Steve Wynne

Steve Wynne

Executive Profile

Analytical, goal-oriented professional with solid history of academic leadership in biomedical research, publication, and presentation at top-tier academic institutions including Harvard Medical School, UCLA, and Tufts University School of Medicine. Experienced in contributing to NIH funded research programs and cancer research studies. Recognized as a collaborator with exemplary work ethic and track record of meeting rigorous standards in highly regulated environments. Possess keen interest in healthcare.

Objective

I bring to your organization a proven history of dedicated involvement and academic expertise in the humanities and sciences.I am an analytical, versatile, logical, and diplomatic professional with the ability to champion corporate goals, lead teams of industry experts, and provide consultative guidance to the medical and scientific community.

Sample highlights include:

·Over 17 years in such top tier academic institutions as HarvardMedicalSchool, Tufts University School of Medicine, and UCLA, pursuing studies in medicine and computer science. I have leveraged my intellectual curiosity and intelligence to contribute to NIH funded research, scientific publications, and seminar presentations, and have earned a strong reputation for my expertise and insights.

·Strong analytical skills combined with a commitment to excellence, I have been recognized for meeting the rigorous standards present in highly regulated and controlled research environments.

·Obtained an ICH-GCP certificate in Biopharmaceutical Marketing & Management.Ascertained six months of experience in pre-clinical studies of drug and product candidates, project and budget planning and FDA regulatory guidelines.

·Santa Ana Science News Examiner freelance writer for online health publications.

 I would like to meet with you to discuss in greater detail the valuable contributions I will make at your organization. My pragmatic approach and scientific expertise, combined with a disciplined application of research principles and methods, work exceptionally well in investment banking analysis and today’s business arena.

Work History

Work History

May 2010 - Present

Santa Ana Science News Examiner

Examiner.com

Freelance writer on the topic of health and have published online articles.

Notable Accomplishments:

wOnline health and science publications ²2010.

Jan 2010 - Mar 2010

Clinical Marketing Manager

Kriger Research Group International

Biopharmaceutical Marketing & Management Program:

Ascertained six months of experience in pre-clinical studies of drug and product candidates, project and budget planning, FDA guidelines and written informed consent.

Notable Accomplishment:

wCompleted online didactics and obtained ICH-GCP certificate ²2010.

Nov 1987 - Mar 1988

Research Laboratory Supervisor

Harvard Medical School

Worked with principal investigator to manage laboratory research functions for and perform in vitro and in vivo experiments funded by NIH grant. Consulted with interdepartmental investigators to implement experimental strategies. Provided oversight and leadership for resident physician and research technologist. Acquired scientific equipment and maintained laboratory environment.

Notable Accomplishments:

wContributed to publication that predicted selective method of killing cancer cells by writing materials, methods, techniques, and references sections of a supporting experiment. Publication and research results were presented by principal investigator at conference meeting.

wConducted research for the selective labeling of subpopulations of both normal and cancer cells within a tumor through glutathione concentration variations.

Sep 1983 - Jan 1984

Teaching Assistant

Trained fellow medical students in laboratory section of medical histology course. Presented review session to first year class.

Notable Accomplishment:

wAwarded exemption status and consultant qualification for approximately 30 physicians in training by successfully passing examination.

Sep 1982 - Jun 1983

Assistant Faculty/Teaching Assistant

Assisted in instructing approximately 20 students in physiology laboratory course by writing and grading quizzes.

Notable Accomplishment:

wContributed to NIH funded research and resultant publication by working with principal investigator to provide supporting evidence for one of three theories for etiology of dermatological disease, vitiligo, correlated with premature pigment cell death and its possible link to cancer.

Education

Education
Sep 1980 - Aug 1987

M.S.

California State University, Los Angeles

Thesis:“A histological, ultrastructural and cytochemical analysis of the regenerating feather pigment bands in the Barred Plymouth Rock Fowl.”

Sep 1974 - Jun 1978

B.A.

Occidental College

Skills

Skills

SPSS

Microsoft Office