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I am a Science instructor (Biology and Biostatistics) In terms of my educational background, I have advanced degrees in Bioinformatics,Bioengineering, and Biostatistics. Test Development: I have developed test questions in Biology, Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry for standardized tests including the DAT and MCAT. I have also written e-courses in Biology and Human Anatomy and Physiology.
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Research Associate I

Oct 2010 - May 2011 (7 months)

Dual position as a bioinformatician and wet-lab researcher. Bioinformatics o Developing programs for day to day tasks in Perl and R. o Automated handling and parsing of GenBank, PDB, GEO, and PubMed data. o Working as a curator of microarray data for storage in an online database () o Developing databases for microarray data storage o Visualization of array data for the EcoArray project as well as in-house experiments. Biology Work on the Escherichia coli

Graduate Teaching Assistant and Laboratory Instructor:

Aug 2009 - Aug 2010 (1 year)

MCB3020L - General Microbiology Lab; BSC1011L- Biodiversity Lab o Laboratory exercises to demonstrate general Microbiology techniques: microscopy, aseptic techniques, serology, PCR, DNA fingerprinting, bacterial transformation, virus enumeration, and biochemical testing. Responsibilities include teaching the lab protocol, assisting students with write-ups, and grading lab reports. LMS: webCT/Blackboard

Online Instructor

Oct 2008 - Jan 2012 (3 years)

Independent instruction of online courses in the School of Health Sciences.

Full-time Faculty; Adjunct Faculty

May 2008 - Aug 2009 (1 year)

MCB 2010 and MCB 2010L - Microbiology lecture and lab; BSC1005 and BSC1005L - General Biology lecture and lab; BSC1085 and BSC1085L - Human Anatomy & Physiology I lecture and lab o Independent instruction of undergraduate biology lecture and labs. LMS: webCT/Blackboard


MS Bioengineering

2008 - 2010 (2 years)

MS Biology (Bioinformatics)

2005 - 2007 (2 years)

BS Biological Science

1999 - 2004 (5 years)


Grantsmanship Training Program & Travel Award: "Leadership Development and Grant Writing Seminar Program for Graduate Students and Postdocs" (2010)

Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) and Professional Development Program


A bioengineering approach for rational vaccine design towards the Ebola Virus.

Mathematical Modeling of Ebola Virus Dynamics as a Step towards Rational Vaccine Design.


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