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Objective: Seek the Position of Life Scientist
SUMMARY: Profoundly knowledgeable and resourceful Life Scientist with great experience in studying origin, interrelationships, classification, life histories, habits, life processes, diseases, relation to environment, growth and development, genetics, and distribution of animals.
Summary of Qualifications
Exceptional passion for research and the study of living organisms.
Excellent observation skills.
Remarkable ability to work accurately.
Uncommon logical approach to problem solving.
Profound oral and written communication skills.
Strong ability to work as part of a team.
Exceptional ability to work independently.
Minneapolis State University, MN 2002 - Present
Investigate the inter-relationships between animals and their environment by studying animals in their natural surroundings, in captivity and in laboratories.
Study and perform experiments to identify species and gather data on growth, nutrition, reproduction, prey and predators.
Study the development and functions of animals.
Devise methods of population control, especially of vermin and pests.
Develop programs to increase and manage the population of wild animals and animals in captivity.
Undertake surveys of fauna and prepare reports for management agencies.
Prepare and supervise the preparation of laboratory reports and scientific papers.
Supervise and coordinate the work of technical officers and technicians.
Lecture undergraduate students.
Participate in wildlife awareness programs for the public.
Minneapolis State University, MN 1995 - 2002
Graduate Assistant Zoologist (under supervision)
Studied animals in natural habitat and collected specimens for laboratory study.
Dissected and examined specimens under microscope and used chemicals and various types of scientific equipment to carry out experimental studies.
Prepared collections of preserved specimens or microscopic slides for such purposes as identification of species, study of species development, and study of animal diseases.
Raised specimens for experimental purposes.
Performed other duties as assigned.
PhD in Zoology University of New York (1994)
Masters Degree in Zoology University of New York (1992)
Bachelor's Degree in Zoology University of New York (1990)