Morgan Ryan

Recently graduated Biological sciences major.
Recently graduated Biological sciences major.
  • Austin, Texas
  • April 29, 2019

Exceptional skills in Bioinformatics.
Superior skill in Anatomy and Taxonomy of Vertebrates.
Proficient study of genetic linkage, gene interaction, expression, and mapping. • Strong knowledge in Microbiology, Ecology, and Cellular Biology.
Good with prepping animal specimens and taking a variety of tissue samples. • Familiarity with CRISPR cas9 and genome editing.
Good oral and written communication skills

Familiarity and skill handling live specimens and deceased specimens.

E-mail
Morganryan09@outlook.com
Phone Number
8063927388

Education

Biological Sciences Degree with a Minor in Chemistry and American Sign Language @ Texas Tech University
Aug 2015 — Current
B.S. in Biological Sciences with a 3.357 GPA from the Honors College
• Minor in Chemistry and American Sign Language
• Recognitions: Presidential Scholarship, Dean’s List, Honors College Scholarship
• Activities: Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Experience

Sales Associate/ Fuel Clerk @ United Supermarkets
Jul 2017 — Apr 2019
Worked as a cashier and front end sales associate.
Attained promotion to Fuel Sales Clerk.
Trained other employees in front end sales.
Delivered excellent customer service
Amarillo Biomedical Research Intern @ Amarillo Pharmacy School and Texas Tech Honors College
May 2016 — Jul 2016
Studied the use of nanoparticles as a delivery method for drugs through the blood-brain
barrier.
• Examined Epithelial Volt/Ohm meters to qualitatively measure cell monolayer health and
cell confluence.
• Contributed to breast cancer research in developing nanoparticle carrier systems to
improve cancer drug delivery through the blood-brain barrier while avoiding healthy
cells.
• Used TEER Assay to explore and test potential mechanisms for delivery of brain pene-
trating nanoparticles.
• Edited and reviewed “Targeting Brain Tumor and Brain Metastases using Brain Pene-
trating Peptide and Long Circulating Nanoemulsions” By Xinli Liu and Tanvirul Hye

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