Morgaine Gilchrist Scott

  • Madison WI
Morgaine Gilchrist Scott

Master's Candidate in Library and Information Science

Overview

Accomplished research assistant with broad expertise in data management, library management, biology and immunology

Skills

Skills

Research

  • Familiar with STATA, SAS, and Matlab for statisticel analysis
  • Sbakyzed the statistical significance of HIV drug resistance mutations specific to western Africa

Teaching and Management

  • Lead a seminar on genetic sequence retrieval in Lagos, Nigeria
  • Authored IRB proposals
  • Planned and implemented large-scale events

Qualifications

  • Statistical analysis
  • PC trouble shooting
  • Fund-raising and grant writing
  • Database management
  • Web research and internet literacy
  • Financial management
  • Familiarity with many disciplines of the biological and social sciences

Work History

Work History
Oct 2014 - Present

Student Researcher

University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • Researching the social connections among social science librarians participating in the IASSIST conference 1983-2003
  • Compiling relationship data
  • Drawing meaningful conclusions from relationship data analysis
Sep 2014 - Present

Library Technology Group Student Worker

University of Wisconsin - Madison Libraries 
  • Supporting current library staff with computer-related issues in person and over the phone
  • Installing and testing hardware and software
  • Printer and book-scanner maintenance
Jul 2007 - Nov 2011

Research Assistant

Harvard School of Public Health
  • Genotyped HIV drug resistance mutations, taught genoyping techniques, directed the allocation of project funds for scientific supplies in Boston and Nigeria

  • Worked for President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

Education

Education
Sep 2002 - May 2006

Bachelor of Arts with Honors

Oberlin College

Graduated with honors in neuroscience