100 Lincoln Square ~ Washington, DC
Home: 202-555-1212 ~ Work: 202-555-1213,
Dedicated, multilingual Graduate Candidate seeking admission to
medical school for future work in international relief and
assistance, a passion partly realized through volunteer efforts.
Background includes extensive laboratory skills, research, data
collection, and publication of findings. Currently enrolled in a
pre-med program; knowledgeable of life-saving techniques as a
First Aid/CPR instructor. Linguistic capabilities include
fluency in English, Japanese, and Thai. Well traveled with prior
work and academic experience in Greece, Thailand, Japan, British
Virgin Islands, Grenada, and Spain.
EDUCATION & HONORS
COLUMBIA COLLEGE, Washington, DC
Post-baccalaureate Program in Pre-Med, Current
~ GPA: 3.9 / 4.0
VIRGINIA COLLEGE, Richmond, Virginia
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, 1997
~ National Advanced Placement Exam Scholar, 1997
OPTICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION, Washington, DC 2000-Present
Laboratory Manager / Technician & Co-investigator
Perform electroencephalographic analysis
of visual cortex on five-year-old patients to collect data.
Direct laboratory activities, including
research and nonprofit management; maintain complex computer
system and research equipment.
Research and publish finding on visual
Supervise an accountant and secretary.
Trained at Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research
Institute on Motion Symmetry VisualEvoked Potential Analysis
(MSVEP analysis) equipment.
Co-published "Stereopsis Incidence After
Botulinum Toxin A Treatment of Infantile Esotropia,"
AARVO,(with Tilley, R.; Ralson,S.; and Wagner, T.).
Assumed responsibility for completing two
electronics course on equipment maintenance.
Constructed the laboratory (a complex,
highly-controlled visual environment for subject testing)
including assembling state-of-the-art custom-designed
computer-driven EEG analysis equipment and performing
customized scientific-grade (low-noise) electrical wiring in
VIRGINIA OPTICAL CENTER, Richmond, Virginia
Director of Electrophysiology