- Madrid, ES
- £20 /hr
- Available now
Accomplished and results-driven research professional with PhD, MSc, and BA with Honors degree in the general field of Life Sciences.
I have outstanding analytical skills formore...Accomplished and results-driven research professional with PhD, MSc, and BA with Honors degree in the general field of Life Sciences.
I have outstanding analytical skills for handling clinical, scientific, and health industry research projects.
I am fluent in both Spanish and English and I have a passion for scientific discovery, as well as a strong ability to conduct successful research investigations, public presentations, and elicit the best possible outcome for your research and communicative needs.
Area Covered: Madrid, Spain
Work Experience Summary: University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
Graduate Teacher of Statistics October 2006•October 2009
• Conducted classes for approximately 30-50 students
• Demonstrated all intermediate methods of statistical modeling, including data exploration and transformation, linear/non-linear regression, ANOVA, data transformation, factor analysis, and chi-square.
Senior Research Fellow October 2005•October 2006
• Received BBSRC awarded grant directly after MSc upon successful proposal for the investigation of human eating motivation by competing against 200 other candidates.
• Designed three double blind behavioral observation studies and calculated specific quantitative analysis of appetite, including eating rate, pleasure sensation, and satiety using behavioral observation software.
• Participated in the recruitment process of participants and analyzed extensive data using SPSS and excel.
• Published results in peer-reviewed journals leading to the success of this project.
P1Vital, Contract Research Organization (CRO), Liverpool, UK
Research Assistant December 2004•May 2005
• Investigated the effects of caffeine on appetite in adult men through behavioral observation process and data entry using Excel, SPSS, and final statistical analysis.
• Completed recruitment process of 60 adult male in a one-month time period.
Wrigley’s International, (CRO), Liverpool, UK
Research Assistant January 2005•June 2005
• Investigated the effects of chewing gum and appetite.
• Conducted design and maintenance of the experiments, performed data entry using Excel and SPSS software, and recruited 120 individuals in a two month time period.
• Completed investigations at top speed and efficiency and concluded everything a month ahead of schedule.
Education Summary: PhD., Psychology, University of Sussex
MSc., Statistics, University of Liverpool
Hon.B.A., Psychology minor in Commercial Studies, University of Western Ontario