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  • San Francisco , CA
  • 661-319-6380

Work History

Feb 2015April 2016

Documentation Specialist

  • Created highly detailed medical notes for health care providers and their patients using cutting edge wearable audio/visual technology in 5 minutes or less per patient. 
  • Maintained 400+ patient records per month within the electronic medical record (EMR) system, mainly Allscripts. 
  • Quickly became proficient in medical terminology and scribing techniques to document history of present illness, review of systems, physical exam, assessment and plan for various health care providers according to their unique preferences. 
  • Acquired specific clinical and therapeutic knowledge necessary to formulate a patient's assessment and plan without dictation.
  • Trained and mentored new scribe employees to become proficient with scribing using various provider preferences, including teaching critical thinking to draft assessments and plans in a fast paced start-up environment.
Sep 2014Feb 2015

Front of the House

Wolfgang Puck Catering 
  • Provided excellent customer service in a fast paced environment.  
Jul 2013Sep 2014


Sep 2007Jul 2013

Research Specialist

Dr. Chris Vulpe Ecotoxicology Laboratory, UC Berkeley
  • Co-managed a multi-room academic laboratory including BSL-2 safety management, equipment servicing,  cell line and mouse colony maintenance, routine supply ordering and served as an escalation point for any pertinent issues including conflict resolution with co-workers.
  • Provided routine bioharzardous and toxic waste removal communications including regulatory documentation between Environmental Health and Safety and the Vulpe Laboratory..
  • Collaborated in large international teams via a NanoGO Round Robin to assess cytotoxicity of nanomaterials which included assistance in successful design, implementation, management and revision of project plans. 
  • Developed a High Content Screening (HCS) approach with fish cell lines sans antibiotics as a novel approach to the EPA ToxCAST chemical screening project for cell line validation.
Jan 2007Aug 2007

Biological Science Aid

United States Department of Agriculture, Albany, CA
  • Helped investigate bacterial biofilm formation on produce with BSL-2 Listeria monocytogenes  and Escherichia coli  which was found to be a primary cause of foodborne illness outbreaks. 
Sep 2004Oct 2006

Personal Care Attendant