Sample Biomaterials Engineer Resume

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Anthony Lewis
7867 East Meridian Street,
Columbia, IL, 62236
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
An experienced biomaterials engineer with solid research background in biomaterials, protein chemistry, drug delivery, and tissue engineering and deep experience in a wide variety of duties associated with analysis possesses; outstanding R&D ability and extensive experience in project management and minimum of 2 years practice in the Biomaterials Industry, and demonstrated expertise in the set-up, purchase, interfacing and testing of data acquisition equipment, computer processing of data and data analysis and collection of high quality data in biomaterial studies.

Professional Experience:
Research Assistant January 2007 – present
ABC Biomaterials Laboratory, Los Angeles California
Responsibilities:

  • Explained experimental procedures in the Biomaterials Laboratory.
  • Researched 10 types of chemical reagents compatible with different kinds of chemical analyzers.
  • Evaluated equipments for efficiency, safety and effectiveness.
  • Revealed the physical/chemical properties and acid stability of protein endostatin.
  • Developed product standards for 35 types of chemical reagents according to European standards.

Bioengineer – Medical Research May 2004– January 2007
Brandon & McMahon, Inc. Dallas, TX, USA
Responsibilities:

  • Coordinated with suppliers in the purchase data acquisition equipment.
  • Prepared tables and graphs of data analyses and presented data to the research team
  • Identified problems, proposed solutions, and designed new methods of data acquisition, analysis and interpretation.
  • Monitored maintenance of laboratory equipment, ensuring that equipment is properly calibrated following manufacturers instructions.
  • Trained other lab personnel how to use lab equipment.

Biomedical Engineering Research AssociateFebruary 1999 – May 2004
Brent Biomedics, Campbell, TX
Responsibilities:

  • Explained experimental procedures in the Biomaterials Laboratory.
  • Researched 10 types of chemical reagents compatible with different kinds of chemical analyzers.
  • Evaluated equipments for efficiency, safety and effectiveness.
  • Revealed the physical/chemical properties and acid stability of protein endostatin.
  • Developed product standards for 35 types of chemical reagents according to European standards.

Bioengineer – Medical Research May 2004– January 2007
Brandon & McMahon, Inc. Dallas, TX, USA

Education
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering Technology, Yale University, CT, 1999

Skills:

  • Ability to conduct experiments involving biomedical electronic systems using modern test equipment.
  • Ability to interpret test results and use them to improve products and methodologies.
  • Extensive knowledge of the use principles of science, mathematics and bioengineering
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven ability to use applied research and problem-solving skills
  • Deep understanding and ability to evaluate the broader effects of biomedical technology
  • Extremely versed in Lab VIEW and Visual C++, MS Access, SysStat and SAS
  • Great ability to perform multi-task and meet deadlines.
  • Immense flexibility handling a variety of tasks and shift priorities simultaneously.
  • Professional Affiliation

Member, Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine (AFIRM)
Member, Society for Biomaterials (SFB)
Member, Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS)


Kenneth Jones
6901 West Main 26 Street
North Cleveland
TX, 77327
123-456-7890
[email]

Objective Seeking the position of Biomaterials Engineer in a reputable organization where my extensive skills in Biomaterials processing, Tissue Engineering, and other related field will be greatly utilized to meet the company’s desired objectives in producing quality and effective biomedical devices.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, 2004
Yale University

MS in Chemical Engineering, 2000
Yale University

BS Biochemical Engineering, 1996
Yale University

Skills:

  • Extensive background in biomaterials, protein industry, and tissue engineering
  • Experience with porous polyurethane (PUR) scaffolds
  • Working knowledge in PUR/PDGF implants
  • Strong knowledge in absorbance, and fluorescence reading; osteoprogenitor cell culturing and analysis
  • 10+ years extensive exposure to Biomaterial Engineering
  • Excellent analytical and mathematical skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication

Professional Experience:

  • Biomaterials Engineer III, 2007-present
  • Biomaterials Lab, North Cleveland, TX

Responsibilities:

  • Used linker molecules in the invention and development of biological or bio-artificial scaffolds for tissue regeneration
  • Evaluated samples of artificial hips, contact lenses and dental implants before presenting to the top management for approval.
  • Incorporated growth factors into PUR by obtaining drug release kinetics.
  • Biomaterials Engineer II, 2005-2007
  • Protein Chemistry Lab, North Cleveland, TX

Responsibilities:

  • Performed soft tissue regeneration using PUR and PDGF implants.
  • Monitored and recorded antibiotic release from PUR for up to 8 weeks.
  • Solved the compatibility problem of XXX chemical reagents by developing product standards for 35 types of chemical reagents.
  • Designed structures and biomedical devices to augment or replace some natural functions.
  • Biomaterials Engineer I, 2000-2005
  • Haber Inc., North Cleveland, TX

Responsibilities:

  • Used linker molecules in the invention and development of biological or bio-artificial scaffolds for tissue regeneration
  • Evaluated samples of artificial hips, contact lenses and dental implants before presenting to the top management for approval.
  • Incorporated growth factors into PUR by obtaining drug release kinetics.
  • Biomaterials Engineer II, 2005-2007
  • Protein Chemistry Lab, North Cleveland, TX

Certifications and Affiliations

Poster Award 3rd, Craniofacial session, Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine (AFIRM)
Certificate in Sustaining the Release of Vancomycin from Polyurethane Scaffold for Infection Control
Society for Biomaterials (SFB), President

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