Microbiology and Biotechnology. Updated 6/3/16.
Notes: In this space you will find information that I may not have time to share with you in class, or I may get distracted by the lab work. So please check this space weekly. I'll keep it brief.
Documents: Downloadable documents will be included in this section.
Resume information: You need to have a resume. Keep in mind that you can have more than one, but in the one you will present to me, you will be presenting yourself for consideration for jobs/internships in research labs. Your resume should not exceed 1 page, and should include the following:
Name, address, phone, and email centered at the top.
Objective: In this case, you want to apply the biotechnology skills you have learned to a research program as a contributing member of a team.
Employment history (only if you paid taxes...not babysitting and lawn mowing)
Education: Olympia High School, 2016, (GPA and/or Honors graduate as applicable).
Pertinent course work: Science, math, engineering, etc.
Laboratory skills. Use the following, but not if you can't explain each one to a potential employer. laboratory_skills.doc
Other relevant skills (computers and such)
Awards and Recognition
References: Available upon request.
You need to run the bioinformatics on the six samples we sent to Jeremy Foster for sequencing. Keep in mind that he had only 1-2 µl of sample to work with. Use Jeremy's numbers.
Protocols are in the document right here: 16sblastid.doc