Sample Pharmaceutical Resume

Pharmacy technician are the ones who assist the pharmacists in managing, organizing, and other pharmaceutical duties. They put labels on the bottles, manage the inventory control, and assist to manage the sums from the insurance companies. The aspirants can obtain the pharmacy technician degree. The candidate in the profile has worked as a pharmacy technician and pharmacy technician supervisor. He has strong mathematical skill to compute fractions, ratios, percentages and totals. He has a strong knowledge of aseptic techniques, physical dexterity, needles and other IV products. Her experience is characterized by the roles such as participating in provision of POD service towards community units, providing training related to medicine usage and storage to nursing.


Richard Anderson
1234, West 67 Street,
Carlisle, MA 01741,
(123)-456 7890.

Seek the Position of Senior Pharmacy Technician

A talented Pharmacy Technician with extensive experience in preparing and packaging medications for oral, topical, rectal and IV administration for inpatient use and research protocols; maintaining records for controlled substances and other such medications, supplies & equipment; inspecting medical areas and maintaining standards set by JCAHO and other important health regulation agencies.

Summary of Qualifications
Professional Experience

New York University Hospital, Tarrytown, NY
2004 - Present

Pharmacy Technician Supervisor
New York University Hospital, Tarrytown, NY
1998 - 2004

Pharmacy Technician
Education and Professional Training

Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPHT)

New York University, NY
BTEC in Pharmaceutical Sciences (1997)


Sample Pharmaceutical Resume 2

Staff scientists conduct research and analysis in the pharmacy field. Mostly, they have a Ph.D. degree with some of their work being published. They have a supervisory experience and their remuneration varies as per their experience. They offer exceptional resource in technical and intellectual field. The candidate in the profile is currently working as a staff scientist and a scientific writer. Her laboratory expertise are forensic science, vector analysis, electron microscopy, antioxidant, vivo models of diseases in rodents, and vitro models. Her experience is characterized by the duties such as making business plans, preparing executive report, medical writing and editing, grant writing, review writing, and report writing.


Richard Anderson
1234, West 67 Street,
Carlisle, MA 01741,
(123)-456 7890.


OBJECTIVE

To focus my energies and experience to enhance scientific and business aspects of medical research especially oncology, neurology, microbiology, and forensic science. I have published my own work in basic scientific research in vivo and in vitro, and conducted medical editing and writing, led project management, business development, scientific recruiting, competitive intelligence, analysis, market research and scientific event planning

SKILLS SUMMARY

Laboratory Qualifications

In vitro models: rat kidney cell, human rheumatoid arthritis-affected fibroblasts, human he inflammatory nephritis models induced following nephrectomy;

In vivo models of diseases in rodents: neurotoxin models of disease; diabetes model, ad and neck tumor and dermal fibroblast

Antioxidant research: neuroscience and nephrology

Cytokine research: cancer, nephrology and rheumatoid arthritis: prostaglandins and interleukins

Electron microscopy: transmission and scanning-preparation, microscopy and photomicrography to view: Staph. aureus on nylon stocking and tumor infiltrating lymphocytes and carcinoma cell cultures

Vector analysis: lymphocyte locomotion using mathematical models and statistics

Forensic science: gas chromatography, blood and urine alcohol analysis, microbiology

Microsoft and related experience: PowerPoint, Access, Word, Excel, Project

Business Qualifications:

Excellent interpersonal skills: strong communication skills with strong leadership abilities and emotional intelligence

Language skills: American Sign Language and Spoken German.

Business Development: market research questionnaire writing, analysis and report writing, competitive intelligence in pharmaceutical sector for small and big Pharma companies regarding mammalian cell culture, high-throughput crystallography, micro arrays, high-throughput screening, laser capture micro-dissection and RNA amplification tools. Original electronic manufacturing (OEM) industry interviews conducted.

Writing and editing: Business plan and executive report preparation, medical writing and editing, grant writing, review writing, report writing and editing, annotated bibliographies of research.

Recent Accomplishments:

Incorporation of a company: Southern California Pharmaceutical Discussion Group was dissolved and in its place BioScience Forum was incorporated in 2002. I was chair-elect, then VP and headed this project.

Entrepreneurial Lead Finding: Bio-informatics Company GeneticXchange, VC company Firsthand Principles. Strategic Management Company Mega ventures UK.

Event planning and fund raising:

POSITIONS HELD

Senior Staff Scientist, Scientific Writer - Aug 2003 to Present

Neuroscience and Proteomics Department of Hoog Lab, Bucks Institute for Age Research, Novato.
Consultant - Senior Analyst, Medical Writer & Editor - 1999 to July 2003 Experimental Scientist, Assay Development - 1992 to 1993 Biocircuits, Inc.

Research Assistant, Nephrology - 1989 to 1990 University of London

Doctoral Fellow, Head and Neck Cancer - 1984 to 1990 University of London

Scientific Officer, Forensic Microbiology - 1980 to 1984 London Metropolitan Police Force

EDUCATION

Postgraduate: 1985-1989 University College Hospital Medical School, Department of Bacteriology ,London, England : Ph.D. University of London 1990. Ear, Nose and Throat Pathology, University of London

Supervisor: Professor Lewis Michaels

Thesis title: Tissue Culture of Human Laryngeal Carcinoma.

Undergraduate: 1978-1982 University of Surrey, Department of Microbiology, Guildford, England

B.Sc. University of Surrey 1982. Microbiology (with honors)

Four-year professional course including one year working in microscopic forensic laboratory.


Sample Pharmaceutical Resume 3

The lab assistants work on the samples in the laboratory; they perform bio-chemical tests on different samples as requested by Lab Scientists and scientific officer using the analytical system. They put labels on the tested samples. The candidate in the profile has worked as a lab assistant, help desk worker and dispatcher. His major roles as a lab assistant are preparing laboratory apparatus and assignments, guiding students in exploration and observation with laboratory instruments, and assisting undergraduate students in lab assignments. He is an ACS certified lab assistant and his major courses are environmental chemistry, differential equations, and advanced inorganic chemistry.


Richard Anderson
1234, West 67 Street,
Carlisle, MA 01741,
(123)-456 7890.


Honors in Chemistry, ACS certified,
(May,2000). Roanoke College, Salem, VA
GPA: 4.75

Related Coursework: Honors Research, Advanced Physical Chemistry, Advanced Organic Chemistry,
Environmental Chemistry, Differential Equations, Advanced Inorganic Chemistry,
Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Topology.

Publications: Hollandsworth, C.W; Hollis, W.G"Synthesis of New Homo-bimetallic Complexes using the 1-1'-Bis-Cp-Hexafluorobiphenyl Ligand" 1999 (in publication).

Hollandsworth, C.W.; Hollis, W.G.; "Arene/Olefin Photocycloadditions Employing Alkenyl-Borolane Esters." Poster, 1997 ACS National Convention, Dallas, TX.

Experience: Chemistry Dept. Lab Assistant, Roanoke College, Salem, VA 1997-2000
  • Assisted undergraduate students in general ,physical and inorganic, chemistry lab assignments.
  • Prepared laboratory apparatus and assignments.
  • Guided students in explorations and observations with laboratory instruments (e.g. NMR, IR, GC/MS, spec-20, UV/VIS).
Info. Services Helpdesk Worker, Roanoke College, Salem, VA 1997-2000
  • Provided online and phone support to faculty and undergraduate students on hardware and software issues related to the campus-wide Local Area Network.
  • Led class demonstrations on popular software packages (e.g. MS Word, MS Excel, NS Page Composer Netscape Communicator).
Dispatcher, Roanoke College Campus Safety, Salem, VA 1999-2000
  • Dispatched and Instructed campus safety officers to a variety of on-campus complaints.
  • Answered several important phone calls to Roanoke College from within the community.
Summer Worker, Stone Container Corporation, Martinsville, VA
Summer 1995 and 1997
  • Completed a wide variety of tasks related to the production of corrugated containers including inventory, finishing and conversion.

Activities/Honors: Chemical Society, president 1998-98
Omicron Delta service fraternity
Alpha Lambda Delta honor

Junior Scholar Award

Organic Chemistry Award


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