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STEVE ELLIS WYNNE Los Angeles, CA 90043 (323) 291-0799 sw550138@westpost.


Analytical, goal-oriented professional with solid history of consultative leadership in biomedical research, publication, and presentation at top-tier academic institutions including Harvard Medical School and Tufts University School of Medicine, as well as a solid foundation in computer sciences at UCLA. Experienced in contributing to NIH funded research programs and cancer research studies. Recognized as a collaborator with exemplary work ethic and track record of meeting rigorous standards in highly regulated environments. CORE COMPETENCIES QUANTITATIVE & QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS a" RESEARCH/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS a" ANATOMY a" BIOMEDICINE MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY a" TECHNICAL WRITING a" WRITING FOR PUBLICATION a" SEMINAR/PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS IMAGING a" PHOTOGRAPHY a" LAB EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT a" TEAM LEADERSHIP & COLLABORATIONS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE EXAMINER.COM Santa Ana, CA 05/10 SANTA ANA SCIENCE NEWS EXAMINER Freelance writer on the topic of health and have published online articles. _NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:_ * Online health and science publications 2010. KRIGER RESEARCH GROUP INTERNATIONAL North York, Ontario, CAN 01/10 a" 03/10 CLINICAL MARKETING MANAGER, BIOPHARMACEUTICAL MARKETING & MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Ascertained six months of experience in pre-clinical studies of drug and product candidates, project and budget planning, FDA guidelines and written informed consent. _NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENT:_ * Completed online didactics and obtained ICH-GCP certificate 2010.

HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL Boston, MA 12/87 a" 03/88 RESEARCH LABORATORY SUPERVISOR, JOINT CENTER FOR RADIATION THERAPY Worked with principal investigator to manage laboratory research functions for and perform _in vitro_ and _in vivo_ experiments funded by NIH grant. Consulted with interdepartmental investigators to implement experimental strategies. Provided oversight and leadership for resident physician and research technologist. Acquired scientific equipment and maintained laboratory environment. _NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:_ * Contributed to publication that predicted selective method of killing cancer cells by writing materials, methods, techniques, and references sections of a supporting experiment. Publication and research results were presented by principal investigator at conference meeting. * Conducted research for the selective labeling of subpopulations of both normal and cancer cells within a tumor through glutathione concentration variations. TUFTS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Boston, MA 09/83 a" 01/84 TEACHING ASSISTANT, HISTOLOGY Trained fellow medical students in laboratory section of medical histology course. Presented review session to first year class. _NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENT:_ * Awarded exemption status and consultant qualification for approximately 30 physicians in training by successfully passing examination. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES Los Angeles, CA 09/82 a" 06/83 ASSISTANT FACULTY/TEACHING ASSISTANT, PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY COURSE Assisted in instructing approximately 20 students in physiology laboratory course by writing and grading quizzes. _NOTABLE ACCOMPLISHMENT:_ * Contributed to NIH funded research and resultant publication by working with principal investigator to provide supporting evidence for one of three theories for etiology of dermatological disease, vitiligo, correlated with premature pigment cell death and its possible link to cancer.


University of California, Los Angeles POST BACCALAUREATE STUDIES IN BIO-MEDICAL AND COMPUTER SCIENCES, 1999-2006 California State University, Los Angeles MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY, 1987 _Thesis:_ "A histological, ultrastructural and cytochemical analysis of the regenerating feather pigment bands in the Barred Plymouth Rock Fowl." Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston MEDICAL STUDIES, 1983-1985 Occidental College in Los Angeles BACHELOR OF ARTS IN BIOLOGY, 1978 PUBLICATIONS Bowers, R.R., Harmon, J., Prescott, S., Asano, J., WYNNE, S. "Fowl model for vitiligo: genetic regulation on the fate of the melanocytes." _Pigment Cell Research Suppl._ 1992, 2:242-248. Bump, E.A., WYNNE, S.E., Pierce, S.M., Coleman, C.N. "Importance of glutathione in protection against radiation cytotoxicity." In _FASEB_, 1988, 2(5): A1586. TECHNICAL INVENTORY Microsoft Office SPSS _Continued on Page 2_