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2900 Purchase Street, Purchase, NY 10577 ● tsegayeh@mville.edu ● 914-338-9745

Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY
Bachelor of Science, expected May 2012
Major: Biochemistry Minor: Mathematics GPA: 3.84

Tri Beta Honor Society, Castle Scholar, Presidential Scholar, Duchesne Scholar, International Leadership Award

The enhancement of the neuroprotective effects of Sylimarin and Silibinin by the addition of phosphatidylcholine and various bioantioxidant Vitamin E against neurotoxin induced Parkinsonian symptoms in B-35 neuroblastoma cells. Presented results at Society for Neuroscience and American Society for cell Biology conferences

Lab: spectrophotometer, Polymerase Chain Reaction technology, gene recombination, Histological techniques, cell-culture techniques, gel electrophoresis
Computer: Laser Gene software; MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY
Histology Lab Assistant, Department of Biology, Fall 2011-Winter 2011
· Teach students proper skills and techniques used in histology lab such as embedding, cutting sections and staining slides
· Demonstrate equipment to new users, including microscopes, microtomes and incubators

Chemistry Lab Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Fall 2011-present
· Prepare experiments for five Introduction to Chemistry lab sections each semester
· Responsible for inventory management of lab materials and equipments
· Ensure safety and cleanliness of lab

Student instructor/ Tutor, Spring 2009-Summer 2011
· Tutored college students taking Principles of Biology introductory course and Organic Chemistry

Supplemental instructor, Department of Physics, Fall 2011-Present
· Hold weekly study sessions for an introductory course in Physics.

Resident Advisor, Fall 2009 -Present
· Design social and educational programs for approximately 400 residents
· Directly responsible for safety and well being of 43 residents
· Address any incidents that arise such as illegal alcohol consumption and roommate conflicts
· Organize annual Leadership Conference for six participating colleges

Media Services Office Assistant, Fall 2009 -Present
· Deliver audio visual equipment to various rooms on campus and instruct users
· Videotape and edit campus large and small scale events

Worldwide Orphans Foundation Volunteer, Summer 2008
· Designed child-centered educational games and activities to promote a positive camp culture
· Ensured the safety of the camp and students
Member, Tri Beta Honor Society, UNICEF Club




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