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Published on June 8, 2016

Author: Frankduprey



1. 07/10/2014 To Whom It May Concern I am writing to you regarding any Entry Level Lab Technician position, I have just completed my first year in the Madison College Biotechnology Laboratory Technician Program, I believe I would be able to perform all of the job as an entry level Lab Tech. The skills I possess from previous work experience make me a valuable resource and an ideal candidate for an entry level position at a biotechnology company, or invaluable asset at a start-up company . In reviewing the attached resume, you will note that through my coursework I am acquiring valuable laboratory skills. I possess solid skills in documentation, GMP, ISO and performing work in a quality-oriented environment from previous work experience and training. I have acquired a strong mechanical aptitude. Furthermore, through my years of working in a fast-paced, and often stressful, CNC (Computer Numeric Control) machinist position, I have developed the ability to; multi-task, handle unexpected challenges, and work as part of a team or individually, as needed. Thank you for considering my application for your position. I will make a follow-up contact with your office in one week, if I have not heard from you before then. Sincerely, Frank T. Duprey Attached: Resume

2. Frank T. Duprey 220 1/2 Portage St., Lodi, WI 53555 (608) 485-0302, [email protected] SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Worked in many businesses and developed strong ability to deal with diverse people and manage multiple tasks. I have 20 years of mechanical experience in jobs that have equipped me with a varied mechanical aptitude. Currently developing skills in laboratory work through hands-on classes that met 15-20 hours per week. EDUCATION Spring, 2013-present Madison Area Technical College Madison, WI Biotechnology Laboratory Technician Program: A.A.S. degree expected spring, 2016 Selected Coursework: Biotechnology Lab Methods for a Regulated Workplace • Laboratory Math • Hazardous Materials • Biotechnology Applications • Cell Biology • General, Organic & Biological Chemistry • Bio-process Technology • Chemistry for Biotechnology • Introduction to Stem Cells Skills Acquired: • Basic laboratory skills including: proper documentation practices; pipetting; operation and calibration of balances, pH meters; spectrophotometric assays; making solutions • Familiarity with cGMP regulations and their purpose • Safe work practices when handling hazardous chemicals and biological agents • Familiarity with chemical and biological principles underlying biotechnology 1983-1985 College of the Desert PalmDesert, CA 2000 University of Wisconsin Richland Center, WI 46 CoreCredits WORK EXPERIENCE 12/2009 to 12/2012 Self Employed-Insurance Claims Adviser Madison, WI 9/2002 to 10/2009 Milwaukee Valve Prairie Du Sac, WI Promoted to a training position with CNC (Computer Numeric Control) horizontal mills. Certificates of completion of machining courses. Promoted to most technical CNC mill position in the company, machining parts for nuclear reactors for the U.S Navy ships and submarines. 1996 - 2001 Scot Industries Muscoda, WI Production chrome plating to tolerances. Promoted to maintenance man for the chrome shop. Solely responsible for repair and fabrication of all necessary parts needed for production. 1989 - 1996 Self Employed-Subcontractor Palm Desert, CA Worked on and help build homes on exclusive golf resorts in Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. 1984 -1989 Grocery Clerk Yucca Valley, CA Awards and Honors: Recipient of Wisconsin Laboratory Association Scholarship (2013),

3. Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society (2014), Deans List (2013, 2014), Published Article in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Lead in our land, water, wildlife" (May, 2013), Industrial Arts Award (1983), Sophomore Of The Year (1981) EDUCATIONAL ADDENDUM EDUCATIONAL ADDENDUM CONTINUED COURSE INSTITUTION SKILLS LEARNED/REFINED Biotechnology Laboratory Skills for a Regulated Workplace Madison Area Technical College • Basic laboratory skills including proper documentation practices • Pipetting with accuracy and precision • Making solutions • Graphing data • Performing spectrophotometric assays • Operation and calibration of Analytical Balances, pH meters • Familiarity with cGMP regulations Safety Sequence Including • Hazardous Materials Madison Area Technical College • Surveys potential laboratory hazards • Safely handling hazardous chemicals and biological agents Laboratory Math for Biotechnology Madison Area Technical College • Calculating amounts of reagents to make proper solutions • Graphing and interpreting data • Basic statistical calculations General Cell Biology Madison Area Technical College • Laboratory techniques including microscopy and introduction to experimentation • Theoretical background relating to cell structure and function; transcription, translation, and replication • General Chemistry • General, Organic & Biological Chemistry • Chemistry for Biotechnology Madison Area Technical College • Basic laboratory skills • Handling chemicals safely • Identifying chemicals • Analyzing data with Excel • Performing chemical analyses • Introduction to the structure and chemical behavior of major types of organic and biological molecules • Calculations

4. REFERENCES: Thomas C. Tubon, Jr., Ph.D. Director, Emerging Stem Cell Technologies 608- 469-6884 [email protected] Adam Jochem, AS, BS, Senior Research Specialist, Pagliarini Lab, U.W. Madison 608-263-7607 [email protected] Lester Doyle, BS Supervisor, ABS Global 608-444-1703 Bio-process Technology Madison Area Technical College •Principles of isolation, identification, improvement, and growth of microorganisms Human Stem Cell Technologies Short Course Madison Area Technical College (National Science Foundation Program) • Introduction to Stem Cell Passaging, Maintenance of cells, Cryo-preservation (thawing and freezing), working with aseptic technique inside bio safety cabinets Genomics Workshop Madison Area Technical College (National Science Foundation Program) • DNA Barcoding • DNA Amplification by PCR • Introduction to Bioinformatics

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