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Nan Ma Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 617-678-4903 email@example.com Summary Results-oriented and self-motivated Scientist with extensive experience in molecular cell biology. Proven expertise in genetics, cell biology, DNA manipulation, protein biochemistry and microscopy. Solid knowledge of clinical research with a strong business acumen. Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and problem solving skills. Works well independently or in a team with the ability to learn new concepts and ideas. Fluent in written and oral English, Chinese (Mandarin) and Japanese. U. S. permanent resident. Core Competencies Cell Culture Molecular Cloning Chromosome Banding Bacterial Artificial Chromosome FRAP Flow Cytometry Confocal Fluorescence Microscopy FACS Microinjection Protein Production & Purification FISH RNAi Immunofluorescene Presentation Skills Solution Selling Professional Experience Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 2010-Present Research Fellow Designs and performs experiments. Writes research protocols as well as lab standard operating procedures. Prepares manuscripts for publication in scientific journals. • Characterizes new functions of the protein 4.1R, a tumor suppressor protein, allowing for more effective treatments of meningioma. • Determines the new mechanism of protein 4.1R, whose deficiency is associated with hemolytic anemia, in regulating distribution of protein Numb during erythroid differentiation to determine better ways to control hemolytic anemia. • Trains graduate students in molecular biology and cell culture techniques increasing understanding of concepts. • Research abstract was selected for an oral presentation at the Red Cells Gordon Research Conference of 2013. University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA 2008-2010 Postdoctoral Research Fellow Designed and performed experiments. Prepared manuscripts for publication in scientific journals and worked with the supervisor to prepare figures and edit proposals. Trained and coached graduate students in molecular biology and cell culture techniques. • Developed a much more efficient, generic and scalable approach for bacterial artificial chromosome- based transgenesis in mammalian tissue culture cells. • Characterized the dynamics of oncoprotein TPX2 and determined the new mechanism of the protein in regulating protein Eg5, which improved understanding of how TPX2 is regulated during cell division to develop better treatments of controlling tumor. • Research results were published in 4 top scientific journals. N. Ma Page 2 Osaka University, Osaka, Japan 2004-2006 Teaching Assistant Prepared lesson outlines and plans for specific subjects and submitted to teachers for review. Instructed and monitored students in the proper use and care of equipment and materials. • Teaching abilities received excellent evaluations by both teachers and students. • Worked with students to help them learn the concepts which improved the quality of learning. • Communicated with professors regarding assigned duties to coordinate and improve instructional efforts. JUSCO, Osaka, Japan 2005-2006 Sales Representative Developed new clients and sold to new and existing clients. • Grew the customer based which resulted in increased sales. • Increased sales by 10% in one year. • Conducted sales presentations which positively impacted sales. Education/Certifications Clinical Research Certificate, William F. Connell School of Nursing Continuing Education, Boston College, U. S. Ph.D., Dynamic Cell Biology, Osaka University, Japan M.S., Biofunctional Science, Hirosaki University, Japan B.S., General Biology, Harbin Normal University, China Computer Skills Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe Photoshop, MetaMorph, SlideBook, FlowJo and GraphPad Prism Honors and Awards Outstanding Student Award, Harbin Normal University Caihuoshi Fellow, Harbin Normal University Japanese Government Scholarship, Osaka University Selected Publications Nan Ma, Janel Titus, Alyssa Gable, Jennifer L. Ross and Patricia Wadsworth (2011). Journal of Cell Biology 195, 87-98. Nan Ma, Sachihiro Matsunaga, Akihiro Morimoto, Gyosuke Sakashita, Takeshi Urano, Susumu Uchiyama and Kiichi Fukui (2011). Journal of Cell Science 124, 394-404. Nan Ma, U. S. Tulu, Nick P. Ferenz, C. Fagerstrom, Andrew Wilde and Patricia Wadsworth (2010). Molecular Biology of the Cell 21, 979-988. Nan Ma, Sachihiro Matsunaga, Hideki Takata, Rika Ono-Maniwa, Sesame Uchiyama and Kiichi Fukui. (2007). Journal of Cell Science 120, 2091-2105.
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