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John Hill - Freelance Screenwriting & Writing
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I offer many and varied skills over many years of experience. These include: Leading colleagues in effective teams Communicating effectively at all levels – in any format Preparing Business Plans including Budgeting Liaising with clients and senior associates Organizing, Planning, Fine-tuning Events and Projects to Predetermined and Agreed Standards, within Budget Applying the Principles...
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Rowen Smith - Freelance Screenwriting & Script Writing
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Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

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Daniel Hanley - Freelance Medical Translation & Book Writing
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SUMMATIVE PROFILE Physician with clinical, teaching, and writing experience: Interested in contributing as a freelancer to assist others who may need short-term or temporary help. EDUCATION Loyola University Chicago, Maywood, Illinois Doctor of Medicine - graduated December 2012 The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland Master of Science (Biotechnology) - graduated May 2007 The College of New Jersey, Ewing, New Jersey Bachelor of Science (Business Administration, Biology) - graduated August 2005 OVERALL EXPERIENCE Rockford Health System, Rockford, Illinois Epic Superuser - April 2013 to May 2013 Problem: Hospitalist physician needed to admit patient to his service. Actions: Worked with physician one-on-one; detailed steps towards admitting patient, assisted with writing admissions history and physical with all requisite billing and coding terminology, helped to reconcile home and current medications and inputting orders/order sets, and ensured final review to ensure continuity of care, with additional reinforcement geared towards independence. Result: Satisfied and confident physician. • Formulated and executed plans to bolster familiarity of up to 50 physicians and 100 nurses with Overview and Navigation sections of Epic Hyperspace work stations • Collaborated with Epic consultants to relate technical build to physician perspective • Presented and simplified various note types by utilizing NoteWriter and SmartTools • Supported and explained clinical suggestions appearing BestPractice Advisories • Reinforced good experiences with positive feedback and inspiration Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois Adjunct Professor (Organic Chemistry) - January 2013 to April 2013 Problem: Several students were concerned about poor performance on laboratory reports.? Actions: Provided individualized and intensive feedback regarding expectations to be met, and how to develop critical-thinking process; implemented 'extra' credit for work already performed to help improve scores; maintained high standards, transparency of grading process, and overall fairness.? Result: All students who received more intensive feedback saw quantifiable increase in grades with a higher level of confidence in "thinking beyond the problem", which will translate well towards their future performances. • Implemented curriculum and course planning for a 14-week semester in Organic Chemistry • Managed chemistry laboratory for ~40 college students across two sections • Developed requisite skills for future success, such as critical thinking, explanations of thought process, and thorough research of questions to be answered • Evaluated students through weekly laboratory reports consisting of attained results and their deductions • Adapted course specifications and grading policy according to students’ needs and abilities Loyola University Health System, Melrose Park, Illinois Epic Superuser - January 2013 to March 2013 Problem: Outside physicians were sometimes frustrated and reluctant to implement an unfamiliar and complicated electronic health record system, refusing to put in orders necessary for smooth transition of care. Actions: Worked one-on-one with recalcitrant physicians, identified those who would benefit from additional group training sessions, and evaluated daily progress using support logs, with supervisors taking advice on various ‘tweaking’ of interfaces to better streamline and standardize order sets for admissions, transfers, and discharges. Result: All physicians with one-on-one interactions developed sufficient functionality and gratification to allow them to continue working with the system for further improvement. • Enhanced workflow development of up to 100 physicians and 200 nurses with overall application of Epic Hyperspace and its underlying tools for patient care • Attained experience level from user perspective to equivalence of Subject Matter Expert, receiving personalized requests to assist on a daily basis • Reviewed tasks to be completed for each individual regarding messages within their In-Basket; rounding, admission, and discharge orders/order sets; and medication/order reconciliation for each level of care • Provided encouragement and more in-depth assistance for physicians and nurses who experienced fears and frustrations to enable to take the next step The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland Research Program Coordinator - January 2008 to July 2008 Problem: Several patients were lost to follow-up, even while their pertinent clinical trial was still ongoing. Actions: Notified collaborators and appropriate representatives from sponsoring company, with Principal Investigator copied on all communications; tracked down all patient information and obtained accurate and current information; obtained patient permission to allow periodic monitoring, even after conclusion of their trial-specific therapy, for time period of overall clinical trial reporting. Result: Improved and accurate reporting of patient status and potential adverse events, allowing for easier transition for subsequent Research Program Coordinators. • Submitted, verified, and maintained protocol-specific information on the Web Protocol Library for ~4 large (50+ patient) clinical trials in the lung cancer research arm of the Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center • Prepared and submitted annual renewal requests, amendments, and adverse event reporting with clinical input according to Institutional Research Board (IRB) and sponsor requirements • Verified patient eligibility for specific studies • Wrote audit summary reports and responses with input from the Principal Investigator The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland Senior Laboratory Technician - June 2006 to January 2008 Problem: Not all human microscopic specimens showed reproducibility and reliability of potential markers of cancer progression, even with mouse samples being experimentally valid, which impeded analysis of results and subsequent conclusions drawn.? Actions: Double-checked known literature and data from collaborative laboratories; worked with post-doctoral fellow to rule out laboratory and user errors; contacted biotechnology companies responsible for producing their specific protein markers for further insight; obtained different but related markers to examine efficacy.? Results: Initial protein markers were too weak to yield statistically significant results, but changing to the aforementioned related markers showed more conclusive evidence of changes in protein expression regarding cancer progression; also utilized real-time PCR for quantitative results. • Performed laboratory experiments as outlined by the Principal Investigator and post-doctoral research fellows, particularly as they pertained to elucidating components of the Hedgehog signaling pathway and its relationship to non-small cell lung cancer, esophageal adenocarcinoma, and basal cell carcinoma • Collected, organized, and inspected results for research validity and reproducibility • Identified and diagnosed potential issues when data obtained did not lead to expected or desired outcomes • Interpreted and critiqued relevant research publications with independent conclusions formed PERTINENT MEDICAL SCHOOL EXPERIENCE Admissions Interviewer, Committee on Admissions - July 2009 to March 2013 Objective was to independently review candidates’ applications and conduct interviews for potential admission into medical school, based on preliminary screenings by the Dean and Assistant Dean of Admissions. • Evaluated components of ~100 total candidates’ applications through review of their recommendations, extra-curricular activities, personal statement, and Loyola-specific essays • Developed insight into personal characteristics, interpersonal skills, and motivation for entry into medicine and Loyola through the main interview • Conducted post-interview process through review of academic performance (since ‘numbers’ may influence judgment of interview) • Summarized thought process and rationale for acceptance, wait-list, or rejection of candidate for review by Committee on Admissions at large Member, Central Curricular Authority - July 2009 to June 2010 Objective was to have a voice in the role of management and transformation of the medical school curriculum. • Reviewed and discussed various proposals for change, such as introduction of new relevant topics (i.e. government’s role in healthcare reform, evolving ethical issues in medicine), as well as elimination of redundant or less relevant material (such as topics within biochemistry) • Convened on a monthly basis for debate and voting Editor/Writer at Vital Signs - July 2008 to June 2010 Objective was to educate the campus community about bioethical and medical humanities topics, and to encourage discussion about issues facing present and future generations of physicians. • Examined and analyzed the focus of medical research versus humanitarian service; the role and impact of health care reform from a societal perspective; and necessary curricular changes for undergraduate medical education • Evaluated peer work for editorial changes and/or inclusion into the publication • Maintained high level of journalistic quality • Recruited new editors and writers to continue focus on encouraging intellectual stimulation and awareness of physician responsibilities to society MEDICAL SCHOOL DISTINCTIONS Honors in Research - July 2009 to March 2013 Objective was to utilize past knowledge and experience to bring a higher-level thought process and expertise towards advancement of basic research clinical trials. • Developed the main research project in conjunction with the Principal Investigator, involving mixed-lineage leukemia (MLL) • Collaborated with graduate students and laboratory manager to hypothesize and provide evidence in support of the role of MLL fusion proteins leading to aberrant microRNA (specifically, miR-17 and miR-20a) expression, causing increased proliferation, abnormal hematopoietic differentiation, and ultimate contribution to leukemogenesis • Investigated and interpreted results of inhibition of the microRNA functions with specific antagomirs, leading to deleterious effects on cell proliferation, cell survival, and colony-forming abilities • Summarized and maintained data collection via record-keeping in the laboratory notebook and graphical analysis of results Honors in Bioethics and Professionalism - July 2009 to March 2013 Objective was to incorporate personal and professional experiences towards independently developing a specific plan for curricular reform in medical education, geared towards creating highly functional graduates capable of adapting to upcoming changes in medicine and full utilization of various infrastructural technologies designed to assist the medical professional. • Created and streamlined ideas for adapting medical curriculum to become more highly relevant for required licensing exams, and introducing first- and second-year medical students as key members of the team in the clinical setting • Emphasized concept of vertical and longitudinal curriculum, as opposed to current standard of horizontal, discrete curriculum, whereby repetition and experience favor retention of knowledge, as opposed to heavy focus on specific subsets with little to no formalized repetition afterwards • Presented formal paper and poster to senior faculty of the Department of Bioethics, with subsequent presentation to senior members of the medical school administration at large PHYSICIAN-SPECIFIC SKILLS • Thorough understanding of medical terminologies, differential diagnoses with assessments and plans, procedures and medications, various study results • Administering injections and other medications or treatments • Calculating medical dosages • Collecting of clinical data, complete physical examinations, and patient assessments • Communicating technical information, making presentations on health or medical issues • Counseling patients concerning diet, nutrition, exercise, community resources • Following institutional care, examining room, infectious disease, and surgical procedures using all pertinent sterile and/or sanitation practices • Ordering relevant laboratory and imaging tests • Prescribing or recommending medications, medical devices, or other treatments • Performing minor surgery and non-invasive medical diagnostic techniques • Excellent writing and editorial skills, particularly for health/medical documents and patient, management, and/or government reports • Demonstrated excellent organizational and time management skills • Demonstrated leadership in a team environment • Ability to perform detailed scientific analysis/evaluation of specialized information to support problem-solving and decision-making skills • Proficiency working in all aspects of Microsoft Office applications and medical/scientific publication databases/resources, such as PubMed • Proven communication and interpersonal skills MEDICAL WRITING SKILLS • Member of American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) • Has thorough understanding of medical terminology and scientific writing, differential diagnoses with assessments and plans, procedures and medications, labs and imaging results • 80+ words/minute typing speed • High-level content writing and experience with many types of clinical publications and regulatory documents • Expert knowledge of U.S. and international regulations, requirements and guidance associated with scientific publications or clinical regulatory document preparation and submissions, and ability to advise teams regarding compliance with regulations • Expert knowledge of current electronic document management systems and information technology • Excellent written and oral communication skills • Expert in assimilation and interpretation of scientific content with adeptness in ability to translate for appropriate audience • High-level knowledge of statistical concepts and techniques • Has superior attention to detail, and the ability to find and correct errors in spelling, punctuation, grammar, consistency, clarity and accuracy • Expert in word processing, flow diagrams, and spreadsheets, and has excellent working knowledge of software programs in any Windows environment, no matter the version • Has extensive experience in working with collaborative, cross-functional teams • Can independently resolve document content issues and questions arising during the writing process • Can recognize potential scheduling and resource conflicts for projects across therapeutic area/product assignments, and provide recommendations to resolve • Can identify and propose ways to resolve conflicts and work to ensure teams achieve project goals OTHER SKILLS ATTAINED • Biotechnology and molecular biology techniques, such as PCR-based genotyping; real-time PCR; reverse transcription; primer designing; DNA/RNA isolations, extractions, purifications; DNA sequencing; RNA interference; mouse dissections, harvesting of tissues; immunohistochemistry; immunofluorescence • Various electronic medical record systems, including Epic and other EMR, EHR systems • “Meaningful Use” of Epic Hyperspace: outstanding documentation requirements through In-Basket; Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE); Problem List development; Emergency Department TrackBoard; NoteWriter; SmartPhrases, SmartLinks, SmartTexts, SmartLists; Doc Flowsheets; Admissions Navigator, Rounding Navigator, Discharge Navigator; Medication and Order Reconciliations, After Visit Summaries; Level of Service Charges • College, university, medical teaching; faculty-level information technology, such as Blackboard; curriculum innovation, design, assessment; medical ethics; admissions
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Neelam Patil - Freelance Database Design & Database Programming
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4.5
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$10
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Hello This is Neelam Patil from INDIA.I have MCA degree with distinction from India.also i have 1 year of company experience in web development.I came here on h4 visa that why i can't do job here.I have very good knowledge about programming knowledge like (c,c++,java,PHP,.NET,HTML,VB etc.)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Lindsey Start - Freelance Drawing & Painting
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3.0
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$40
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Education May 2013 Pacific Lutheran University Bachelors of Arts in Secondary Education with studio art minor GPA: 3.2 Professional Experience November 2012-December 2012 Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma, WA Student exhibition Art Show • Submitted and showed three of my own original art work. September 2012-December 2012 Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma, WA Disability services note taker • Took detailed notes of lectures and discussions for students with disabilities • Made copies of notes and submitted them to student boxes May 2012-May 2013 Ray Brandt Tacoma, WA Commissioned painter • Completed one 24 by 24 painting from June 2012 to August 2012 • June 2012 to May 2013 painting of family portrait • Discuss and receive feedback on painting in progress February 2012-May 2012 Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma, WA Photography Lab Assistant • Prepared and mixed film developing chemicals • Supervised, managed, and cleaned photography lab and dark room area November 2011- Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma, WA December 2012 Student exhibition Art Show • Submitted and showed two of my own original art work. September 2011-May 2012 Clover Park S.D. Tacoma, WA High School Senior Mentor • Facilitated and guided high school seniors with their Culminating projects September 2011-April 2012 Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma, WA Bridges Mentor – 4th Grade • Built relationships with elementary schools children (big buddy) • Participated games and activities with my mentee April 2011-September 2012 Puyallup Church of the Nazarene Puyallup, WA Nursery Attendant • Interact and care for children from ages birth through three years old • Supervise youth volunteers • Organize and maintain a safe and creative play area for children Key Characteristics Enthusiastic, Attentive, hard-working, positive, compassionate, caring, and passionate.
Oxnard, California, United States
Meagan Spencer - Freelance Comic Art & Children's Book Illustration
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to start with I am a self taught artist. I do not own any degrees or have any experience in this work force but I am willing to learn all i can so i can achieve that experience. I love to draw and see how other react to my creations.
Grants, New Mexico, United States
Christine Nossoughi - Freelance Graphic Design & Animal Illustration
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I have been a professional sculptor for 20 years. I have worked in clay and finished products in bronze and cast stone. I studied in NYC and Europe 1990-1999. Art Students league, National Academy of Design, British Art Institute, Newington-Cropsey Academy of Art, Fantasy Foundation Academy of Art, Ridgewood Art Institute, 3 month Study/Travel Scholarship in Italy (1998). My work can be found in collections of President GW. Bush, Vanderbilt University and among private collectors.
Denver, Colorado, United States
Joanna Clark - Freelance Graphic Design & Journalistic Photography
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE TISANE SONORE 2013 • Booking Agent EMB Venue, Paris 2010-2013 • Graphic Designer Communication • Promoter assistant • Member of the decisional comity • Volunteers manager Overview of the job : Promotional design, photography, organization, led 20 students and young professionals STREET RULES • Paris 2010-2011 • Photojournalist, blogger Overview of the job : Wrote articles on the website after events FRAICHE Communication 2009-2010 • Freelance Graphic Artist Overview of the job : Promotional design ORIGINAL IC, Paris 2008-2010 • Art Director, Production Chief Overview of the job : Product design, illustration, photography, packaging, branding, advertising, webdesign MICROMANIA, Paris 2007 - 2008 • Sales person video games Overview of the job : Assistant manager, opened and closed store, received and counted the stock and sold products EDUCATION IRMA Institute, Lille France, 2013 Professional training in Music Management University of Vincenne, Paris France, 2009-2010 Degree in European cultural Art management ITECOM Institute, Paris France, 2007-2009 Professional training of Graphic Design, Publicity, Edition and Webdesign Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Major in Visual Communication ALBERS Workshop, Paris, France 2006 Preparatory class of Applied Arts Lycee Van Gogh, Paris France, 2005 Baccalaureat Communication Commercial and Marketing ADDITIONAL SKILLS Proficient with : Abode InDesign Lightroom Abode Illustrator Abode Photoshop Dreamweaver Quark Xpress Social Media MS Office Suite Familiar with : Abode Premiere Pro Abode Flash Final Cut Languages : English French Spanish Italian (understood)
paris, Ile-de-France, France
Bryson Smith - Freelance Painting & Drawing
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Currently a Fine Art student but have had many years of artistic experience. Works tend to focus on figure, color and their synthesis through composition. Emphasis on 2-D works, but work in a wide range of media and genres.
Dayton, Ohio, United States
Gar Meraz - Freelance Tradeshow Marketing & Graphic Design
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Gar Méraz 240 Kennebec Ave. Apt. C Long Beach, CA 90803 garafixdesigns@hotmail.com (310) 999-4475 SKILLS • CS5 -Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, QuarkXpress, Flexi Signmaker, Corel Draw,Word. • Excellent knowledge of sign making, typography, package design, and printing process. • Tradeshow design, package design, production layout, scanner experience. • Cross-platform skilled in both Mac and PC environment. • Positive attitude, team player, never late, honest and hardworking. EXPERIENCE Coeste Design & Exhibits - CA 12/07 - present Graphic Designer • Created displays and exhibits for large-scale trade shows and P.O.P. • Operated CNC Enroute 3 machine and Roland printer. • Used vinyl plotter for logo production and 3D displays. • Applied vinyl artwork to automobiles and businesses. ABI Company - CA 3/07-12/07 Freelance Graphic Designer • Digitized artwork and logos for publication. • Photographed displays for catalogues and exhibits. • Created catalogues, promotional advertisements, brochures, and flyers. Premier Displays & Exhibits - CA 1/04 - 3/07 Production Artist /Tradeshows • I & D showfloor experience. (CES, E3 Show, Disney, Epson, Alpine, Sony). • Skilled in lamination, hand tools, power tools, scissor lift, shop experience. • Created displays and exhibits for trade show clients to showcase new products. • Used vinyl plotter for large-scale logo production and displays. • Operated CNC router and hi-res printers. Creative Arts Group - NYC 4/00-11/03 Assistant Art Director • Created promotional advertisements, brochures, newsletters and catalogues. • Coordinated design layouts for clients, small business owners and entrepreneurs. • Responsible for training, monitoring and evaluating designers responsibilities. Modell's Sporting Goods Advertising - NYC 8/98-4/00 Graphic Designer • Produced monthly advertisements that were circulated throughout New York City. • Scanned hi-resolution images that created graphically detailed layouts. • Designed promotional displays for major league teams like the Yankees, Mets & Jets. • Created signage, displays, and billboards for New Balance, Adidas, and Timberland. EDUCATION Fashion Institute of Technology New York City, Advertising Design B.A. degree, 1996
Long Beach, California, United States