Elisa L. Priest
[Objective] [Education] [Employment] [Honors & Activities] [Contact]
Objective To pursue a career in medicine, or a related field, where I can utilize my research interest in psychology, molecular, and microbial biology.
Education
Sept. 1995-
Current
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
Currently working on Bachelor of Science degree in both molecular-cell biology and microbiology, with a minor emphasis on psychology. Courses completed include Calculus, Physics, Organic Chemistry, Cell Biology, Microbiology, and Biochemistry. Working on a independent research project in the field of Bioinformatics. 90 hours accumulated. 4.0 G.P.A.
June 1997 University of Oklahoma Biological Station, Lake Texoma, OK.
Chosen to participate in summer program. Course emphasized Molecular Techniques for Field Biology. 3 hours credit. 4.0 G.P.A.
July 1996 &
1997
Brookhaven Community College, Dallas, TX.
Summer school coursework. 6 hours credit.. 4.0 G.P.A.
Aug. 1991-
May 1995
Newman Smith High School, Carrollton, TX.
Graduated 3 of 609 with honors. Participated in various community service projects. Involved in National Honor Society and orchestra.
Employment
June 1997-
Aug. 1997
ProStaff Personnel Services, Dallas, TX.
  • Created and prepared documents including spreadsheets, letters, and reports.
  • Organized and completed special projects.
  • Organized office filing system.
  • Handled inbound phones and aided in testing procedures for potential employees.
  • Performed alpha and numeric data entry and 10-key.
June 1994-
Aug. 1995
Loewe-Adler, Intíl, Dallas, TX.
  • Performed contract computer work including word processing, alpha and numeric data entry, and data base management.
Aug. 1994-
May 1995
Texas Knee and Back Institute, Plano, TX
  • Worked as Physical Therapy Technician.
  • Assisted therapists with patients.
  • Aided patients with therapeutic exercises.
Honors &
Activities
  • Presidentís Achievement Award (Full tuition scholarship)
  • Alpha Epsilon Delta: Pre Medical Honor Society
  • Golden Key National Honor Society
  • Microbiology Society
  • Outdoor Recreation Club
  • Racquetball Club
  • Texas A&M Intramurals
Contact
  • College Address: 502 S.W. Parkway #502 College Station, TX. 77840 (409) 764-1960
  • Permanent Address: 1723 Big Canyon Trail Carrollton, TX. 75007 (972) 242-4199
  • E-mail: elp1662@unix.tamu.edu
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