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  • Hello

    I'm Diamond McGehee

    Ph.D. Applied Bioscience at looking for my niche in the industry

    business Cannabis

    Education UA Little Rock, UA Little Rock, Henderson State University

    Expected Salary: Negotiable

    • Age 29
    • Address location_on Arkansas, USA
    • E-mail Show Email
    • I have a variety of hard skills, such as:
      Plant cell cultivation with and without nanomaterials
      Chemical extraction
      Chemical analysis- HPLC, LCMS, spectrophotometry
      Metabolomic data analysis
      Cancer cell culture
      My soft skills include:
      Microsoft Office
      Educating/mentoring others
      Managing projects- deadlines, budgets, delegation, reports
      Content creation and editing

    • I minored in Chemistry and Psychology.
    • Lab Technician
      business PPG

      Here, I learned analysis techniques geared toward protective coatings. I assisted with the transition from an older system to SAP, which included immigrating and confirming the validity of existing coating formulas. Also, I developed spreadsheets and other reports to improve the workflow through the research and development department. This experience was valuable in that it gave me more industrial lab experience and exposed me to some cost-saving methods that would be beneficial in many situations. It also gave me experience working with a small team that cooperated with a global company to produce a quality product.

    • Graduate Assistant
      business UA Little Rock

      This position taught me how to collaborate with others to get people the resources they need to succeed. In this instance, it was in Pre-Core Math. It also developed my leadership and teaching skills as I led students to meet deadlines and found areas of knowledge where they were weak. I learned to give and receive constructive criticism so that department administrators, students, and myself could work and succeed as a team.

    • Arkansas Space Grant Consortium Student Fellow
      business UA Little Rock

      This generous fellowship from the Arkansas Space Grant Consortium allowed me the financial security to focus on my research. I was also invited to present at the annual conference associated with the Arkansas Space Grant Consortium and the National Directors' Meeting in Washington, D.C.

    • Teaching Assistant
      business UA Little Rock

      This position gave me experience leading and teaching others, working with and maintaining lab equipment, writing and grading exams, and reporting lab results to my supervising professor. This position also aided the development of my leadership, communication, and training skills as I taught students to use lab equipment safely, work with their peers in team projects, and work through their educational material in a timely manner. Additionally, because I wrote exams and created presentations, I received experience with content creating and editing, making sure that students receive quality educational resources that service myriad learning types and abilities.

      • Microsoft Office
      • Plant cell culture
      • LCMS
      • HPLC
      • Cancer cell culture
      • chemical analysis
      • metabolomics
      • leadership
      • education
      • mentoring
      • management
    • Date of Birth Mar 28 1990
      Gender Female
      Marital Status Married
      Email Show Email
    • English
      Proficiency Native or Bilingual

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