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CV, Experienced Scientist Seeking Work In Middle East

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 34735
(09/05/1987, female)
List top 5 skills: education, pharmaceutical, quality assurance, regulatory officer/assistant, research assistant, scientist
Short Bio:

A highly educated and experienced individual with extensive knowledge and understanding of scientific research encompassing supportive qualifications including MSc Drug Discovery and BSc (Hons) Pharmacology. Experience gained as a Research Assistant incorporating scientific skills and abilities including the planning and conducting of experiments, the collection and analysis of data and the subsequent conclusion of results prepared within reports and presentations.

Current location: 

London - View on map

Nationality: 

United Kingdom

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Pharmaceutical and Science, Manufacturing and Operations, education and training

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Arabia, Saudi, Dubai, kuwait, qatar, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom



Profile

A highly educated and experienced individual with extensive knowledge and understanding of scientific research encompassing supportive qualifications including MSc Drug Discovery and BSc (Hons) Pharmacology. Experience gained as a Research Assistant incorporating scientific skills and abilities including the planning and conducting of experiments, the collection and analysis of data and the subsequent conclusion of results prepared within reports and presentations. A loyal, dedicated and enthusiastic individual, with a wide spectrum of technical skills to apply to a research focused role and encourage use of knowledge surrounding pharmaceutical management and the process of drug development.

 

Areas Of Expertise

Teaching & Mentoring Line Management Academic Environments

Scientific, Technical & Numerical Project Management Clinical Trials

GLP/GMP/GCP

Problem Solving Ability Preparing Materials

Data Collection & Analysis Charity Leadership

Logical & Methodical

 

Key Achievements

• Developed business and commercial awareness following the attendance of a 3 day ‘Enterprise Boot Camp’ course at UCL

• Founder of the first ethnic society within UCL and acted as Treasurer, maintaining a budget of £250 per term and managed fundraising events, leading to an achievement of £10,000

• Founder of Worldwide Somali Students and Professions (WSSP) which aimed to enhance agriculture, medical supports and education within East Africa

• Worked self-employed as a Personal Tutor for the subjects of Mathematics and Science enabling potential for 12 to 16 year old students, developing worksheets, planning lessons, tailoring learning, creating activities, stretching learning and preparation for examinations

 

Career Summary

London Academy of Excellence
2014 to Present

Senior Laboratory Technician

• Prepare chemical reagents for practical work within the laboratory, in addition to handling and storing chemicals and other materials

• Conduct administrative tasks including the maintenance of notebooks, documenting procedures and preparing orders and invoices

• Prepare specimens and samples and ensure the laboratory is well stocked and resourced

• Perform mathematical calculations for the preparation of reagents, using advanced computer software

• Supervise students with their practical and grade the work

• Liaise with the science department in co-ordinating the curriculum

• Oversee students that are doing internships in the laboratory

 

IQRA Academy, London
2012 to 2014

Science Teacher (GCSE)

• Prepared and delivered lessons to a range of students of difference ages and levels of ability, marked work and gave appropriate feedback and maintained their personal records of progress and development

• Researched new topic areas, maintained up to date subject knowledge and devised and wrote supportive curriculum materials

• Selected and used a range of different learning resources and equipment for lessons to broaden learning perspectives in line with learning styles

• Prepared pupils for their GCSE examinations through lessons and one to one support, if required

• Managed behaviour within the classroom and extended environments and applied appropriate and effective measures when needed

• Communicated with parents and carers concerning pupil’s progress and participated in departmental meetings, parent’s evenings and whole school training events

• Liaised with other professionals including learning mentors, careers advisors, educational psychologists and education welfare officers

• Supervised and supported the work of teaching assistants, trainee teachers and newly qualified teachers

• Assisted to organise and participated in extracurricular activities including outings, social activities and sports events

• Underwent regular observations and participated in regular in-service training (INSET) as part of continuing professional development (CPD)

 

University College London School of Pharmacy
2011

Research Assistant

• Planned and conducted experiments and literature reviews in addition to the collection and analysis of data

• Ensured provision of access to all experimental data for the faculty researcher and the supervisor

• Attended project meetings and participated in area seminars and other meetings as required to collect and share information and research knowledge

• Responsible for summarising project results and the subsequent preparation of reports and presentations

• Employ the key techniques: sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS PAGE), immunoblotting, Maxi preparation of plasmid DNA, Chemical transformation of competent cells, Polymerase chain reaction, Restriction endonuclease digestion of plasmid DNA, Preparation of chemically competent cells, ELISA, Subculturing of HEK 293 cells and Generation of mammalian expression clones

 

Previous employment includes Marketing, Customer Sales Assistant, Sales Assistant and work experience within a Pharmacy.

 

Education,  Qualifications & Training

MSc Drug Discovery, University College London School of Pharmacy, 2011-2012

Modules: Pharmaceutical Management, The Process of Drug Development (Toxicology, NMR, HPLC, Mass Spectrometry, Molecular Basis of Disease, Assay and HTS, Retrosynthesis, Drug Physiochemical Properties ADME), Modern Aspects of Drug Discovery (Antibiotic Development, GPCR Drug Targets, Enzyme Drug Targets, Protein-Protein Interactions, Protein Therapeutic Agents, Membrane Protein Targets And Biopharmaceuticals), Drug Targets in the Central Nervous System (CNS)

Thesis: To explore the association of amyloid precursor protein with N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors (NMDARs)

Supervisor: Professor F. Anne Stephenson

Key techniques employed: Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (SDS PAGE) and Immunoblotting

 

BSc (Hons) Pharmacology, University College London (UCL), 2008-2011

Third Year Modules: Neurpharmacology, Immunopharmacology, Molecular Pharmacology, Drug Design and Development

Thesis: Trigeminal neuralgia – Professor Anthony Dickenson

 

Additional Information

Interests Football, netball, basketball, cooking, travelling and learning new languages including French and Arabic

 

References

Available on request