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Skilled medical student with honors-level performances and competitive ranking in the top 20 in class. Attended the University of Michigan medical school. Undergraduate work in biotech. Also hold a master’s degree in microbiology. Medical experience includes three years’ of work as an EMT while attending school.
- Strong problem-solving skills, especially when dealing with complications that involve discerning subtle patterns or trends.
- Expert experience and practice with first aid and emergency procedures, provided by past work experience and EMT training.
- Patient and communicative, interpersonal communication skills as developed in teaching and mentorship settings and reinforced through practice as a first responder.
- Excellent understanding of pharmacology and the chemistry that underlies the use of medication.
- Professional education and training in the investigation of disease processes at the cellular level.
- Acted as a first responder in a variety of emergency medical situations, including cardiac arrest and trauma.
- Provided first aid and stabilizing care to a variety of patients while documenting their vital stats and reporting to other medical professionals.
- Coordinated the transfer of patients to care facilities to ensure they had access to full medical care as appropriate for their emergency needs.
- Monitored pool area for safety concerns and communicated feedback to pool users to help them keep safe.
- Provided emergency first aid response and rescue as needed to swimmers experiencing trouble in the pool.
- Delivered expert instruction to new and intermediate swimmers in class settings.
- Assisted with childcare and youth instruction classes.
- Performed cleaning tasks as necessary throughout the facility.
- Worked to ensure a positive experience for all every day.
In addition to my work in medicine, I also enjoy swimming competitively and cycling for recreation. I travel to attend several competitive events each year for swimming. I also volunteer my services at a local women’s shelter two nights a week and financially support the local shelter as I am able to do so, even if that means participating in fundraisers instead of donating to them.