生物产品研发英文简历模板(突出研发技能)

Donald Jobs
No.67, Lane123, Job Road, Job District, Shanghai, China, 200070
(+86) 138-0013-8000
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EDUCATION
PhD University of Nottingham
2010-2014
BA (Hons) Degree Oxford University
2006-2009
Pure & Applied Biology, Class 2 (i)
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Postdoctoral Research Scientist,  
2010-2013
Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford
Senior post-doctoral scientist investigating genes regulating differentiation, development and photosynthesis in flower development.
Cloning and functional characterisation of novel genes regulating flower development
Analysis of gene and protein expression during development in mutant and wild-type plants
Identification and assessment of novel protein function through biochemical methods
Achievements: 
Fulfilment of research objectives within grant timelines
Publishing of scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals to support the research programme
Regular attendance and presenting of results at national and international meetings to publicise and promote the research
PhD University of Nottingham
2010-2013
Utilising molecular and biochemical techniques to investigate the role of pectin esterase isoenzymes, active in cell wall-degradation, during tomato fruit ripening and softening.
Characterisation of wild-type, mutant and transgenic plants, to assess gene function
Identification and patenting of a gene involved in tomato fruit-softening
Gaining expertise in a broad range of molecular and biochemical techniques
A SERC CASE award in collaboration with ZENECA Plant Science
Awarded Mabel Pannel Postgraduate Scholarship (1989) for outstanding progress in research
Key Research Skills
Gene cloning and characterisation e.g. generation of gene libraries, screening, and sequencing of genes
Analysis of gene expression e.g. microarray generation and analysis, southern northern blots in situ hybridisation
Use of bioinformatics packages to assist in identification of putative gene function for novel genes e.g. transcription factors
Assessment of protein function using biochemical methods e.g. hybrid systems, enzyme assays
Generation and analysis of transgenic plants e.g. via ELISA, western blot 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Delivering practical and tutorial sessions for courses in Molecular Biology and Developmental Biology at Oxford University (2008-2011) and Nottingham University (2004-2008) for groups of up to 30 students, 1-3 h at a time, requiring prior-assessment of curriculum, development of suitable resources in collaboration with other presenters, organisation and delivery of sessions and course work marking
Demonstrating at Open University Summer School (Level 2 course, Plant Physiology, 2013) –assisting with the delivery of this pre-designed practical course, helping students to run their experiments and analyse the results
Training junior lab members in practical techniques to ensure competence and personal safety (Oxford University, 2010-2013
AWARDS
NERC PhD Studentship Award (3yr Funding Grant).
Nuffield Foundation Undergraduate Studentship Award (£5000).
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