With my work experience at the Marxis Food Research Center as a Research Assistant, it has allowed me to fully utilize my analytical and quantitative reasoning taught in the classroom. Along with my experience within a laboratory setting I have also been exposed to the administrative side of lab work being an Assistant to the Director of Research Financial Services at the University of Texas, as well as being a summer intern for the city of Austin. At these positions I gained the proper administrative skills and patient care required to excel in the research assistant position. I believe with my experience and dedication to hard work that I am an excellent candidate and look forward to hearing from you soon.
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