Basic Lab Assistant Resume
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Charlene U. Grad
P.O. Box 1090, Buies Creek, NC 27506
(910) 893-1965 email@example.com
2001 - Present Campbell University School of Pharmacy, Buies Creek, NC
B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences Anticipated May, 2005
Professional Training and Experience Summary
Laboratory Skills: One year experience in aseptic techniques including isolation, identification and culture of bacteria and
yeast. Six months experience in analytical techniques including chromatography (TLC, GC, HPLC), spectroscopy (atomic
absorption, UV, VIS, liquid scintillation, fluorimetry) and gel electrophoresis. Experience gained in USP methodology and
instrument validation. Six months experience in molecular techniques including plasmid isolation, PCR, Southern, Northern,
and Western blots, and protein purification.
Communication Skills: Two years experience as team member in laboratory environment (rotated as team leader). Six
months’ experience in technical writing including report preparation, SOP generation, and record keeping. Two years experience
in oral presentation techniques including small and large group seminar presentation.
Computer Skills: Technical competence gained in MS Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, SAS JMP, the Internet, and
information retrieval programs.
2004 - Present Research Associate (Campbell University School of Pharmacy, Buies Creek, NC)
Measured drug concentrations in a variety of pharmaceutical preparations to determine shelf-life and expiration
date. Data was generated, analyzed, and reported to clientele who used the information to support submissions
to the FDA.
2004 - Present Teaching Assistant/Laboratory Instructor (Campbell University School of Pharmacy, Buies Creek, NC)
Served as a teaching assistant and laboratory instructor for junior level undergraduate students in the
Pharmaceutical Sciences program (Molecular Biology and Analytical Instrumentation). Aided with
development of laboratory exercises, made stock solutions, maintained lab instruments, graded quizzes and lab
reports, and helped tutor students in biochemical principles. Supervised students in UV, HPLC, IR, and USP
labs, performed routine maintenance and troubleshooting on instruments.
2003 - 2004 Pharmacy Technician (Pharm Care Inc., Buies Creek, NC)
Performed data entry, filled prescriptions, counseled patients, prepared IV fluids, filed insurance claims,
audited controlled substance logs, maintained inventory, and prepared vendor orders.
October, 2003 Cyclophosphamide and Methotrexate in Treatment of Psoriasis (Literature Presentation)
March, 2004 Clean Room Technology and the Principles of HVAC (Literature Presentation)
August, 2004 Effect of Storage Conditions and Container Type on Shelf-Life (Research Presentation)
Professional Associations (Campbell University Chapters)
International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
Student National Pharmaceutical Association American Society for Quality
Honors, Awards, and Offices Held
2001 - Present Dean’s List, Presidential Scholar, Phi Lambda Sigma Honor Society
2004 - Present Secretary, BSPS Class of 2005
Relevant Course Work
Analytical Instrumentation I Pharmaceutical Utility Systems Industrial Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Methods and Bioprocessing Scientific and Technical Writing Literature Seminars
Process and Product Validation Quantitative Laboratory Techniques Biostatistics
References Available Upon Request
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