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Jordan Roselli
San Francisco, CA 94110
(916) 899-4122 · Jroselli@stanford.edu  

EDUCATION
Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences
Expected May 2017
      Professional Science Master's Degree
      Concentration: Stem Cell Science

      California Institute of Regenerative Medicine Fellowship

      San Francisco State University                                

Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences
May 2015
     Concentration: Cell and Molecular Biology
     Minor: Chemistry                                                               

     California State University, Sacramento                            

Honors: Deans Honor List Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014
Marda West Scholarship winner Spring 2014 and 2015

TECHNICAL SKILLS

  • Basic molecular biology techniques
  • Gel Electrophoresis
  • Titrations
  • DNA purification
  • Tissue cultures
  • Basic microbiology
  • Gas chromatography
  • Coagulation analyzer
  • Spectroscopy
  • Hemocytometry
  • Cell Counts
  • Adipose derived mesenchymal stem cell culture
  • 3T3 Fibroblast cell culture
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
  • Comfortable and familiar with a hospital/medical/clinical setting.
  • Extremely productive in a high volume, high stress, environment.
  • 7 years of customer service experience.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with an eye for detail. 

WORK EXPERIENCE

CIRM Bridges, Graduate Researcher, Dr. Michael Clarke Lab, Stanford University, CA, 2016 - Present

  • Perform DNA prep, PCR, and gel electrophoresis
  • Perform various histological tasks such as tissue processing, cutting and staining slides
  • Perform partial and whole brain dissections to collect SVZ and DG regions
  • Completed IACUC mouse handling and euthanasia training
  • Trained on FACS machine
  • Competent in mammalian tissue/cell culture
  • Perform bacterial transformations
  • Perform mini/midi/maxi preps 

Graduate Teaching Associate, San Francisco State University, CA, 2015 - Present

  • Biology 230: Instruct introductory Biology lab for students in Biology-relevant majors
  • Responsible for teaching a broad range of topics including enzymology, animal systems, plant physiology, endocrinology, cellular energetics, basic biotechnology, and bacterial genetics
  • Manage labs with a focus on equity, collaborative classroom culture, and active-learning strategies for ~30 students. Co-facilitate weekly discussion section for ~60 students 

Research Associate, Dr. John Chapman Lab, CSU Sacramento, CA, 2013 - 2015

  • Characterized the performance attributes of an autologous thrombin device prototype in conjunction with MicroAire® Surgical Instruments.
  • Optimized the performance of the StromaCell™ designed to prepare an autologous nucleated cell concentrate from a sample of adipose tissue, or fat, at the patient's point of care.
  • Read and recorded cell counts for numerous giemsa stained 16-well culture dishes

Peer Assisted Learning Facilitator, CSU Sacramento, CA, 2013- 2015

  • Lead a class of General Chemistry students through complex problems in chemistry.
  • Enforced basic chemistry concepts needed for success in the Intro Chemistry courses.
  • Tutored students who needed additional help with basic chemistry problems.

The WELL, Front Desk Attendant, CSU Sacramento, CA, January 2013- October 2013

  • Provided membership services including, selling, informing, and renewing WELL service contracts to members of the on campus gym, The WELL.
  • Kept updated information on facility programs and services.
  • Provided CSUS campus and The WELL facility tours.

Beach Village Recreational Supervisor, The Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado, CA, 2010 - 2012

  • Oversaw and supervised a staff of over 20 people daily.
  • Maintained activity reservations and retail sales to hotel guests, patrons and club members.
  • Responsible for guest services including the delivery of beach equipment.

Auxiliary Member, Sutter Roseville Medical Center, Roseville, CA, 2009  

  • Maintained a calm yet productive environment in the Emergency Room.
  • Checked in each Emergency Room patient and visitor whilst entering their information into the computer.
  • Assisted hospital personnel, and provided other services requested and approved by the hospital administration.

PRESENTATIONS

Exploring the Effects of a Novel Growth Factor Serum on Adipose Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells in an In Vitro Wound Model, Dane P. Coleal-Bergum, Jordan C. Roselli,  Andrew C. Cicchetto, Marina L. Klimovich, Manmeet K. Singh, Kayla C. Horton, John R. Chapman PhD.

Provost's Student Research Showcase
October 28th, 2014, CSU Sacramento State

Improving Student Understanding of Net Ionics through Timed Quizzes in Chemistry 1A PAL courses, Jennifer Lundmark PhD, Melissa Bardo, Jordan Roselli, Heather Hughes, Rajvir Kaur, Lauren Riddick, George Brown.

Student Research Symposium

March 6th, 2015, CSU Sacramento

Provost's Student Research Showcase

October 28th, 2014, CSU Sacramento

Natural Sciences and Mathematics Research Showcase

October 7th, 2014, CSU Sacramento

 
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