. Assumed accountability for client satisfaction through superior customer service, product knowledge and assurance of timely and accurate follow-ups.
University of the East, Philippines 2012 - 2013
University of Santo Tomas, Philippines 2008 - 2012
JPMorgan Chase and Co.
Activated the most number of credit card features in a month.
Catechol-O-Methyltransferase (COMT) Polymorphism and Academic Achievement: I. COMT Genotype of Selected Senior High School Students in Manila, Philippines
UST College of Science
The study aims to determine the association between Catechol-O-Methyltransferase Polymorphism and the academic performance of sample fourth-year high school students through their final grades and National Career Assessment Examination Scores.