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Puerto Rico Institute of Statistics (PR) - Special Aide, have management responsibilities and research tasks in diverse areas
MD Anderson (Houston, TX) - Conducted research in the development of nanoscale, quantum-dot based probes for in-vivo, real-time fluorescent imaging of EGF receptors in human colorectal cancer mouse xenograft models, co-author in a publication in Clinical Cancer Research (February, 2008)
San Ignacio High School (PR) 2003-2004 - US History teacher
Centre Sevres (Paris, France) 2001-2003 - Bacalaureat Canonique in Philosophy (with emphasis on classical, modern, and contemporary philosophy, philosophy of science, and ethics)
Society of Jesus (Jesuits) 1999-2004 - Member; community work in PR, the Dominican Republic (2 years), and Paris, France (2 years)
San Ignacio High School (PR) 1997-1999 - Chemistry AP teacher and director of a non-profit organization
MIT 1993-1997 (Boston, MA) - BS Chemistry focusing on Physical Chemistry, BS History; Conducted research in the development of novel systems for the chemical and spatial characterization of cancer and atherosclerotic lesions using catheter, confocal microscopy, and gross tissue specimen based Raman spectroscopy in MIT's George R. Harrison Spectroscopy Laboratory. Also developed a technique to characterize the ultrasound mediated destruction of a common contrast-agent used in echocardiography at the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) - multiple abstracts, national and international conference oral presentations, and co-author in publication in journal of SPIE (May, 1995).
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