- Anywhere, United States of America
- August 3, 2016
My academic background heavy in biology, chemistry, and engineering reveals a high aptitude for learning the scientific processes behind brewing beer. What I currently lack in formal experience I will make up for wholeheartedly in my work ethic and my unparalleled desire to learn about brewing and the beer industry. I am currently seeking an employer that is willing to train an entry-level employee, and in the meantime I have been both homebrewing and studying the microbiology and chemistry behind the brewing process.
Senior Design; Microbiology; Organic Chemistry; Transport in Biological Systems; Thermodynamics and Kinetics; Statistics for Engineers; Genetics
Create service reports, customer repair estimates, and invoices using QuickBooks. Oversee operations of service technicians; manage ordering, shipping, and receiving of service parts.
Reordered inventory as needed, communicated with distributors, stayed up-to-date on product knowledge. Launched weekly group bike rides to build relationships with customers and within the local community.
Explored the effects of protein on cellulose nanoparticle morphology by creating nanocomposites. Expressed and purified protein using nickel affinity and size exclusion chromatography. Observed and analyzed birefringence using polarizing light microscopy. Wrote mock journal article based on research, created and presented poster and powerpoint presentation to peers and faculty.
Used newly developed metagenomic approaches, such as DNA microarray sequencing technologies, to study and test viral pathogens and bacterial cultures in the human intestine. NCI Spring Research Festival winner, Student Division, Infectious Pathogens, 2010.