- Laboratory inventory management/Supply management/ Procurement, vendor communications
- People management, including consulting, professional training and supervision
- Laboratory safety management
- Document control
- Actively involved and was one of the organizers of the UVa Postdoctoral Association
- Served in the Organizing Committee for the 1st UVa Postdoctoral Research Symposium, 2013
Service and professional activities:
- Member of Endocrine Society, Women in Endocrinology
- Judge for poster session in Biological Sciences for Huskey Graduate Student Research Exhibition, UVa, 2012 and 2011
- Helped improve UVa Health Sciences Library website
PhD in biological sciences with more than 4 years of experience in cancer research field
Strong analytical abilities applied to experimental design, data analysis, and troubleshooting
Expert in a variety of biochemistry, molecular and cell biology techniques (see sidebar for some of the techniques) Ability to innovate and optimize techniques
Effective in communication of scientific content to a variety of audiences as reflected by a number of oral and written presentations as well as publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=koryakina+y
Lead projects from conception to completion working independently as well as served as an integral member of team in collaborative projects
Ability to successfully meet scientific challenges and execute diverse scientific projects both individually and within teams
Self-directed, meeting deadlines
Positive can-do-attitude and enthusiastic team player
Excellent time management and multitasking skills
Excellent data and record keeping skills
University of Virginia
Sep 2003 - Feb 2009
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Native beta2-AR (green) along with tissue-specific markers (red) in airway epithelial and smooth muscle cells by wide-field microscopy. Figure 4 from Koryakina et al., Resp Res, 2008.
Flow cytometry technique was used to determine decrease in receptor numbers as reflected by a decrease in fluorescence intensity. Supplemental figure 1 from Koryakina et al., Cell Biol Int, 2012.
This is Figure 7 from Koryakina et al., Cell Biol Int, 2012.
This is the 1st slide from my PhD defense :).