Linpeng

Freelance Chinese Translator & Medical Illustrator

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Location:Berea, Kentucky, United States
Profile:https://www.freelanced.com/linpeng
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LIN PENG
2018 Brooklyn Blvd lin_peng@berea.edu
Apt #2 (646) 407 - 0233
Berea, KY 40403

Education
Bachelor of Arts in Biology (Cellular and Molecular Concentration)
May 2015, Berea College, Berea, Kentucky

Awards and Scholarships
• Full Tuition Scholarship
• New Horizons Grant
• Carlisle Keller Macdonald Scholarship
• Dean’s List
• 1st Place, Undergraduate Research Poster Competition, Agricultural Sciences Section,
100th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Academy of Science, November 2014
• 2nd Place, Undergraduate Research Poster Competition,
Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitology, June 2014
• Vincit Qui Patitur Honor Society
• Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
• Mortar Board Honor Society
• Beta Beta Beta Honor Society
• Norman C. and Rose B. Wheeler Scholarship

Clinical Experience
Bluegrass Retina Consultant Dec. 2015 – Present
Ophthalmic Assistant
Supervisor: Wanda Health (wheath@bluegrassretina.com)
• Gathering medical records and patient information
• Taking ocular measurements, both anatomical and functional
• Administering or preparing medications
• Providing eye care and contact lens information to the patient
• Maintaining and cleaning ophthalmic instruments
• Assisting the ophthalmologist in basic procedures

College of Dentistry - University of Kentucky Jan. 2013 – Present
Advisor: Ms. LeRoy, Leslie Sweeney (leslie.leroy@uky.edu) Lexington, Kentucky
Saturday Clinic - free clinic for children
• Shadowing dental students during dental care procedures.

Dr. Ivan Lee, DDS, Dental Office June 2012 – Aug 2012
Volunteer Dental Assistant New York, New York
Advisor: Dr. Ivan Lee (212-385-9480)
• Prepped white/amalgam fillings and hygienic instruments for procedures
• Prepared X-Rays
• Sanitized Dental Instruments post-procedure
• Assisted during dental procedure
• Translated for Chinese-speaking patients

William Wang, MD, Physical Rehab Center Feb. 2009 – June 2010
Receptionist/ Assistant Physical Therapist New York, New York
Supervisor: Dr. William Wang (718- 445-8884)
• Managed confidential health information.
• Translated for Chinese-speaking patients
• Processed general medical billing
• Assisted in electric therapy

Research Experience & Publications
Berea College, Biology Program Jan. 2013 – May 2015
Student Research Assistant
Advisor: Dr. Ron Rosen (ron_rosen@berea.edu)
• Interference contrast microscopy real time image capturing
• Cotylospis insignis culturing
• Microscopic egg extraction
• Presentations: See Awards & Scholarships
• Rosen, R., H. Abe, O. Adejumo, K. Ashami, L. Ballou,
K. Montgomery, S. Toe, E. Berg and L. Peng. 2015. Mean intensity and
prevalence of Cotylaspis insignis (Trematoda: Aspidogastridae) infections
in the fat mucket, Lampsilas radiata luteola (Bivalvia: Unionidae) from
North Elkhorn Creek, a tributary of the Kentucky River in central
Kentucky, U.S.A. Comparative Parasitology (accepted for publication with
revisions)
• Rosen, R., E. Berg, L. Peng, H. Abe, O. Adejumo, K. Ashami, L. Ballou,
K. Montgomery, S. Toe, and K. Reasoner. 2015. Location and development
of the embryo within the egg of Cotylaspis insignis (Trematoda:
Aspidogastridae).Comparative Parasitology (accepted for publication with
revisions)


Berea College Biology Program & Cornell University May 2013 – June 2013
Ornithology Lab
Student Research Assistant
Advisor: Dr. Robert Foster (robert_foster@berea.edu)
• Assessment of current threats to coral reef survival (Honduras)
• Identification of local bird species (Honduras)

The Charles C. Gates Center, University of Colorado-Denver June 2014 – Aug. 2014
Student Research Assistant
Advisor: Dr. Enrique Torchia (Enrique.Torchia@ucdenver.edu)
• Polymerase chain reaction
• Primer design using FASTA
• Western blotting
• Viral transfection on FT293 cells
• HaCat, FT293, Colo16, NIH3T3, HT1080 cells culturing
• Fluorescence activated cell sorting
• Presentation: Understanding the Role of Myc in Squamous Cell
Carcinoma, 100th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Academy of
Science, Cellular and Molecular Biology Section

College of Dentistry, University of Kentucky June 2013 – Aug 2013
Student Research Assistant
Advisor: Dr. Richard J. Mitchell (rjm1@uky.edu)
• Mixing mercury and metallic powder to produce amalgam specimens
• Embedding amalgam specimens into paraffin
• Polishing paraffin
• Digital microphotographs - SigmaScan software
Volunteer and Leadership Activities
Berea College Pre-Dental Club Aug. 2012 – May 2015
Club President
• Planned fundraising events
• Organized dental hygiene presentations at local grade schools
• Organized visits to dental schools
• Organized study sessions for science classes and DAT

Berea College Student Judicial Board Aug. 2012 – Jan. 2013
Advisor: April Aldeen (April_Aldeen@berea.edu)
Co-Chair
• Provided educational and developmental advice to students.
• Heard charges of residential and campus violations
• Sanctioned students accordingly

Certified Volunteer Worker Aug. 2011 – Dec. 2011
Berea College Center for Excellence in Learning Through Service
Adopt-A-Grandparent Program
• Provided one-on-one attention to residents at nursing homes
• Organized holiday events
• Participated in fund raising events

Employment Experience
Berea College, Biology Program Aug 2013 – May 2015
Teaching Assistant
Instructor: Dr. Ron Rosen (rosenr@berea.edu)
• Laboratory preparation & maintenance
• Chemical waste deposition
• Assisted students with experimental design, analysis and writing
• Provided assistance to students during laboratory experiments

Berea College Health Services Aug 2012 – May 2013
Berea College Work/Study Program
Assistant Office Manager
• Provided assistance for individuals with disabilities
• Tracked confidential health information.
• Assisted with public events – e.g., blood drives and flu shots.

Berea College Foreign Language Department – Chinese Aug 2012 – Dec 2012
Teaching Assistant & Tutor
Instructor: Dr. Vera V. Marinova (Vera_Marinova@berea.edu)
• Monitored learning process of seventeen students
• Graded and tutored on a one-on-one basis
• Conducted foreign language lunches