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Mar 2010Present

Senior Research Technician

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Jul 2009Oct 2009

Pharmacy Technician

Kala Pharmacy
  • Receive and process written prescriptions or refill requests.
  • Consult with customers, physicians, and other medical personnel to verify information and disburse appropriate medications.
  • Respond to customer inquiries and provide detailed information on medical compounds.
  • Establish and update patient profiles and record medications prescribed.
  • Order, label, and stock medications, chemicals, and supplies.
  • Account for product inventory and maintain business records.
Jan 2009May 2009

Graduate Assistant

  • Conducted troubleshooting and serviced/maintained computer systems and peripheral devices.
  • Trained end users on computer software and hardware usage.
  • Communicated clear and concise solutions to assist students in computer usage.
Oct 2006Aug 2007

Production and Quality Control Trainee

Secure Health Care
  • Supported coordination of production, processing, and distribution functions.
  • Reviewed processing schedules and orders and determined optimum inventory levels.
  • Performed computer data entry, recorded production data, and volume produced consumption of raw materials.
  • Tracked and monitored product quality and ensured compliance with standards and specifications.




Long Island University

Bachelor of Pharmacy

The Tamilnadu Dr. MGR Medical University


Research and Publication
“Evaluation of Mast Cells Stabilization Activity of Herb Coleus Aromaticus Benth”, submission of the dissertation at The Tamilnadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University. Prepared review article entitled “Alzheimer’s and Inflammation” under the guidance of Dr. Kenza Benzoural. Prepared project-related reports, manuscripts, and presentations. Processed animal collection of tissues and performed analysis. Prepared tables, graphs, fact sheets, and written reports summarizing research results. Conducted internet based and library research and presented findings to various groups.  


Clinical and/or Pharmaceutical Research Associate


Target: Clinical and/or Pharmaceutical Research Associate Dual-degreed with a MS in Pharmacology/Toxicology and BS in Pharmacy. Acquired valuable experience in the research field and performed various experiments involving pharmaceutical techniques, drug extraction, qualitative and quantitative analysis, muscle physiology, drug pharmacology, organ chamber studies, and chromatographic techniques, as well as PAGE, PCR, RT-PCR, ELISA, Western Blot, and DNA preparation. Solid understanding of GCP, SOP, IRB submission, protocol design, and patient recruiting. Impressive scientific, clinical, and medical knowledge. Well-versed in laboratory operations, equipment utilization, technical documentations, and reporting. Keen interest in Immunology, Virology, and Oncology.


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