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Research Assistant Clinical Molecular Biology/ Rhode Island Hospital
United States of America
I am an enthusiastic and hardworking research assistant with experience in assay and system development. I design molecular and genetic assays that the laboratory will use in molecular diagnostics and train the medical technologists on how to properly run the tests. I am seeking a position as a research assistant/technician in the field of HIV research. I have always been passionate about its research and treatment, particularly in developing countries. It is my dream to enter the fight against HIV/AIDS in hopes of finding a way to prevent, treat, or even cure this rapidly growing epidemic that affects so many worldwide. I hope to enter the field of HIV/AID research in the area of vaccine development. I am also interested in international medicine and the state of developing countries.
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, biochemistry concentration. Minor in Biology
HIV/AID Vaccine Development, Infectious Disease, and Tropical Medicine
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