Details-focused Study Director with Ph.D. in Neuroscience eager to offer broad scope of industry experience and academic background toward maximizing the success of a progressive employer within the field of vision research.
Integral leader who excels in state-of-the-art vision research, including contributing talents in pre-clinical in-vivo testing.
Top performer who offers strong experience in physiological and visual neuroscience, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, microsurgical procedures, in vivo electrophysiology, and optical imaging.
Ambitious self-starter who leads training / development of staff scientists to ensure seamless regulatory and testing processes.
Excellent communicator who successfully liaises among clientele to advise various parties on company capabilities and regulatory guidelines, as well as to develop protocols, provide pricing, manage in-life, and meet time reporting timelines.
Proactive researcher who showcases superior attention-to-detail and sharp analytical abilities.
Active member of the IACUC (Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee).
Ph.D., Neuroscience, The City University of New York B.S., Biology, University of Massachusetts
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Utilize broad scope of industry knowledge to direct the technical conduct of studies per GLP regulations and represent the principal point of study control for activities related to FDA, ISO, and / or OECD compliance for in-vivo studies.
Manage protocol development and approval, execution of experiments according to protocol, documentation of deviations and amendments, data review and analysis, and incorporation of results into study reports and records.
Ensure study success by managing projects to maximize use of resources and meet targeted timelines and quality standards.
Lead staff scientist training in study-related SOPs, including focusing on ocular techniques such as intraocular pressure measurement, electroretinogram recording, irritation and corneal sensitivity evaluation, ocular dissection, and injections.
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Contributed sharp analytical abilities toward examining critical early stages of visual processing, including determining interactions within neuronal network of visual cortex using optical imaging and electrode recordings in alert rhesus macaques.
Successfully trained macaques to perform visual tasks using operant conditioning techniques.
Graduate Research Assistant (1999 C 2005)
Expertly assessed function of neurons in visual cortex by determining the relationship between anatomical connections to neuronal response properties, including ascertaining anatomical connectivity in cortex by conducting recovery experiments involving neuronal tracer injections in anesthetized ferrets.
Measured response properties of visual cortical neurons using in vivo electrode recordings in ferrets while offering comprehensive experience in tissue fixation, tissue sectioning, immunohistochemistry, histochemical staining, and microscopy.
Adjunct Lecturer (1997 C 2005)
Employed effective teaching strategies to plan and present physiology instruction to undergraduates.
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