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Tutor profile: Jasmine T.

Jasmine T.
Clinical Research Associate and UC Berkeley Graduate
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About Jasmine

About Jasmine
Hi! My name is Jasmine and I currently hold dual roles as a clinical research coordinator and medical school applicant in the midst of interviews. I graduated from Berkeley in 2018 with a degree in Molecular and Cell Biology, and then from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health in 2019 with a Master's in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. I love all things science, medicine, public health, and wellness. In my free time I love writing, running, dancing, cooking, and playing cello.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
Throughout my undergraduate education, I was always involved in teaching and mentoring. I was a teaching assistant for a high school molecular biology camp for four years, where I taught a range of molecular biology lab skills. I also taught health education in high schools throughout the Bay Area to give teens the knowledge and skills to make their own healthy decisions. In my senior year, I wanted to use my teaching and leadership experience to create something meaningful, so I led an effort to develop and teach two student-run public health...
Johns Hopkins University
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Master's Degree
2018 - 2019
University of California - Berkeley
Molecular and Cell Biology - Immunology
Bachelor's Degree
2014 - 2018

Work Experience

Work Experience
Lillehei Clinical Research Unit, University of Minnesota, Clinical Research Coordinator
2019 - Present
•Coordinate registries and assist with coordination of therapeutic trials •Screen and recruit patients for participation in registries and therapeutic trials •Educate patients about studies, obtain consent, and conduct study surveys •Manage study documentation, perform data abstraction and analysis •Contribute to writing of manuscripts using findings from registries
Johns Hopkins Hospital Emergency Department, HIV/HCV Testing Intern
2019 - 2019
•Screened patients for HIV and HCV testing and linkage to care through EMR •Tested patients for HIV and HCV using rapid point-of-care tests •Educated patients on results and provided information on STI resources
JHSPH Dept of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology, MHS Student Researcher
2018 - 2019
•Created mutant P. falciparum lines through molecular cloning and transfection •Maintained the lines in red blood cell culture for characterization •Analyzed apicoplast protein interactions through crosslinking assays
JHSPH Dept of Epidemiology, Research Assistant
2018 - 2019
•Coded and analyzed qualitative data to assess HIV counseling in Togo •Reviewed and organized survey data to evaluate partner HIV organizations •Contributed to a systematic review on HIV prevention in West Africa
Universities Allied for Essential Medicines UC Berkeley Chapter, External Vice President
2017 - 2018
•Planned campus-wide events to promote awareness of issues in drug accessibility •Created curriculum and facilitated the affiliated class on access to medicines
The Public Health Advocate, Editor-In-Chief
2016 - 2018
•Managed content and publication of student-run public health journal, led board and member meetings •Created curriculum and facilitated the affiliated public health journalism class
UC Berkeley Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, Research Assistant
2016 - 2018
•Planned and conducted experiments to characterize IgG2c knock-in mice •Obtained mouse samples; analyzed flow cytometry, ELISA, histology, weight data •Compiled and summarized results in a comprehensive report
Rosetta Institute for Biomedical Research, Teaching Assistant
2015 - 2018
•Instructed molecular biology labs to students including PCR, western blot, flow cytometry, RT-qPCR, transfection •Answered questions about lab techniques and experimental protocols •Mentored students, planned evening activities, and supervised students in dorms
The Daily Californian, Opinion Columnist
2015 - 2018
•Wrote blog, commentaries, and news articles before transitioning to publishing a weekly opinion column on mixed race identity and the impact of labels in student life
UC Berkeley Residential and Student Services Programs, Resident Assistant
2017 - 2017
•Acted as a main contact and resource for students •Enforced dorm policies and emergency protocols •Held social events to foster community
UC Berkeley New Student Services, Freshman Orientation Leader
2017 - 2017
•Led activities and welcome events, gave campus tours, and presented information on topics including academics, student life, safety and wellness during a 10-day orientation for new students
Peer Health Exchange, Senior Health Educator
2015 - 2017
•Presented sexual and mental health lessons to high school students •Mentored new educators by providing advice and conducting assessments •Participated in trainings on, and implemented trauma-informed teaching
UC Berkeley Department of Integrative Biology, Research Assistant
2016 - 2016
•Maintained African D. melanogaster lines for genome size estimation •Carried out crosses for isolation of Y chromosome •Participated in weekly lab meetings and presented papers at journal club

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