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Arial Sales ManagerJun 2016 - Jul 2016 (1 month)
Sales representative from Milan
InternishipAug 2015 - Sep 2015 (1 month)
Received extensive training on laboratory procedures for the cytogenetic and molecular analysis of various genetic syndromes. These included cell cultivation, G-banding, DNA extraction from blood lymphocytes and fetal tissues, PCR based methodologies (ARMS-PCR, multiplex PCR, MS-PCR), gel electrophoresis, mutation screening, DNA sequencing, MLPA, a-CGH.
InternshipJun 2015 - Jul 2015 (1 month)
• Observed laboratory procedures including egg collection, egg/sperm analysis and the whole IVF process. • Learned to work with organization and be part of a team.
InternshipJun 2014 - Jul 2014 (1 month)
• Elective student in Paediatric Cardiology • Clinical Cardiology on the wards and in the outpatient clinics • Cross-sectional Echocardiography • Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging and CT • Cardiac Physiology • Electrophysiology • Cardiac Morphology • Multidisciplinary team meetings • Discussed and analysed the patient’s symptoms with the doctor and concluded with possible diagnosis and treatment, therefore utilising my critical thinking and analytical skills.
Biology2013 - 2016 (3 years)
GCP-training (2016)Global Health training centre
ICH - Good Clinical Practice
Introduction to Clinical Research (2016)Global Health training centre
Examination of the expression patterns of wipf1a and acap1 genes in the zebrafish embryos.
Hematopoiesis is a conserved process across vertebrates and is divided into three waves, the primitive, the prodefinitive and definitive. The emergence of HSCs occurs in the ventral wall of the dorsal aorta through an endothelial-to-hematopoietic transition. In this experiment, the isolation of qmc551transgenic line proposed the wipf1a and acap1 genes as candidate hemogenic endothelial genes as they are located in the same cohort with the runx1 and gfi1aa genes, two potential hemogenic cells.