Top Doctoral Fellow Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Doctoral Fellow. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Doctoral Fellow resumes they appeared on. For example, 17.0% of Doctoral Fellow resumes contained Cell Culture as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Doctoral Fellow actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Doctoral Fellow resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Cell Culture

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Here's how Cell Culture is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Designed and carried out experiments including cell culture experiments.
  • Performed glaucoma research using cell culture and animal model systems
  • Awarded an NIH NRSA Postdoctoral Fellowship to study skeletal muscle regeneration using conditional knockout mouse and primary cell culture models.
  • Project / Responsibilities: Molecular mapping of BRCA1 and PR; cell culture, data presentation, guiding summer students.
  • Investigate the function of YAP/TAZ in injury repair using a novel 3-D cell culture model.
  • Performed primary cell culture and cell maintenance, along with storage and handling of cells.
  • Coordinated and directed a team for scaled-up virus production in animals and cell culture.
  • Trained graduate students and research assistants in various cell culture and molecular biology techniques.
  • Cultured and maintained mammalian cell lines and primary cell cultures.
  • Experienced in cell culture, including mammalian systems.
  • Performed various cell culture techniques and biochemical assays.
  • Tested lead compound in cell culture.
  • Mouse Embryonic stem cell culture.
  • Perform basic research including animal experimentation, molecular biology, biochemistry and cell cultures.
  • Research projects included mammalian cell culture for human cancer-prone genetic disease.
  • Consulted post docs regarding cell culture contamination with bacteria / mycoplasma.
  • Developed protocols to generate primary human stem cell cultures from spermatogonia
  • Monitored cell cultures, tissue enzymatic dissociations.
  • Defined the oncogenic characteristics and tumor suppression of Sipa1L1 using cell culture, knockout mice (KO) and patient samples.
  • Maintain P. falciparum in red blood cell culture, and assess invasion and growth rates with immune serum samples from Africa.

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2. Protein

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Here's how Protein is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Conceptualized innovative approaches for applying live cell fluorescence microscopy in protein and lipid trafficking in cellular signaling processes.
  • Developed and demonstrated a novel method for tethering G protein coupled receptors to a surface for biophysical characterization.
  • Constructed a cloning vector that can effectively tag Histidine-Biotin-Histidine (HBH) on Salmonella proteins.
  • Performed functional analysis of proteins identified by from Multidimensional Protein Identification Technology tandem MSE.
  • Identified SOCS-1 and -3 proteins as key inhibitors of interferon-alpha signaling/Elucidated their mechanisms of action
  • Collaborated with graduate and postdoctoral students to purify, crystallize and characterize proteins.
  • Conducted genetic selection and genetic screens to isolate three gain-of-function mutant proteins.
  • Established solubility and stability conditions for proteins for structural and functional studies.
  • Furthered structural characterization of protein complexes relevant to cancer prevention and chemotherapy
  • Performed biochemical assays to characterize E1 proteins and identify lead compounds.
  • Utilized the protein isolation, purification and characterization experience exhaustively.
  • Developed strong skills in protein purification and enzymatic activity assays.
  • Identify and functionally analyze a novel SH3-protein in muscle development
  • Developed integrative tools for protein structure prediction and recognition.
  • Performed target protein identification with affinity probes.
  • Investigated protein-protein and protein-RNA interactions.
  • Examined a protein involved in Leukemia
  • Optimized sample preparation, click chemistry and activity-based protein probe (ABPP) labeling, isolation and enrichment of labeled proteins.
  • Determine the effect of alcohol consumption on NK cell proliferation by studying IL-2 receptor signaling and the expression of cell cycle proteins
  • Initiated and led a cross-functional collaboration with experts in computational modeling to screen >300,000 possible models of protein interactions.

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3. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Developed a collaboration with an experimental biology lab, leading to publication, while teaching courses in the mathematics department
  • Conducted extensive molecular and cellular biology research pertaining to hematology and oncology, which resulted in scientific publications.
  • Developed detailed and key scientific concepts for studying medically relevant diseases at the biochemical and molecular biology level.
  • Provided training and supervised graduate students and research assistants in basic and applied molecular biology.
  • Trained and supervised junior research assistant in a variety of chemistry and molecular biology techniques.
  • Supervised graduate and undergraduate students to run experiments in bacterial fermentation and molecular biology.
  • Instructed undergraduate in molecular and developmental biology techniques in which he became proficient.
  • Experienced in Cell and Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Protein Biochemistry techniques.
  • Conducted independent research using molecular biology, cell biology and biochemistry methods.
  • Devised innovative optimization techniques to quickly crystallize tough structural biology targets.
  • Served as Postdoctoral Representative for Vanderbilt University Program in Developmental Biology.
  • Mentored multiple undergraduate students in basic cellular and molecular biology techniques.
  • Contributed cell and molecular biology expertise to multiple early discovery projects.
  • Used biochemistry and molecular biology to characterize nucleic acid enzymes.
  • Reviewed manuscripts for Applied and Environmental Microbiology and Molecular Microbiology.
  • Attended seminars in cancer biology, genetics and cancer epidemiology.
  • Ordered and managed radioactive materials for molecular biology assay.
  • Published papers in Genetics and Molecular Cell Biology Journals.
  • Developed undergraduate experiential laboratory course in prion biology.
  • Spearheaded research collaboration with Biology Department at CSHL.

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4. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Group: Co-lead weekly group therapy sessions regarding Motivational Interviewing for substance abuse treatment.

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5. Research Projects

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Here's how Research Projects is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Lead several research projects to develop novel vaccine platforms and technologies to induce protective immunity specific to influenza virus.
  • Mentored minority high school students to successfully complete intensive summer research projects in NIH funded experiential learning programs.
  • Execute research projects including development of procedures, conducting experiments, documentation of findings and interpreting results.
  • Consulted on clinical research projects and administered clinical assessments for research studies of dyslexia and autism.
  • Mentored undergraduate students/middle-high school teachers to guide them perform research projects in solar technology.
  • Created and directed research projects to reveal reliability and uncertainty of theoretical methods.
  • Promoted new ideas for future research projects, investigated through further experimentation.
  • Supervised ethnographic research projects on globalization, bazaar traders and ethnic identity.
  • Mentored and trained undergraduate and junior graduate students on independent research projects.
  • Facilitated complex research projects involving test/problem solving and critical data bases.
  • Coordinated and managed multifaceted research projects resulting in several high-impact publications.
  • Trained and supervised personnel as part of collaborative research projects.
  • Designed, directed and conducted graduate-level and professional research projects.
  • Analyzed data from research projects using qualitative and quantitative methods.
  • Managed multiple research projects and supervised/mentored graduate and undergraduate students.
  • Planned and performed experimental research projects in biochemistry and pharmacology.
  • Mentored and supervised research projects of undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Served as principal investigator and consultant on research projects.
  • Secured numerous government grants to support leading-edge research projects.
  • Supervised and trained undergraduate students conducting research projects.

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6. Synthesis

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Here's how Synthesis is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Conducted custom synthesis of organic molecules, key intermediates and building blocks for medicinal chemistry applications.
  • Developed a strategy for using homologous recombination to knock out genes related cellulose synthesis.
  • Established and managed wet synthesis laboratory and inventoried lab chemicals and supplies.
  • Developed compound synthesis that was transferred to pharmaceutical company for development.
  • Process development, Asymmetric catalysis and Synthesis of biologically active organic compounds
  • Designed and executed the synthesis of novel vertex-differentiated closo-B122- cage.
  • Trained technician and graduate student in characterization and synthesis techniques.
  • Formulated Si-based organic precursors for the synthesis of SiC/C composites.
  • Design and synthesis of metal-organic framework materials for catalysis study.
  • Developed effective and convenient end-capping techniques in polymer synthesis.
  • Established and managed a Nucleic Acid Synthesis Laboratory.
  • Established Cubist small molecule parallel synthesis program.
  • Transition metal catalysis and asymmetric synthesis
  • Research focused on synthesis of new analogs for the testing of VIF protein, Ebola virus and Cancer.
  • Metal catalyzed aromatic coupling reactions (Pd and Cu chemistry) for ODF monomer synthesis.
  • Design and synthesis of catalyst for new important reactions;Lecture to general chemistry
  • Research: Synthesis and applications of polymeric materials for fuel cell membranes.
  • Studied new methods and reactions for synthesis of compounds with anti-cancer properties.
  • Design and assemble reaction set up for polyester synthesis.
  • Research Fellow at the Organic Synthesis Core Facility.

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7. DNA

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Here's how DNA is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Investigated molecular mechanisms of DNA-remodeling enzymes by electron microscopy, small-angle X-ray scattering, X-ray crystallography and biochemical analysis.
  • Developed purification and manipulation protocols for genome sized DNA to facilitate cross-species transplantation of genomes.
  • Studied protein-DNA/protein-protein interactions that regulate human DNA replication initiation and timing.
  • Developed synthesis, purification, and characterization methods of DNA-hosted AuNCs.
  • Demonstrated altered affinity and enzyme kinetics on various DNA substrates.
  • Coordinate projects related to chromosomal imbalances and DNA breakpoints identification.
  • Examined 32P-labelled protein-DNA interactions by gel mobility shift assays.
  • Assay development, DNA sequencing technology development.
  • Non-labeled and fluorescence labeled DNA synthesis.
  • Designed biochemical, fluorescence and single-molecule FRET assays for studying protein displacement from the DNA and changes in conformation of DNA.
  • Conducted yeast whole-genome screens and identified the key proteins and pathways required for the repair of protein-linked DNA double strand breaks.
  • Utilized DNA tumor virus Simian Virus 40 as a model system to study cell transformation, growth control and DNA replication.
  • Develop bacteria diversity of biological system using genetic method such as DNA sequencing, PCR, DGGE, and RFLP.
  • Tested H5N1 influenza protection in mice vaccinated against NA of seasonal H1N1 virus (DNA vaccine).
  • Worked extensively with DNA synthesizer, HPLC, GPC, TEM, SEM, and fluorescence spectroscopy.
  • Characterized co-occupancy of DNA by GATA-1 and SCL complex over a mouse chromosome 7 using ChIP-on-chip.
  • Established the structural basis of 'strand separation' during DNA replication, repair and transcription.
  • Worked on development and optimization of the separation polymer media for DNA and protein sequencing.
  • Entered DNA sequences into databases - Presenting findings at scientific conferences and co-authored papers.
  • Led research team that developed DNA-sensing devices, featured in The Economist, Mar.

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8. PHD

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Here's how PHD is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Awarded a fully-funded, 7-year fellowship to obtain a PhD in international relations (major) and statistics (minor).
  • Mentored and motivated PhD, Master, and Bachelor students and designed projects ranging from 12 weeks to 3 years.
  • Full four-year fellowship to complete MA and PhD while teaching and conducting research at top graduate program for political science.
  • Presented to Minorities Striving and Pursuing Higher Degrees of Success (MSPHDS) students about career and research opportunities.
  • Project Designer and Mentor for two PhD students and one postdoctoral researcher.
  • Mentor 1 full-time research assistant, 1 post-doc and 3 PhD students.
  • Trained two PhD rotation students in Protein Expression, purification and crystallization.
  • Mentored PhD and Master Students (Swiss and South African).
  • Supervised junior postdoctoral fellows, PhD/MS graduates, and summer undergraduates.
  • Assisted and provided technical supports for PhD students and other colleagues.
  • Mentored 2 graduate students on their PhD thesis.
  • Supervised research assistants and PhD student.
  • Trained Postdoctoral fellows, PhD/MD students.
  • Mentor PhD students on their research.
  • Continue my research for PhD.
  • Supervised by Crystal Dussault-Filippe, PhD
  • Researched diabetes under Chan Y Jung MD, PhD.
  • Consult on PhD projects including solar cells, hybrid Layers, atmospheric plasma deposition, human skin and hyper-porous organosilicate-polymer composites.
  • Position funded by the Biotechnology Research and Development Corp. Grant to Robert R. Granados PhD (Emeritus), my supervisor.
  • Work on projects provided by the Program Coordinator and to conduct research and teach Master and Phd.

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9. Data Analysis

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Here's how Data Analysis is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Designed and executed experiments relevant to the project, analyzed and interpreted data using a range of scientific data analysis software.
  • Executed coordination of enrollment monitoring, data analysis, interpretation of results, and preparation of reports for presentation and publication.
  • Performed data analysis to compose final reports, oral talks and formal posters for presentation at national and international conferences.
  • Developed data analysis software such as AbfProcessing, and for experiment design such as CorrelationCheck and Restriction Site Designer.
  • Performed data cleaning and data analysis concerning engagement in learning outcomes in typical and at-risk students over time.
  • Authored scientific papers, developed clinical research protocols, and completed data analysis while creating cross-disciplinary collaborations.
  • Guided experimental design, prioritized project goals, trained in laboratory techniques, and supervised data analysis
  • Collaborate and instruct graduate students/ biologists in instrument operation and data analysis in multiple projects.
  • Mentored graduate students teaching Near-Infrared spectroscopy and data analysis multivariate calibrations for pharmaceutical applications.
  • Designed experiments, analyzed data, and recommended future directions/experiments based on data analysis.
  • Collect and present research and data analysis at both internal department and international meetings.
  • Assisted in teaching data analysis and machine learning to students studying computational biology at UTMB
  • Created data collection instruments, gathered data, and generated data analysis frameworks.
  • Performed detailed data analysis studies to assess effectiveness of various shielding configurations.
  • Instituted rigorous statistical data analysis and simulation methods for monitoring system outputs.
  • Facilitate presentations highlighting data analysis in both group and cross-departmental meetings.
  • Directed sensitive data analysis in alignment with standard operating procedure requirements.
  • Trained 3 undergraduate students in research methodology and data analysis.
  • Studied radon permeation through different materials and did data analysis.
  • Performed Data Analysis for all of above characterization works.

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10. Rna-Seq

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Here's how Rna-Seq is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Gained experience creating and analyzing RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq, and 4C data sets.
  • Develop method to integrate Microarray and RNA-Sequencing gene expression profiles to increase power in related studies.
  • Used bioinformatic analysis of ChiP-Seq and RNA-Seq data in a mouse explant culture model to investigate mechanisms of cardiovascular-specific estrogen response.
  • Study of mRNA decay in Bacillus subitlis using RNA-Seq
  • Perform bioinformatics analysis of RNA-sequencing data using R and various bioinformatics methods such as DEseq2, GSEA, and IPA.
  • Created a cancer analysis pipeline that integrates exome resequencing and transcriptome (RNA-seq) data to find biomarkers (e.g.

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11. Rt-Pcr

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Here's how Rt-Pcr is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Identified a set of new genes affect longevity by quantitative RT-PCR
  • Monitored viral loads in rhesus macaques using RT-PCR.
  • Identified lens specific markers and analyzed their expression by RT-PCR and in-situ hybridization.
  • Isolate and culture human and NHP lymphocytes for immunological analysis and producing HIV/SIV/SHIV Real-time RT-PCR for detecting plasma, PBMC virus load
  • Employed molecular and cell biological techniques (ChIP, RT-PCR) to characterize PLZF promoter regulation by glucocorticoids and progesterone.
  • Validated protein targets using Western blots, RT-PCR and immunoprecipitation techniques such as ELISA and RIA.
  • Worked on microRNA expression in rat and mouse gut tissues and plasma by q-RT-PCR method.
  • Optimized biochemical assays including: SDS-PAGE, RT-PCR, immunohistochemistry, and ELISA.
  • Measured gene expression using luciferase reporter assays and RT-PCR.
  • Trained personnel in Biosafety Level 2 procedures, HIV RNA preparation, RT-PCR, radiation safety, and PAGE electrophoresis.
  • Applied Western technique, RT-PCR, and immunofluorescence to study the cellular mechanism of the antivascular Phase II drug DMXAA
  • Used high throughput qRT-PCR screening for Ido1 gene expression and methylation in AML, CLL clinical samples.
  • Involved in designing and testing primers for mated and parent Chlamydia serovars for RT-PCRs and sequencing.
  • Developed novel single cell RT-PCR assay to analyze allelic expression of Pax 5 and IL-2.
  • Performed bioinformatics, western blotting, immunofluoroscence, and Real-Time RT-PCR analyses.
  • Developed and utilized luminex assays and ELISA for cytokine/chemokine detection as well as real-time RT-PCR for gene expression analysis.
  • Evaluated gene silencing using both RT-PCR and flow cytometry after treatment with HDL- siRNA complexes to analyze mRNA/protein levels of targets.
  • Demonstrated that dedifferentiated cells express stem cell related genes and markers through microarray, qRT-PCR and immunofluorescent analysis utilizing 2-Photon microscopy.
  • Determined mRNA and protein expression of potential biomarkers by qRT-PCR and western blot analysis of isolated macrophages.
  • Determined to be involved in ribosome biogenesis using qRT-PCR, northern blotting, polysome profile, etc.

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12. Mouse Model

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Here's how Mouse Model is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Design complicated mouse models to address tumor initiation and maintenance questions.
  • Researched osteoarthritis resistance using a surgical mouse model.
  • Evaluated multiple therapeutic interventions that targeted the Th1 helper T cell compartment in a humanized mouse model of GCA.
  • Validated the role of secreted factor in promoting postnatal muscle growth and regeneration in transgenic mouse model.
  • Study the effect of identified signaling pathways on the prevention of neuronal regeneration in mouse models 2.
  • Conducted a research study on the role of stem cells in colon cancer of mouse models.
  • Demonstrated that ATF2 protein is required for melanoma development through cell based and mouse model.
  • Validated the novel transgenic mouse model as a test bed for rapid drug screening procedures.
  • Elaborated of the first mouse model (newborn ICR mice) of human EV71 disease.
  • Identified a novel pathogenic activity of lens-derived VEGF in a mouse model of cataract.
  • Established mouse models to identify genetic mutations that are responsible for human birth defects.
  • Established and examined protocol for memory and motor deficit in Nf1 deficient mouse model.
  • Investigate Rb/E2F signaling in cancer development with a novel transgenic mouse model.
  • Designed and developed sickle cell anemia mouse model for testing drug function.
  • Managed a project to study secondary bacterial infections in the mouse model.
  • Initiated and coordinated novel drug studies in mouse models of lymphoma disease.
  • Characterized T helper cells TCR repertoire in NOD mouse model
  • Generated CD97 knock-out mouse model.
  • Experience with breast cancer, cervical cancer (C3), and prostate mouse models, HIV and CMV.
  • Demonstrated TLR4 -/- mouse model susceptibility; analysis-identified cause of septic arthritis determined from cell wall deficient Streptococcus pyogenes.

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13. NIH

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Here's how NIH is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Coordinate collaborations between the NIH and other major research/ academic institutions.
  • Managed NIH budget encompassing several laboratory projects and graduate students.
  • Work has resulted in 1 manuscript, 1 international and 1 internal abstract, as well as an NIH-funded pilot grant.
  • Detailed summaries of all NIEHS research by author, disease, and NIH department for submission to the Library of Congress.
  • Grant writing for JDRF Postdoctoral Fellowship, JDRF advance Postdoctoral Fellowship and the NIH K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award.
  • Conducted grant writing for the National Institute of Health (NIH) to allow for funding of the research.
  • Close collaboration with the NIH Office of Technology Transfer regarding NCI patent prosecution and patent and technology licensing.
  • Obtained funding in the form of a $50,000/year NRSA award from NIH that covered salary and supplies.
  • Supported by a Fellowship from JDRF and a Scholarship from SOMI of UCLA (NIH training grant).
  • Recruited, hosted and engaged speakers for career events, Career Development Subcommittee, FELCOM, NIH.
  • Organized schedules and ensured that team members' experiments are completed in time for NIH Grant applications.
  • Submitted and F32 grant to NIH focused on tobacco cessation counseling among populations burdened by chronic conditions.
  • Collaborate with fellow scientists in and outside of NIH to acquire resources and expertise required.
  • Authored a successful National Institute of Health (NIH) grant for treatment of tuberculosis.
  • Generated preliminary data for a successful CIHR (equal to NIH) grant application.
  • Developed an NIH grant to study emotional aspects of medical intervention in chronic illness.
  • Collaborated with Dr. Wang to draft and finalize several NIH and DOE grant proposals.
  • Prepared the proposal for NIH, NSF grants and wrote the scientific papers.
  • Explore and implement new research directions into NIH or private foundation funding applications.
  • Joined an ongoing clinical research project sponsored by the NIH and pharmaceutical companies.

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14. Elisa

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Here's how Elisa is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Troubleshooted critical reagent issues for an established ELISA product line, leading to successful identification of potential 2nd vendors.
  • Developed the microplate ELISA mythology to validate the isotope-labeled antibody and membrane protein binding affinity on target cell surface.
  • Developed an in-house ELISA assay for the evaluation of ERG oncoproteins as well as auto- antibodies in human patient serum samples.
  • Demonstrated that B.microti GPI anchored protein based ELISA is more sensitive that the current IFA for diagnosis.
  • Developed an ELISA assay for a quick and high-throughput detection of the altered CKD macrophage metabolism.
  • Developed and validated sandwich ELISA protocol to quantify cMyBP-C in the plasma of rat and human.
  • Measured HIV p24 levels in CDK11 overexpressed cells by ELISA, Western Blot.
  • Developed ELISA with M. tuberculosis recombinant proteins for validation of NAPPA results.
  • Implemented and optimized ELISA assays for detection of cytokines from infected cells.
  • Analyzed antibody production by Western blot, ELISA and surface plasmon resonance.
  • Constructed an efficient ELISA for the detection of erythropoietin in mouse serum.
  • Characterized the skeletal phenotype and delineated the signaling pathway using dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry, ELISA, histology, and immunohistochemistry.
  • Developed ELISA method to verify receptor binding of RGD peptide conjugated nanoparticles.
  • Identified the in vitro binding of purified recombinant SCAP and COPII complex using ELISA.
  • Employed ELISA, immunohistochemical, and stereological techniques for analysis of brain tissue.
  • Gained proficiency in a variety of antibody-based applications including ELISA, immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, western blotting and immunoprecipitation
  • Developed multiplex (luminex and MSD) and conventional ELISA method for cytokine profiledetection in patient sample following GLP guideline.
  • Used Luminex, ELISA, and flow cytometric methods to assess cytokine and antibody responses to novel immunization protocols.
  • Measure proliferation/apoptosis using culture count, MTT, Elisa, IHC, immunofluorescent stains, confocal fluorescent microscopy.
  • Established all protocols for examining IL-23 and IL-27 mRNA expression by qPCR and cytokine production by ELISA.

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15. Hplc

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Here's how Hplc is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Developed LC-MS and HPLC-based assays to study MoeK5's unprecedented enzymatic activity.
  • Developed methods of purifying and analysis antibody conjugates by HPLC.
  • Restored to operation and overhauled HPLC instrumentation.
  • Design and perform protein purification, including affinity purification, HPLC operation, glycerol gradient, ion-exchange columns, etc.
  • Developed IDMS methods for HR-ICP-MS analysis of Group 1 and 2 elements in uranium matrices following HPLC separation
  • Developed High throughput Assay, ACCURATE, for metabolic stability (HPLC) of drug candidates TM
  • Developed HPLC and MS methods to quantify biological molecules in human serum samples.
  • Developed HPLC/MS methods for the characterization of protein and small molecule interaction.
  • Developed HPLC/MS methods for metabolites analysis of small molecule drug products.
  • Administrated new HPLC ordering, installing, troubleshooting, and training.
  • Characterized labeled proteins via HPLC, LC-MS/MS and MudPit analysis.
  • Maintained a wide variety of UPLC/HPLC and MS systems.
  • Experience with protein identification using HPLC/MS;6.
  • Trained other researchers in LC-MS, HPLC, FPLC, AUC, x-ray crystallography.
  • Managed development and validation of reverse-phase HPLC method for plasma pharmacokinetic studies.
  • Developed HPLC methods for their preparative purification and analysis.
  • Experience using radioactive isotopes, autoradiography, pulse-chase protocols, SDS-PAGE and western blotting, HPLC, and TLC.
  • Drug in vivo study of 17-DMAG in Phase I Clinical trial with HPLC/MS assay method development.
  • Prepare biological and radioactive samples and perform HPLC assay, Radioimmunoassay, etc.
  • Purified molecules using LLE, SPE, immunoaffinity separation, TLC and prep-HPLC.

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16. Cancer Patients

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Here's how Cancer Patients is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Studied chemotherapy-induced side effects and identified effective supportive therapies in cancer patients, contributing to granting the US7994125B2 patent.
  • Collaborate with multi disciplinary team regarding care for cancer patients and their families.
  • Phase 1 clinical trial of genetically modified dendritic cell with chemokine CCL21 in the treatment of late stage lung cancer patients.
  • Led interdisciplinary teams, worked closely with various departments, including Psychologist of the Survivorship Taskforce for cancer patients.
  • Submitted three patent applications that propose innovative ways of delivering medicines to cancer patients.
  • Use of and Attitudes toward Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Lung Cancer Patients in an Academic Medical Center.

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17. Flow Cytometry

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Here's how Flow Cytometry is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Assisted in managing, coordinating and operating departmental flow cytometry laboratory.
  • Evaluated the effect of metabolic perturbations on primary human T cell differentiation and function using flow cytometry and ELISA assays.
  • Developed flow cytometry methods to simultaneously detect HIV RNA and proteins in single cell from patient following GLP guideline.
  • Determined level of glucose uptake by use of a fluorescent derivative in primary cells followed by flow cytometry.
  • Analyzed the effect of chk1 on cell cycle regulation by Flow Cytometry.
  • Measured immune response in patients by ELISA and flow cytometry.
  • Mentored colleagues in mammalian tissue culture and flow cytometry techniques.
  • Flow cytometry Trained to use BD FACS Aria II.
  • Studied fetal-maternal interactions using mouse models; Construction of transgenic mice by microinjection methods and isolation of cells by flow cytometry
  • Gained expertise in rodent experimentation, isolation of bone marrow cells using 3-color flow cytometry and immuno-histology.
  • Developed expertise in immunohistochemical techniques, including flow cytometry and fluorescence microscopy.
  • Performed kidney harvesting and macrophage isolation by flow cytometry.
  • Investigated the function of TbSphK in cellular proliferation, cell cycle progression, and apoptosis using RNA interference and flow cytometry.
  • Evaluated platelet clearance in mice by performing tail vein injections, tissue collection, flow cytometry, and immunofluorescence analysis.
  • Flow Cytometry /Cell Sorting of fluorescently labeled cells (GFP and RFP), and PI/BrdU cell cycle analysis.
  • Flow cytometry, cell migration and wound healing assays, metabolic labeling studies with 35S-Methionine and 32P-orthophosphate.
  • Gel electrophoresis, Western blot, Molecular cloning, protein expression and protein purification, Flow cytometry.
  • Confirmed the binding activity of the antibodies on Rat Basophil Leukemia cell with flow cytometry analysis.
  • Observed activation, proliferation and cytokine production of deficient CD8 T cells by flow cytometry
  • Performed data analytics and statistical analysis on results from mouse experiments, including multi-variable flow cytometry data.

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18. Confocal Microscopy

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Here's how Confocal Microscopy is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Managed departmental confocal microscopy core.
  • Worked on confocal microscopy to reveal protein-protein association and used atomic force microscopy (nano-indentation) to measure arterial stiffness.
  • Study of the viral protein A238L an IkappaB like protein and its subcellular localization by confocal microscopy.
  • Demonstrated via confocal microscopy specific anatomical connections between substance P, 5-HT, cannabinoid receptors, and vomiting-induced Fos-containing cells.
  • Developed strategies to determine intracellular receptor trafficking of G protein-coupled receptors in primary neurons (immunofluorescence, confocal microscopy).
  • Performed whole-mount animal organ staining, intracellular protein immuno-staining, confocal microscopy, imaging, software analysis.
  • Employed fluorescent confocal microscopy to study consequence of curcumin treatment on intra-cellular localization of relevant proteins.
  • Conducted Immunohistochemistry by Confocal Microscopy to investigate ClC3 andTMEM16A localization in Rat fundus smooth muscle cells.
  • Visualized subcellular localization of Cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator protein by confocal Microscopy in cell lines.
  • Used confocal microscopy to confirm that SUMOylation facilitates its nuclear translocation.
  • Developed phage display and bacterial glycan display for biotechnological applications (Confocal microscopy, FACS analysis and cell sorting).
  • Monitor the trafficking and cellular localization of the ion channel using membraneimpermeable crosslinker, FACS, glycosylation assays and confocal microscopy.
  • Established and completed a small siRNA screen covering cellular transport machineries -Evaluated multiple cellular transport routes by confocal microscopy and FACS
  • Experience in immunohistochemical techniques and analysis, light and confocal microscopy and analytical techniques for evaluation of neurogenesis.
  • Key techniques: Developed immunofluorescence protocol for FFP fixed multi-cellular 3D melanoma skin tissues using confocal microscopy.
  • Localized proteins with immunofluorescence and confocal microscopy on in vitro and in vivo derived samples.
  • Examined the effect of neuregulin on nicotinic receptor endocytosis using fluorescence and confocal microscopy.
  • Cloned and expressed OSBPs in CHO-K1 cells and determined their subcellular localizations using immunofluorescence and confocal microscopy.

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19. Immunology

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Here's how Immunology is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Designed and implemented immunology research projects.
  • Selected as Editorial member and Reviewer for The Journal International Journal of Immunology by Science Publishing Group, USA.
  • Published many articles in peer review journals in tumor immunology, cutaneous biology, and molecular biology.
  • Produced data for funding, and worked toward establishing a new line of immunology and aging research.
  • Research was twice featured as one of the top clinical relevant articles in the Journal of Immunology.
  • Selected for oral and poster presentation at American Association of Immunology (AAI) meeting.
  • Design, perform and analyze complex experimental research in the field of transplant immunology.
  • Awarded MD Anderson Department of Immunology competitive training grant, 2010 - 2013.
  • Research projects focused towards completion of PhD degree in Immunology and Microbiology.
  • Trained and supervised summer graduate student from Harvard Immunology Program in cell, molecular biology and immunological techniques.
  • Developed and trouble shooting cell-based immunology assays, including proliferation, and cytokine secretion.
  • Identified new malaria antigen as vaccine candidate by proteomics and immunology methods.
  • Design and perform in vitro cell-based immunology assay on target validation
  • Certified completion in Hematology, Pediatric Immunology and Nephrology
  • Conducted Research in cellular and mucosal immunology.
  • Generated Monoclonal Antibodies for T cell studies Teaching: Host Defense and Infectious Disease Immunology Section, Small Group Lectures.
  • Research Interest: Molecular Immunology, Innate immunity, Virology, Cancer cell biology, and Immunotherapy
  • Authored 13 reseearch papers in the fields of immunology and oncology.
  • Mentor: Subramaniam Malarkannan (Senior Investigator) Work Focus: Immunology and Virology Accomplishments Discovered the role of PI3K-P110.
  • Research in Virology, Immunology, Cytokines and Interferon Signalling, Signal Transduction and Cancer.

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20. NMR

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Here's how NMR is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Explored structural dynamics on inhibitor and substrate binding using two-dimensional NMR.
  • Studied human cataract disease causing proteins in detail using NMR spectroscopy
  • Studied protein-protein and protein-small molecule interactions by NMR.
  • Evaluate small-molecules using biophysical methods such as ITC, direct fluorescence, fluorescence polarization competition assays, and NMR.
  • Improved structure elucidation and implemented LC-NMR in SPRI, recognized with SPRI Impact Award (2000).
  • Conducted an extensive NMR analysis on the evolution of a hybrid-layer sol-gel solution for bonding to silicon.
  • Developed the G2G software package for RNA global structure determination using NMR and SAXS.
  • Studied lipid-lipid interactions in model membranes by deuterium, carbon-13, and phosphorus-31 NMR.
  • Project: Studies of soil organic matter by solid and liquid state NMR.
  • Developed tools for studying reaction mechanism through NMR spectroscopy.
  • Characterized the synthesized molecules by 1D/2D NMR and MS.
  • Elucidated metabolite structures using LC-MS/MS, GC-MS and NMR.
  • Structure analysis of organic compounds with 1H NMR, 13C NMR, IR, Mass spec and 2DNMR.
  • Experience in GC, 1H, 13C, 31P, cryogenic and time-dependent NMR techniques, React-IR.
  • Designed and developed the expression and purification protocol for Runx1 recombinant proteins from bacteria using FPLC for NMR structural analysis.
  • Simulated voltammetric data by assigning mechanisms based on 1H-NMR determined binding constants and diffusion coefficients.
  • Conducted research into protein structure determination by NMR spectroscopy and protein structure-function relationships.
  • Discovered the linear relationship between NMR relaxation rate of the soft biomaterial and the mechanical strength (shear modulus).
  • Established Xe NMR chemical shifts and lineshapes for the characterization of void size and shape in solids.
  • Developed methodology based on NMR and MS for analysis of soil organic matter (ref.

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21. Mass Spectrometry

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Here's how Mass Spectrometry is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Investigated the mechanisms of action of inhibitors against enzymes by adapting protein chemistry and mass spectrometry.
  • Involved in developing mass spectrometry-based techniques to support various stages of antibody drug development.
  • Managed laboratory collaborations, trained visiting scientists on sample preparation and mass spectrometry assays.
  • Designed rectilinear ion trap mass spectrometry with electron impact ionization source
  • Determined serum levels by mass spectrometry.
  • Developed a new method to examine membrane protein folding by employing pulsed- hydrogen deuterium exchange mass spectrometry (HDX-MS) method.
  • Trained members of other groups in mass spectrometry and SAXS data collection and analysis.
  • Measured endogenous levels of T1AM in mice and rats using mass spectrometry.
  • Use mass spectrometry to find PI3-kinase binding protein in tumor samples.
  • Developed absolute quantitative mass spectrometry assays (SRM/SIM/PRM) for the measurement of protein ubiquitination.
  • Involved in isolation of angiogenesis factors by HPLC and its identification by Mass Spectrometry.
  • Identified interaction partners from mass spectrometry based protein interactome analyses.
  • Implemented new method for total tRNA isolation for mass spectrometry analysis saving the lab time and thousands of dollars every week.
  • Generated genetically modified strains of M. avium 2151 and studied the difference in there GPL structures, using mass spectrometry.
  • Developed a quantitative method for GHB, D/L-HG, and R/S-3,4-DBA in urine using liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry.
  • Perform routinemaintenance on mass spectrometry instruments such as column changes, replenish solvents, and instrument tuning.
  • Utilize a home-built Aerosol Impact Spectrometer: Charge detection mass spectrometry (CDMS) of single particles.
  • Analyzed various samples using classic mass spectrometry techniques on sector, TOF, and quadrupole systems.
  • Led, managed, and executed electron microscopy, ciliary transport, and mass spectrometry projects.
  • Studied murine model of Alzheimer's disease using mass spectrometry and other biochemistry and genetic approaches

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22. Scientific Journals

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Here's how Scientific Journals is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Research resulted in joint authorship of nine publications in scientific journals and five presentations at national and international meetings.
  • Demonstrated strong proficiency in critically evaluating and peer-reviewing manuscripts for inclusion in internationally recognized scientific journals.
  • Designed and executed research studies with successful publications in high impact scientific journals.
  • Prepared research findings for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
  • Co-authored numerous research papers published in major scientific journals.
  • Reviewed and critiqued submitted manuscripts for several scientific journals.
  • Reviewed papers for 4 international scientific journals.
  • Published in numerous peer-reviewed scientific journals.
  • Assisted in writing grant applications, and in peer review of several manuscripts submitted to high-impact scientific journals.
  • Invited peer reviewer for the scientific journals: Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy, and AAPS PharmSciTech.
  • Analyzed, interpreted the study results and create reports for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
  • Create summary tables, reports, figures and text for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
  • Published my research at scientific journals and international conferences and was awarded travel grants.
  • Succeeded in publishing data in peer reviewed scientific journals and a book chapter.
  • Work resulted in two first author publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
  • Write and publish articles in scientific journals.
  • Reviewed articles for scientific journals.
  • Referee for multiple scientific journals.
  • Published findings in peer-reviewed scientific journals Identified deficiencies in the literature and designed studies to address those gaps.
  • Completed papers for publication in scientific journals and presentation(s) in various scientific meetings.

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23. Animal Models

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Here's how Animal Models is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Participated in designing drug efficacy experiments in live animal models with colleagues.
  • Investigated the molecular mechanisms involved in fracture repair using animal models.
  • Experience using animal models, including survival surgery.
  • Established animal models and characterized their behavior.
  • Spearheaded experiments involving animal models.
  • Performed gene therapy in type 1 diabetic animal models using AAV virus carrying insulin analog gene via portal vein delivery strategy.
  • Worked on a variety of animal models used in anti-obesity drug screening.
  • Established and maintained transgenic muscle and liver mice models for stress-induced protein misfolding study and small molecule validation on animal models.
  • Created allergy animal models and studied the mechanisms of allergy and its interaction with Respiratory Syncytial Virus to exacerbate airway inflammation
  • Researched and developed a novel strategy to improve anti-tumor responses and in vivo immunization of humanized animal models.
  • Developed animal models of lung cancer and inflammation including novel in vivo gene delivery strategies.
  • Developed in-vivo strategy to understand protein-protein interactions using transgenic and knockout animal models.
  • Research project on the mechanism of contrast-induced nephropathy using animal models.
  • Developed livestock animal models and performed surgeries to test drugs and vaccines for enteric diseases.
  • Generate animal models of Retinopathy of Prematurity and determine the effects of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor antagonists on abnormal neovascularization.

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24. R

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Here's how R is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Investigated discrepancies in data results, identified gaps in the current literature related to dietary carcinogens, and quality of methodologies.
  • Develop new algorithms to identify pair-production events in a highly segmented germanium array for gamma spectroscopy.
  • Performed scientific review, and provided technical input, and advised for data analyses/interpretation.
  • Experience with all aspects of population and clinic-based study design, implementation and analysis.
  • Design, implement and evaluate intervention studies to reduce exposures to environmental hazards.
  • Conducted federally funded research on the causes/treatment of hypertension and congestive heart failure.
  • Develop experiment studying the role of dynamic social interactions in emotion regulation.
  • Provided interventions including Cognitive Processing Therapy and Prolonged Exposure in individual therapy.
  • Performed forced degradation studies to develop and validate stability indicating assays.
  • Received Georgia Regents University (now Augusta University) Brain and Behavior
  • Developed a heuristic computer model and simulation platform for further studies.
  • Lead collaborations and composed papers for publication in the Astrophysical Journal.
  • Drafted publication based on statistical analysis of the study data.
  • Provided technical input for various presentations, and co-authored manuscript.
  • Studied protein-origin interactions using second-generation sequencing technology (ChIP-Seq).
  • Investigated role of genetic variation in breast cancer metastasis susceptibility.
  • Assisted with research planning, data management and statistical analysis.
  • Presented research findings at high profile international and national conferences.
  • Participated in inter-agency meetings as a representative of OSG.
  • Managed organizational budget, including grant management and reporting.

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25. Hiv-1

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Here's how Hiv-1 is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Identify broadly neutralizing anti-HIV antibodies from HIV-1 patents for immunogen vaccine design.
  • Tat protein encoded by HIV-1 stimulates transcription elongation by recruitment of CTD kinases to the HIV-1 promoter.
  • Established and optimized a H/D exchange platform for studying viral surface glycoproteins from HIV-1 and influenza A.
  • Categorized genes differentially expressed upon infection of CD4+ T cells with X4- and R5-tropic HIV-1 strains.
  • Examined effects of PP1-targeted compound active metabolites on HIV-1 transcription and toxicity in vitro.
  • Studied HIV-1C coreceptor use in a study cohort from Botswana Laboratory of Dr. Max Essex
  • Project: Development of non-human primate (Rhesus) compatible infectious SIV/HIVchimeric viruses using HIV-1 A & C subtype envelope.
  • Helped identify SAMHD1 as a host restriction factor that primary human macrophages use to defend against HIV-1 infection.
  • Examined naphthoquinone derived compounds to determine their effects on HIV-1 transcription and toxicity in vitro.
  • Characterized bnMAbs targeting the glycan at N160 of the V1/V2 loop of HIV-1 gp120.
  • Project I: HIV metabolomics - Evaluate cellular changes after HIV-1 infection in human primary CD4+ T cells and monocyte-derived macrophages.
  • Monitored variations in tyrosine sulfation in several HIV-1 monoclonal antibodies by western blot and isoelectric focusing (IEF).
  • Worked as co-investigator on a project to study conformational responses of RNase H of HIV-1 upon ligand interaction.
  • Research: Genotypic and phenotypic characterization of HIV-1 subtype C resistance to reverse transcriptase inhibitors.

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26. Facs

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Here's how Facs is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Developed a FACS sort for limited cell populations of thymus tissue utilizing an 8-marker methodology.
  • Characterized of FACS purified sensory progenitors of the mouse inner ear
  • Isolated primary microglia and immune cells from mouse tissue, and assessed cell population by FACS analysis.
  • Isolated unique subpopulation of cells via FACS.
  • Configured multi-color FACS to assess lineage specification of mouse and human bone marrow cells as well as differentiation of cell lines.
  • Analyzed the effect of a small molecule inhibitor of Piezo2 on megakaryocyte ploidy using FACS.
  • Examined the properties of these cells using FACS, qPCR, and microarray.
  • Selected stably transfected cells using FACs and magnetic beads-based procedures.
  • Characterized satellite cell specific expression of a Cre driver in vivo using immunocytochemical approaches and FACS isolation.
  • Isolate primary pneumocytes from mouse lung by multi-flex FACS and cultured them on matrigel.
  • Evaluated in vitro cytotoxicity studies by cytotoxic T cell redirected lysis of cancer cells using a FACS analysis.
  • Evaluated fHbp production in N. meningitidis mutant strains overexpressing fHbp using FACS analysis.

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27. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Supervised undergraduate researches on experimental design, data collection, interpretation and equipment usage.
  • Manage graduate students while teaching experimental techniques, data collection and analysis.
  • Trained study personnel and postdoctoral fellows in clinical data collection techniques.
  • Initiated data collection to disseminate retention data for program success.
  • Improved data collection standards for increased accountability and replication.
  • Coordinate data collection related to implementation fidelity.
  • Identified process improvements for clinical data collection.
  • Participate in various research activities including but not limited to data collection, review, analysis, and manuscript preparation.
  • Developed a software system to control and automate the data collection from a series of measurement microscopes.
  • Migrated data collection from plain paper and Microsoft Excel to Access databases for later analysis.
  • Supervised 3 undergraduate students through motion capture data collection, processing, and analysis.
  • Contributed in writing, editing, data collection and analysis for the PNAS publication.
  • Train and manage seven research assistants, mentoring in data collection and processing.
  • Managed data collection, software development and statistical modeling for EPA projects.
  • Conducted regular field visits to supervise data collection and follows-up with partners.
  • Program devices for automatic control and data collection.
  • X-ray diffraction and data collection.
  • Trained graduate and visiting students in experimentation, data collection, and analysis.Complete Bibliography: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/myncbi/1D5dO4AVp6SQq/bibliography/49449283/public/?sort=date&direction=ascending
  • Graduate Research Assistant Assisted principal investigator in data collection, assessments and intervention implementation for research.
  • Experience in protein crystallization and synchrotron X-ray protein crystal data collection and analysis.

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28. High Throughput

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Here's how High Throughput is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Involved in development of enzyme assays in High throughput screening for use in biomass hydrolysis applications.
  • Design, develop and optimize cell-based and biochemical assays for high throughput and high content screen.
  • Tested and validated high throughput screening (HTS) assays for compounds that inhibit CTR2 activity.
  • Allowed high throughput screening for genes required for proliferation and survival of cancer cells.
  • Focused on the development of high throughput protein interaction and analysis approaches.
  • Established novel high throughput behavioral models in the zebrafish and investigated the effects of pharmacological modulation on learning and memory.
  • Generated cell-based assays for high throughput screening of anti-colorectal cancer drugs.
  • Designed and executed high throughput combinatorial screening for MOR/ORR catalysts.
  • Developed an effective and high throughput in vitro assay for rapid identification of compounds that activate the TrkA receptor.
  • Performed High throughput screening of drug compound library (NIH Clinical Collection) to identifyanti-Coxiella compounds.
  • Collaborated on an innovative high throughput genetic screen of the S. cerevisiae ORF deletion library.
  • Follow up studies involved high throughput genomics, data mining, mutant analysis and histology.
  • Designed novel spectroscopic high throughput methods to quantify cellular metabolism of different in vitro models of cancer under microenvironmental stress.
  • Participate in cutting-edge research focused on Quantitative High Throughput Screening / Chemical Genomics and In Vitro Toxicity Testing.
  • Created high throughput methods of oxidation state analysis of metal oxide nanoparticles during endocytosis using x-ray microscopy.
  • Developed protein microarray, phage display based high throughput protein/protein/ligand binding assay.
  • Performed high throughput screening for angiogenic biomarker.
  • Performed a high throughput in vitro screening assays to elucidate novel ESAs.
  • Identified induction of embryonic stem cell related genes in high throughput microarray transcriptional analysis of skeletal regeneration.
  • integrated noncoding RNA annotations with next generation sequencing high throughput transcriptome data.

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29. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Worked in two different laboratories where researching Alzheimer's disease in the first one and comparative evolution in the second.
  • Demonstrated aberrant network activity that is akin to epilepsy in brain slices from mice modeling Alzheimer's disease.
  • Conducted original research on brain tissue from Alzheimer's disease cases and animal models of that disorder.
  • Project: Targeting KMO in energy deficiency of Alzheimer s and Huntington's diseases.
  • Provided technical and theoretical expertise in neurophysiological expertise to a group of scientist investigating Alzheimer's disease.
  • Gained insights pertinent to multiple sclerosis (MS), Alzheimer's disease (AD), and other neurodegenerative disorders.
  • Researched the usability and the accessibility of medical applications for early detection of Alzheimer and Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI).
  • Investigated calcium dyshomeostasis in neuronal models of Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Study of the role of miRNA in the Alzheimer's disease
  • Developed new strategies to discover therapeutics for Alzheimer s disease.- Studied the mitochondrial involvement in neurodegeneration.
  • Project Aim: Immunotherapeutic and diagnostics applications for Alzheimer's disease (AD) using mouse model and Drosophila Melanogaster.

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30. Small Molecules

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Here's how Small Molecules is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Developed a functional cell-based high-content, high-throughput screen to identify and validate small molecules to treat anemia of chronic disease.
  • Discovered series of other small molecules which can modulate Th17 cell differentiation through different molecular targets.
  • Examined and evaluated the effects of various small molecules and chemical compounds for use in reprogramming.
  • Develop and optimize GC-MS and GC-MS/MS analysis method for small molecules.
  • Test small molecules for their effect on ion channel trafficking.
  • Analyze thermal stability of proteins with small molecules.
  • Examined mechanisms of the effective small molecules.
  • Discovered first known synthetic small molecules as AR down-regulating agents by applying Catalyst Hip-Hop pharmacophore modeling technique on few natural compounds.
  • Lead drug development efforts involving experimental small molecules for the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders.
  • Prepared metal oxide and composite aerogels for the catalytic oxidation of small molecules.
  • Designed and adapted novel synthetic strategies for small molecules and nanomaterial interfaces.
  • Developed strategy for formulation development platform for biologics vs. small molecules.
  • Executed screening/validation of anti-colorectal cancer small molecules from synthetic libraries.
  • Developed luminescence based HTS cell based assay to screen for small molecules against poxvirus replication.
  • Developed HPLC assays for proteins (up to 80 kD) proteins and small molecules.
  • Prepared fluorinated small molecules and made the device air-stable and air-operable.
  • Optimize hydrogel formulations for delivering growth factors and bioactive small molecules for tendon regeneration and anti-inflammatory applications.
  • Functioned as lead scientist and project manager for analytical and formulation development projects (biologics, small molecules).
  • Studied the interaction between small molecules and short peptides by UV-Vis and fluorescence spectroscopy (internal collaboration).

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31. Physiology

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Here's how Physiology is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Developed novel methodologies for examining brain physiology.
  • Researched developmental and reproductive physiology of mosquitoes.
  • Conducted scientific and clinical research in the area of muscle physiology and nutrition, specifically overweight and older adults.
  • Research work has been selected for editorial picks in American Journal of Physiology-GI.
  • Research in Physiology in 2 labs: Cardiac and renal physiology
  • Customized non-human primate electrophysiology/behavioral lab spaces.
  • Design and implementation of neurophysiology experiments on animal models of epilepsy to characterize the evolution to epilepsy after acquired injury.
  • Developed and build novel test method and equipment to combine electrophysiology and fluorescent microscopy to study real time receptor biophysics.
  • Establish patch clamp recording system and organize other electrophysiology recording platform.
  • Characterized effects of pharmacological agents on cell physiology and pathophysiology.
  • Project Supervisors: Prof. Anna A. DePaoli-Roach (Biochemistry) and Prof. Susan J. Gunst (Physiology), respectively.
  • Research Area: Electrophysiology, Neurology Department, Discovery CNS Diseases (with Dr. Cha-Min Tang).
  • Researched the effects of aging (oxidative stress hypothesis) on mouse NMJ physiology and muscle performance.
  • Research in the Central Nervous System Physiology including Nicotine Addiction in the Laboratory of Dr. John Dani
  • Worked on research studies related to the pathophysiology of obesity, diabetes and insulin resistance.
  • Elucidated the role of VEGF, PDGF on retinal pigment epithelium physiology and pathophysiology.
  • Record the functional electrophysiology properties of these cells.
  • Studied biochemical systems and energy metabolism, integrated computational modeling with experimental investigation of mitochondrial electrophysiology.
  • Receive weekly training in psychopharmacology, chemical dependency, chronic pain management, biofeedback, psychophysiology and hypnosis.
  • Designed protocols with electrophysiology using in vivo and in vitro animal models.

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32. Cancer Research

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Here's how Cancer Research is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Selected based on academic merit and awarded university sponsored research grant for breast cancer research.
  • Received California Breast Cancer Research Program Post-doctoral Fellowship.
  • Awarded Imperial Cancer Research Fund Postdoctoral Fellowship.
  • Grant Funding: Applied for and received a Postdoctoral Funding Award from the California Breast Cancer Research Program.
  • Published Alteration of SMRT Tumor Suppressor Function in Transformed Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma in Cancer Research.
  • Analyzed, organized and presented results of research at national cancer research meetings.
  • Developed a humanized animal model for use in cancer research & therapy.
  • Write and publish 1st author papers on Developmental Cell and Cancer Research.
  • Awarded grant from Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program.
  • Awarded NIH Kirschstein-NRSA postdoctoral fellowship to support cancer research.
  • Reported to Director, Cancer Research.
  • Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development Journal Club; Clark Atlanta University
  • Institute for Cancer Research, University of Oslo, Norway.Nature of Work: Working in Personalized Cancer MedicineProject (link).
  • Switched from cancer research to neuro biology; Result: Understanding and expertise was developed in neuronal biology.
  • Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
  • Published Loss of SMRT/NCoR2 Co-Repressor Correlates with JAG2 Over-Expression in Multiple Myeloma in Cancer Research.
  • Conducted breast cancer research on tumor cell metastasis and Rho GTPase signaling and cellular mechanotransduction.

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33. International Conferences

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Here's how International Conferences is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Presented urban ecology and environmental science research at eleven national and international conferences.
  • Contributed articles to 11 peer-reviewed publications and participated in six international conferences.
  • Selected for oral presentations at a total of 4 national/international conferences.
  • Presented novel research findings at international conferences and peer reviewed journals.
  • Presented research at many internal meetings and multiple international conferences.
  • Co-author of 4 oral/poster presentations at international conferences and symposiums.
  • Attended international conferences and gave oral and poster presentations.
  • Write research papers and present data at international conferences
  • Presented results at various international conferences and universities.
  • Presented research findings at various international conferences.
  • Delivered research presentations in 4 international conferences.
  • Present results at international conferences.
  • Prepared manuscripts and abstracts for peer-reviewed journals and presented work (oral and poster) at national and international conferences.
  • Co-authored six publications (including a report in Science with 1000+ citations), and presented at five international conferences.
  • Presented the research findings at national and international conferences; Written sections of annual grant reports and animal research protocols.
  • Published data in peer-reviewed journals, at international conferences and presented as a guest speaker in the symposium.
  • Presented research findings at departmental meetings, oral talks and posters at national & international conferences.
  • Presented research (both lectures and posters) in major international conferences.
  • Participated to four and presented a poster at three international conferences.
  • Present work in 3 international conferences and multiple internal meetings.

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34. PI

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Here's how PI is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Applied genetic mapping and positional cloning methods to facilitate the rapid characterization of genes responsible for human organ development.
  • Performed extensive microscopy studies of RSV infected HBEC epithelium at various stages of differentiation to characterize epithelium remodeling.
  • Worked closely with a multidisciplinary team, participated in grand rounds, and co-treated with various rehabilitation therapists.
  • Provided time-limited evidence-based psychotherapy to patients who have been hospitalized in an acute care inpatient facility.
  • Discovered three novel interactions mediated by Neuropilin-1 and provided structural and mechanistic details of the interactions.
  • Maintained and developed spectroscopic assays in keeping with the high-throughput needed in clinical testing facilities.
  • Liaised with partner and allied organizations, and collaborated with key international opinion leaders.
  • Developed a cellular model for studying nicotine effects on human developing and mature neurons.
  • Performed diagnostic and personality assessment on psychiatric adult inpatient unit in university-based hospital.
  • Provide clinical supervision to therapists delivering Life Steps Psychotherapy and to research staff.
  • Determined the residual stress of a piezoelectric tube through nonlinear finite element analysis.
  • Undertake research into pro-survival role of p53 family members during epidermal differentiation.
  • Performed RNA isolation from bacterial and primary human airway epithelial cells.
  • Tracked contract work and deliverable related to epidemiological data analyses.
  • Led NIH funded projects aimed at discovering potential antibacterial therapies.
  • Quantified serum lipid profile and measured hepatic triglyceride content.
  • Reviewed the integrity of data results from epidemiological studies.
  • Designed and executed experimental pipeline for multiple cell lines.
  • Developed nonlinear material models for enhanced piezoelectric device design.
  • Assisted director in developing various assessments and evaluation forms.

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35. Veterans

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Here's how Veterans is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Worked in a large urban medical facility providing treatment to predominantly lower SES veterans suffering from addictions and co-occurring disorders.
  • Collaborate with an interdisciplinary team to determine optimal level of care for Veterans considering treatment for substance use and dependence.
  • Lead a 12 week cognitive rehabilitation group, open to veterans experiencing cognitive difficulties with psychiatric and/or organic etiologies.
  • Carry a caseload of four individual psychotherapy Veterans 65+ with co-occurring medical conditions.
  • Provide evidenced-based treatment for a diverse population of veterans with serious mental illness.
  • Carry a caseload of four individual psychotherapy Veterans diagnosed with serious mental illness.
  • Develop integrative intervention for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans with chronic pain.
  • Mastered University and Veterans Administration contracts/grants and IRB procedures and regulations.
  • Provide education for veterans and families using evidence-based approaches.
  • Develop community partnerships to increase community integration for Veterans.
  • Provide assessment, therapy, and health promotion/disease prevention care for Veterans with chronic medical, psychiatric and substance use disorders.
  • Brief Description of Duties: Worked on interdisciplinary teams to coordinate treatment for veterans with a wide range of psychiatric disorders.
  • Selected as one of five recipients of the Department of Veterans Affairs Nursing Post Doctoral 2 year Fellowship Program, 1995-1997.
  • Facilitate care management, crisis management, and referral to specialized assessment and treatment programs for Veterans with complex needs.
  • Track all veterans new to substance abuse treatment to help facilitate continued access to treatment by collaborating across clinics.
  • Nestled among the primary care doctors treating veterans for short-term evidence based treatment or long term dynamic work.
  • Lead biweekly psycho-educational group (with 30 veterans) in the Substance Abuse Treatment Program.
  • Create monthly Mental Health Recovery Forums for Veterans, mental health staff and community members.
  • Conducted mental health and compensation evaluations for Veterans Affairs (VA) through MSLA.
  • Prepared presentation for counseling staff about working with student veterans on college campuses.

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36. Drosophila

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Here's how Drosophila is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Conducted research on olfactory neural processing in Drosophila, generating publication and grants.
  • Study Functional Aspects of Halo during lipid transport in Drosophila development.
  • Conducted intensive research and experimentation, wrote articles of outcome; Research: Developed a thorough knowledge of Drosophila genetics.
  • Designed and conducted experiments to probe the structure/function of the Drosophila protein Rrp1.
  • Studied mechanisms of gene regulation during development and bacterial infection using Drosophila melanogaster.
  • Examined Drosophila tissue sections to identify pathology induced by P. gingivalis infection.
  • Conducted primary molecular analysis of the Drosophila homeotic gene, labial.
  • Established the role of Toll/Cactus pathway in Drosophila hematopoiesis.
  • Investigated the molecular genetics of sex determination in Drosophila melanogaster
  • Mapped the functional role of foxp gene in Drosophila, known to cause speech and language disorder in humans.
  • Performed in vivo growth experiments to compare the growth of the stains within the Drosophila.
  • Surveyed 20 Drosophila genes for their potential role in RNA interference (RNAi) pathway.
  • Demonstrated that the P. gingivalis capsule contributes to the evasion of Drosophila immune defenses.
  • Optimized dye axonal injection in Drosophila larvae.
  • Collaborated with Drosophila and Xenopus geneticists to develop behavioral models of Neuro-degeneration
  • Obtained and analyzed high-resolution electron and optical microscopy images of Drosophila melanogaster chromosomes Presented research findings to local and national audiences
  • Researched heart tube formation and development using Drosophila to identify important target proteins involved in cell migration and the cytoskeleton.
  • Identified proteolytic cleavage in Drosophila neuronal microtubule associated protein 1(MAP1) using molecular, biochemical and transgenic approaches
  • Used comparative microarray analysis to investigate pathways involved in promoting hyperplastic and neoplastic tumors in a Drosophila model system.
  • Researched the mechanisms of axonal growth and regeneration caused by Nogo in Drosophila and mouse models.

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37. Sds-Page

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Here's how Sds-Page is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Characterized carboxylases expression and activity through SDS-PAGE and enzyme activity assay.
  • Purified and identified by SDS-PAGE cellular proteins which bind to specific structural motifs within the HCV 5' non-coding region.
  • Developed analytical methods to study proteins derived from 2-D SDS-PAGE proteomic studies (extraction from PVDF membrane or in-gel analysis).
  • Developed stable viral transduction and characterized knockdown usingqPCR, SDS-PAGE, and western blot.
  • Performed protein biochemical assays including SDS-PAGE, Co-IP, and GST affinity purification.
  • Experience in running SDS-PAGE assays.

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38. MRI

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Here's how MRI is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Demonstrated the ability to do awake animal functional MRI.
  • Constructed 3D arterial models from MRI images.
  • Operate MRI scanner and image data processing.
  • Analyzed MRI and CT images for optimizing chamber placement and electrophysiological recordings.
  • Developed porous magnetic nanoparticles for targeted controlled drug release and MRI.
  • Synthesized, characterized and evaluated nanomolecular high-performance MRI contrast agents.
  • Designed and synthesized cRGD-conjugated high-performance MRI contrast agents.
  • Planned, conducted and evaluated preclinical toxicity and MRI imaging studies of GNP-MRI contrast agent in normal rodent models.
  • Use Immunostaning to demonstrate for the first time that the cytoplasmic MRIP is expressed in the nucleus.
  • Designed and published program suite to simplify and automate the analysis of large functional MRI datasets.
  • Designed, synthesized and evaluated bimodal imaging probes for MRI and Fluorescence imaging.
  • Led an interdisciplinary team to develop viral nanoparticles as multi-modal MRI contrast agents resulting in publication.
  • Project Title: Engineering viral nanoparticles for detecting atherosclerotic plaques with MRI
  • Synthesized several high-performance MRI contrast agents based on metal chelating ligands (DOTA, DTPA, and DTTA).
  • Down regulated MRIP using RNAi to validate the effect of MRIP on smooth muscle phenotypic change.
  • Develop model-based algorithm for simultaneous simulation of neuronal activity, fMRI, and MEG signals.
  • Enhanced preprocessing and analytic skills for R-fMRI data (e.g., graph-theory connectivity).
  • Worked on multiple cognitive neuroscience projects using fMRI to understand high level visual processing.
  • Project: Tracking Therapeutic Cells and Drug In Vitro and In Vivo for Tumor Angiogenesis and Regeneration Myocardium Using MRI

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39. Clinical Trials

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Here's how Clinical Trials is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Served as primary liaison between research staff and clinical physicians and administrations to support two ongoing prospective clinical trials at UAB.
  • Analyzed thousands of published clinical trials, and tens of thousands of outcome measures of clinical trials.
  • Based on it potential clinical use, several clinical Phase I/II clinical trials are currently in process.
  • Worked in a group that performed human absorption studies using stable isotopes and other clinical trials.
  • Assisted in the conception/ design of prostate cancer clinical trials.
  • Conducted basic science experiments and assisted with clinical trials.
  • Helped implement clinical trials at our center.
  • Tested novel triterpenoids as anti-inflammatory / anti-oxidant drugs for possible use in clinical trials.
  • Maintained Data Monitoring Committee and Steering Committee charters for all active clinical trials, authoring amendments as needed.
  • Key responsibilities: o Clinical Trials o Making sure the project is conducted in a timely manner.
  • Filed a US patent for the intravaginal ring which is currently undergoing human clinical trials.
  • Involved in clinical trials researching microbiome of HIV patients undergoing HAART therapy.
  • Optimized parameters for large-scale preparations of isotype-switched or humanized antibodies in CHO cells/ myeloma cells of therapeutic antibodies for clinical trials.
  • Evaluated polyamine analogue as a candidate chemopreventive agent while this class of agents was in clinical trials at JHU Hospital.
  • Developed and patented a novel Fowlpox vector that elicited protection against falciparum malaria in Phase Ib clinical trials.

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40. SEM

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Here's how SEM is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Presented data at conferences and departmental seminars, and actively participated in a weekly journal club series focused on metabolic disease.
  • Participate in Training Seminars Present Case Conceptualizations with video recordings to staff Search committee for potential future postdoctoral residents Documentation via titanium
  • Synthesize and screen molecules as organic semiconductors to meet the requirement on purity, solubility, stability and device performance.
  • Interpreted and communicated complex scientific information at laboratory meetings, departmental seminars, and national research conferences.
  • Communicated and presented scientific data at national conferences and invited seminars for various academic institutions and societies.
  • Established the structure-performance relationships of a wide-variety of organic semiconductors for use in organic rechargeable lithium-ion batteries.
  • Direct graduate and undergraduate students for research, interpret/disseminate results and ensure effective collaborations between Univ.
  • Presented educational seminars designed to inform and train NCI scientists about technology transfer issues.
  • Presented original scientific research conclusions in research meetings, seminars, and national conferences.
  • Presented at and participated in clinical case conferences, seminars and hospital orientation programs.
  • Authored competitive research grants and scientific publications, disseminated results at international scientific conferences.
  • Presented research article and data at the departmental seminar series and international scientific conferences.
  • Presented results in inter-departmental seminars, formal research updates and informal lab meetings.
  • Delivered informative presentation of data to the research community at conferences and seminars.
  • Presented scientific findings at international meeting, and internal seminars and poster sessions.
  • Presented data at biennial Gordon Research Conferences and semiannual Cardiovascular Research Conferences.
  • Developed and implemented semi-empirical theories for the characterization of transition metal clusters.
  • Conducted and attended seminars, and coordinated monthly research career preparedness meetings.
  • Participated in a weekly Professional Development Seminar and a weekly case conference.
  • Presented research seminars/posters to communicate research findings at scientific conferences and meetings.

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41. Experimental Data

low Demand
Here's how Experimental Data is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Recorded experimental data in laboratory notebooks and reported experimental findings on regular meetings with the team.
  • Presented experimental data at local scientific meetings and prepared manuscripts for publication in peer reviewed journals
  • Presented experimental data at prestigious international conferences and departmental seminars.
  • Presented experimental data at local, national and international meetings.
  • Prepared technical reports and presented experimental data to management.
  • Presented the experimental data on internal and external meetings.
  • Collaborated with experimentalists and compared theoretical results with experimental data.
  • Collected experimental data from behavior studies Analyzed behavior data using statistics tests (ANOVA, ANCOVA, t-test, Z-test)
  • Used Excel and bioinformatics software to analyze and assess experimental data for neurochemical and immunohistochemical studies.
  • Initiated analysis of antigens in the context of "hotspot" regions based on experimental data.

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42. Ptsd

low Demand
Here's how Ptsd is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Co-facilitated a Cognitive Processing Therapy group for PTSD in a residential setting.
  • Perform intake evaluations and trauma-informed psychotherapy in the outpatient PTSD Clinic.
  • Completed PTSD assessment and comprehensive risk assessment with military personnel.
  • Administer and score battery of assessments diagnosing PTSD to screen potential participants prior to enrollment.
  • Give weekly supervision to an intern in the outpatient PTSD clinic.
  • Provide specialized psychological assessments and consultations for patients with PTSD and dissociative disorders.
  • Provide individual therapy to patients diagnosed with complex PTSD and/or Dissociative Disorder.
  • Conduct psychodiagnostic assessments and treatment planning, and collaborate across multiple disciplines as a member of the PTSD clinical team.
  • Developed a cardio-response model for predicting post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
  • Represent PTSD team at interprofessional meetings (e.g.
  • Identified pre-clinical blood-based microRNA biomarkers for TBI and PTSD.

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43. Parkinson

low Demand
Here's how Parkinson is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Facilitated support group for Parkinson's Caregivers Presented at interdepartmental Grand Rounds Lecture Series.
  • Conceived and lead a novel collaborative project investigating the dysfunction of the degradation pathway in Tauopathies and Parkinson s disease.
  • Lead researcher on projects that investigate the comorbidity of depression and Parkinson's disease in a combined animal model.
  • Research Focus: Molecular Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration In Parkinson's Disease OTHER UNIVERSITY AFFILIATIONS and FUNCTIONS:
  • Pioneered structural studies and biophysical characterization of the protein ?-synuclein involved in Parkinson s disease.
  • Investigate the mechanistic role of Parkin in the quality control of synaptic vesicles in Parkinson's disease
  • Developed a novel methodology to identify mitochondrial factors in Parkinson's disease patient fibroblasts that may predict severity of motor dysfunction.
  • Elucidated a mechanism of neurotoxicity of alpha-synuclein, a protein that when over-expressed or mutated causes familial Parkinson's disease.
  • Developed biochemical assay for characterization of PTEN induced putative kinase (PINK-1), protein associated with Autosomal Parkinson's disease.
  • Research Project: Examine the roles of mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative damage in Parkinson's disease (PD).

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44. C++

low Demand
Here's how C++ is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Implemented Huffman encoding/decoding algorithm in C++ for information hiding protocols.
  • Designed and implemented C and C++ codes to analyze validity, reliability, and uncertainty in theoretical predictions.
  • Developed C++ ZEPLIN Detector simulation codes based on GEANT4.
  • Collaborated work with Pfizer Inc., using C++ and Perl for evaluation of novel 3D QSAR method UniSurCoMFA (Sybyl).
  • Developed methods for medical ultrasound image enhancement (C, C++) Contributed algorithms for shape matching and modeling
  • Programmed in C/C++, PERL, Matlab.
  • Developed MATLAB and C++ codes for phase field modeling of ferroelectric microstructure evolution.

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45. Uv-Vis

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Here's how Uv-Vis is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Developed assays to directly monitor cluster assembly and transfer using methods of UV-Vis, fluorescence, circular dichroism, and EPR.
  • Conducted research in peptide chemistry utilizing a variety of analytical techniques including UV-Vis, fluorescence, HPLC and NMR.
  • Developed assays for protein characterization using UV-Vis, FPLC, fluorescence polarization, electron micrograph and N-terminal sequencing 3.
  • Developed expertise in protein chemistry, protein purification and characterization, Biophysical techniques like UV-VIS, fluorescence, CD spectroscopy.
  • Operated and maintained GC and UV-VIS.
  • Analyzed purified proteins by Electrophoresis, UV-Visible spectroscopy, and Crystallography.

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46. IRB

low Demand
Here's how IRB is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Optimized/simplified airbrushed fiber fabrication and investigated reliable fiber/device manufacturing.
  • Authored and managed IUCAC and IRB protocols to ensure compliance between institutional and federal regulatory agencies.
  • Promoted and organized collaborative research aiming to commercialize airbrushing technique.
  • Submitted IRB application and maintained approval.
  • Prepared Institutional Review Board (IRB) applications, protocols, informed consent forms, and recruited potential research subjects.
  • Created ethics (IRB) and grant submissions (GCO) and renewals for approximately 15 lab projects.
  • Attended internal review board meetings, helped formulate and revise consent forms and IRB protocols.
  • Led clinical coordination of subject recruitment, IRB approval and reporting, and subject testing.
  • Developed the study protocol and authored Institutional Review Board (IRB) regulatory materials.
  • Project 3: Clinical Trial work o Prepared IRB submissions for clinical trials.
  • Experienced in preparing quarter project reports, IRB-related protocols and HHMI fellowship applications.
  • Coordinated and processed regulatory documents using in-depth knowledge of IRB and HIPAA.
  • Maintained Institutional Review Board (IRB) compliance for study subjects.
  • Participated in writing and editing an IRB protocol for this study.
  • Ensured compliance with GMU IRB protocol and ethical standards of research.
  • Co-author of manuscripts; assistance in completing IRB applications.
  • Submitted regulatory documents to the IRB for select trials.
  • Provided insight on study design and development for IRB.
  • Research proposal and IRB manuscript preparation and submission.
  • Prepared and submitted IRB applications for human studies.

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47. CBT

low Demand
Here's how CBT is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Provided individual psychotherapy to young adults with ASD utilizing CBT protocols.
  • Provided outpatient individual therapy utilizing CBT and DBT interventions.
  • Provided outpatient individual therapy and family therapy to children ages 5-17 utilizing PCIT, CBT, DBT, and TF-CBT-informed interventions.
  • Conduct individual and group therapy focusing on CBT and mindfulness with a caseload of undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Provided on-call assessment, consultation, and short-term psychotherapy CBT, MI, ACT and stress management.
  • Received training in PCIT and TF-CBT and provided both to children and their non-offending caregivers.
  • Center for Eating Disorders is a primarily cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) based program.
  • Received training in conceptualization and treatment of eating disorders and developed strong CBT skills.
  • Conducted screenings and co-facilitated CBT for Depression group, consists of 5 students.
  • Facilitate geriatric mood group focused on addressing symptoms of depression using CBT strategies.
  • Facilitated CBT-based Dual Diagnosis, Relapse Prevention, and Tobacco Treatment groups.
  • Provided phone coaching for individual DBT patients of Harbor UCLA CBT/DBT clinic.
  • Co-facilitated a CBT-based Body Image and Eating Disorders group.
  • Used primarily CBT, ACT, and TLDP approaches.
  • Received extensive training and became certified in CBTi.
  • relapse prevention, CBT, motivational enhancement); and providing consultation in interdisciplinary team meetings.

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48. Python

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Here's how Python is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Attended courses in drug discovery, python programming, and next-generation sequencing analyses.
  • Coordinated the validation of data aquisition algorithms (C++, python) for all real and simulated data.
  • Used NEURON, Python, and Matlab to model, simulate and analyze neuronal activities.
  • Create models of individual neurons and networks using Hoc and Python.
  • Develop SPSS, Matlab, R, and Python scripts to wrangle data.
  • Used Python, NumPy, SciPy and matplotlib to develop the foundation of uvMCMCfit.

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49. TEM

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Here's how TEM is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Developed magnetic-electric interrogation system for detecting micro-magnetic sensors.
  • Developed a rule-based decision support system for restorative dentists; work resulted in publication as first author paper in peer-reviewed journal.
  • Designed and developed optical/electronic instrumentation system to control holography Ruby laser system, including hardware and system software development.
  • Upgraded holographic imaging system by identifying causes of errors and blurred images and developing computer-driven laser controller/tissue loading system.
  • Designed and performed experiments to gain insights into mechanisms involved in systematic regulation of aging processes.
  • Authored amendment to the company informed consent form template to align with updated product safety information.
  • Designed embryonic culture system to investigate olfactory receptor specification to develop understanding of neuronal differentiation.
  • Engineered and built a system for near-field characterization of air-sensitive materials in nitrogen-purged enclosure.
  • Assisted in the design of experimental systems and suggested improvements in existing protocols.
  • Co-authored publications stemming from this research and presented study findings at professional meetings.
  • Developed a mathematical model of an antibiotic acting on the cardiovascular system.
  • Project: Immunological approaches to enhance stem cell replacement therapy for diabetes
  • Administered safety plans to prevent future suicide attempts post-discharge.
  • Conducted statistical evaluation of template-based modeling in CASP10.
  • Developed cost effective new protocol pipeline system.
  • Maintained laboratory HPLC systems and Nano-LC equipment.
  • Designed computational simulations for different molecular systems.
  • Study of high temperature superconducting compounds.
  • Conducted research on high temperature materials.
  • Established a high-level expression and purification system for MAO of type A (MAOA) protein using yeast expression system.

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50. International Meetings

low Demand
Here's how International Meetings is used in Doctoral Fellow jobs:
  • Managed several projects at once and from beginning to end * Represented NIEHS/NIH at multiple national/international meetings
  • Developed and executed projects, attended international meetings and mentored two undergraduate students.
  • Present novel findings and proposed project at national and international meetings.
  • Presented at institutional, regional, national and international meetings.
  • Communicated research findings at national and international meetings.
  • Trained scientists from the undergrad to MD/PhD level; wrote grants and manuscripts; presented data at departmental and international meetings.
  • Presented data orally and in poster format at >15 local, national, and international meetings and conferences.
  • Present ongoing work and findings via abstracts and manuscripts and present work in local and international meetings.
  • Research with Dgat1-KO mice led to multiple publications and patents, and presentations at international meetings.
  • Experienced in presenting research at regional, national and international meetings (posters and talks).
  • Prepared and presented research at international meetings, institutional seminars, and journal clubs.
  • Authored 2 publications and 2 grants, presented at national and international meetings.
  • Attended national and international meetings and presented novel toxicologically relevant data.
  • Presented research findings at two international meetings of the Society for Neuroscience.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Doctoral Fellow

Cell Culture20.6%
Protein19.3%
Biology10.3%
Group Therapy Sessions5.5%
Research Projects5.3%
Synthesis4.7%
DNA4.5%
PHD3.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Doctoral Fellow

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Cell Culture
Cell Culture
17%
17%
2
2
Protein
Protein
15.9%
15.9%
3
3
Biology
Biology
8.5%
8.5%
4
4
Group Therapy Sessions
Group Therapy Sessions
4.6%
4.6%
5
5
Research Projects
Research Projects
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
Synthesis
Synthesis
3.9%
3.9%
7
7
DNA
DNA
3.7%
3.7%
8
8
PHD
PHD
2.8%
2.8%
9
9
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Rna-Seq
Rna-Seq
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Rt-Pcr
Rt-Pcr
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Mouse Model
Mouse Model
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
NIH
NIH
2.1%
2.1%
14
14
Elisa
Elisa
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Hplc
Hplc
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
Cancer Patients
Cancer Patients
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Flow Cytometry
Flow Cytometry
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Confocal Microscopy
Confocal Microscopy
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Immunology
Immunology
1.2%
1.2%
20
20
NMR
NMR
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Mass Spectrometry
Mass Spectrometry
1%
1%
22
22
Scientific Journals
Scientific Journals
1%
1%
23
23
Animal Models
Animal Models
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
R
R
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Hiv-1
Hiv-1
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Facs
Facs
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Data Collection
Data Collection
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
High Throughput
High Throughput
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Small Molecules
Small Molecules
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Physiology
Physiology
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Cancer Research
Cancer Research
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
International Conferences
International Conferences
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
PI
PI
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Veterans
Veterans
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Drosophila
Drosophila
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Sds-Page
Sds-Page
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
MRI
MRI
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Clinical Trials
Clinical Trials
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
SEM
SEM
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Experimental Data
Experimental Data
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Ptsd
Ptsd
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Parkinson
Parkinson
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
C++
C++
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Uv-Vis
Uv-Vis
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
IRB
IRB
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
CBT
CBT
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Python
Python
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
TEM
TEM
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
International Meetings
International Meetings
0.3%
0.3%

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