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Alyssia Yutong L.
Bioengineering Major at UC Berkeley; private tutor for 4 years
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About Alyssia Yutong
I am currently a Sophomore majoring in Bioengineering with an emphasis on cell and tissue engineering. I am also considering a double major in Molecular and Cell Biology with an emphasis on Immunology. I have special interest in biochemistry, physiology, and I am very good at using math and physics models to solve biological probelms. I have a lot of hobbies. I love reading literature, especially streams of consciousness. My favorite novel includes William Faulkner's "The Sound and the Fury" and "As I lay Dying," as well as Xueqin Cao's...
Teaching Experience
I started my "teaching career" since 7th grade. As one of the top students in my class, I was alway ready to help my classmates with their math and physics problems. Soon, I became the official representative in math and engineering, and this continued into high school. In high school, I joined the school robotics lab, and soon became the teaching assistant, responsible for teaching fundamental knowledge in circuits and electrical engineering. In my Sophomore year, I founded the "hand-in-hand" group, aiming at helping middle school students...
Education
University of California - Berkeley
Bioengineering
Bachelor's Degree
2014 - 2018
Work Experience
Conboy Lab, Department of Bioengineering, UC Berkeley
2015 - 2016
Undergraduate Research Assistant to Dr. Yan Liu, Professor Irina Conboy • Analyzed MetRS gene expression in wild type and Cre-Lox knockout mice with PCR • Improved the protocol for click reaction on cells and mice tissue to examine ANL-labeled protein • Analyzed DNA sequencing data to reconstruct the transgenic vector in mice; designed primers to detect L13G mutation
University of California, Berkeley, Center of Environmental Design Research (CEDR), UC Berkeley
2015 - 2015
Student Assistant to Dr. Hui Zhang, Professor Edward Arens Jan 2015—May 2015 • Participated in designing electric circuits for personal comfort system that adjusts surrounding temperature • Troubleshot systems with mechanical and electrical problems • Designed metatable for databases; collected data worldwide and created database
China Medical University, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
2015 - 2015
Undergraduate Research Assistant to Professor Feng Li • Detected protein expression in human breast cancer cells and HeLa cells with Western Blotting • Analyzed gene expression in MCF-7 and BT-20 breast cancer cell populations with PCR and real-time PCR • Investigated breast cancer cell morphology with transmission electronic microscopy; made samples with cells and breast tissues • Lab assistant for undergraduate Sophomore lab courses; assisted in preparing chemicals and lab-use animals; instructed experiment...
New Oriental Company
2014 - 2014
Course Marketing Assistant at New Oriental Education Company • Marketed new TOEFL and SAT courses, designed course materials • Outreached to and communicated with potential students and parents • Developed course materials, and organized propagations about upcoming courses in high schools and universities
Robotics Laboratory, Northeast Yucai School
2012 - 2014
Researcher, Teaching Assistant • Designed a family-use DC supply system that saves ~20% energy used in current systems • Collected data when testing the system and made adjustments • Wrote programs with assembly language and C++ and designed MCU based circuits • Served as teaching assistant; taught students coding and electrical engineering concepts
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