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Kambiz Yaraei al Laboratory Scientist

11/23/10 Clinic Certified Clinic

al Laboratory Consultant Home: 23712 101st Ave W Edmonds, Washington 98020 Phone: 206 335 8846

Email: kyfd4dde@westpost.net

Visa Status: Permanent Resident

Education: Doctorate in Clinical Laboratory Sciences License: Certified Clinical Laboratory Consultant, AMT License # 239407 License: Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Generalist, CA, License # MTA 4 1306 License: Medical Technologist, Generalist, AMT, License # 208278 EDUCATION Jan 2002- April 2006 University of Washington Seattle, Washington * Postdoctoral Scientist, Senior Fellow, Department of Pathobiology. Projects f ocused on researching relationship between respiratory infection with Chlamydia pneumoniae and cardiovascular disease. I have published nine abstracts and seve ral papers (please see my abstracts and publications). Dec 2000- Dec 2001 Seattle Biomedical Research Institute Seattle, Washington * Visiting Scientist (Dec 2000-May 2001), Researched Mycobacterim avium-intracel lulare infection, with one publication in the Journal of Infectious Diseases and another in preparation for submission to the Journal of Microbiology. * Postdoctoral Scientist (June 2001-Dec 2001), Involved in the project titled "T he Role of Neutralizing Antibody in Controlling of Lentivirus Infection" (in pre paration for submission to the Journal of Virology). Feb 1998- Nov 2000 Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences Tehran, Iran * Ph.D. in Medical Microbiology. Focused on clinical microbiology with clinical rotations in Infectious Diseases, Hematology, Dermatology, Pediatrics and labora tory diagnosis of infectious diseases on a project entitled "Molecular Diagnosis of Bacterial Meningitis Using 16SrRNA Gene Sequences." Published in Yakhteh Med ical Journal, summer 2002. Presented at the 4th Microbiology Congress of Iran. Shahed University, Tehran, November 2001 and 10th of ICID, Singapore, March 200 2. Sep 1989- Feb 1994 Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences Tehran, Iran * M.D in Laboratory Medicine, Doctoral degree in Clinical Laboratory Sciences. Formal education and training in Doctorate of Medicine and Clinical Laboratory S ciences. Graduated with an average of 16.39 out of 20 (3.27 out of 4). Doctora l dissertation: Differential Diagnosis Between Pleural Transudate & Exudate by M easurement of Cholesterol, Triglyceride, HDLc & LDLc in Pleural Fluid. Accordin g to evaluation by Foundation for International Services, INC. Bothell, Washingt on, this diploma is equivalent to a Doctor of Medicine degree from a regionally accredited college or university in the United States. Sep 1985- July 1987 Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences Tehran, Iran

* Clinical Laboratory Sciences associate degree diploma from Shahid Beheshti Uni versity of Medical Sciences. Graduated with an average of 17.29 out of 20 (3.45 out of 4). WORK EXPERIENCE December 2007- Present MicroMed Clinical and Research Laboratory Consulting Services President and Senior Laboratory Consultant (www.micromedlab.com) Published an article in Advance for Medical laboratory Professional: Use new technologies, strategies and innovations for quality improvement in the lab. Ten Tips to 2010 Success, Advance for Medical laboratory Professional, onli ne January 12, 2010. http://laboratorian.advanceweb.com/Features/Top-Story/Ten-Tips-to-2010-Success.a spx August 2006- present PACLAB, Seattle In a full time, part time, and on call positions since August 2006. Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Generalist Expertise in working with theses systems at Paclab: Chemistry: Beckman Coulter Unicel DxC 600 i Hematology: Beckman Coulter MaxM, Hmx and LH 750, Sedimat 15 Coagulation: ACL 7000 & ACL ELITE Urinalysis: Clinitex 50 Bayer SUNQUEST: Misys and Flexilab; Clinical Laboratory Data Management Software February 2009- March 2010 Swedish Medical Center, Seattle, WA Clinical and Research Laboratory Consultant: Duties includes consulting in desig n, manage, writing SOPs and execution of clinical projects related to Migraine a nd Preeclampsia. I started up a Flow cytometry laboratory (FACScan, Becton Dick inson) there and trained personnel at the Center for Perinatal Studies. August 2007- March 2008 Longevity Laboratory/ Longevity Medical Clinic, Lynnwood, WA Clinical Laboratory Manager, Clinical Laboratory Scientist /Consultant: In charge of starting up and management of a clinical laboratory at Longevity Me dical Clinic. Responsible for starting up and managing a laboratory in all aspe cts such as: Designing the lab space, safety, ordering instruments and supplies , writing SOPs, correlation study, proficiency testing, supervision of staff an d training, responsible for the accuracy of laboratory tests, enhance the functi onal operation of the lab, budgeting and cost management, enhance profitability, quality control and quality assurance, troubleshooting, etc. Expertise in working with the following Instruments at Longevity Medical Clinic Laboratory: Certification in Complete Training of Laboratory Instruments at Manufacture: DPC, Immulite2000. Complete training in working with Immulite2000 in all aspect s such as operation, trouble shooting, maintenance, etc. September 11-14, 2007.

Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics, 62 Flanders-Bartley Road, Flanders, New Jersey

07836 USA.

VITROS 250/350, Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics. Complete training in working with V ITROS 250/350 in all aspects such as operation, trouble shooting, maintenance, e tc. October 1-4, 2007. Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics, 100 indigo Creek Drive, Roch ester, New York 14626 USA. Additional training at Northwest Medical Laboratory Symposium, October 24-27, 20 07 Seattle, WA: Regulatory Update: CLIA, CAP, JC. 3.0 Contact Hours. Leadership and Current Professional Issues. 3.0 Contact Hours. Management Hot Topics: Personnel Shortage, Competitive Bidding, Medically Unlike Edits (MUEs), ABN Change, Process Improvement (6 Sigma, Lean). 3.0 Contact Hours. Methods Validation as Applied to Chemistry and Immunoassays. 3.0 Contact Hours . Putting power into Patient Safety Interventions in Clinical Laboratory. 2.0 Co ntact Hours. Pre-Analytical Laboratory Errors. 3.0 Contact Hours. Case Studies in Urinalysis. 3.0 Contact Hours.

November 2006- September 2007 (Full time) University of Washington, Seattle, WA October 2007- December 2008 (part time/on call) Research Scientist, Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology. Projects f ocused on research related to gene therapy translational research and gene thera py clinical trials for blood diseases, bone marrow transplantation and cancer, w ith expertise in cell isolation, cell culture techniques, transduction, colony a ssay, molecular biology techniques, animal experiments, etc. I was involved in several research projects at this lab. As a results of these researches, 2 abstracts presented to the IVth Conference on Stem Cell Gene Therapy, Chalkidiki, T hessaloniki, Greece Sept. 13-17, 2007. And recently published in Journal of Blood Cells Molecules and Dis eases: 1. Transduction of human and murine hematopoietic progenitors with a Lentiviral vector for Fanconi anemia complementation group A. PS Becker, AN Wilks, GD Trob ridge, K Yaraei, S Chien, H-P Kiem. Blood Cells Molecules and Diseases Volume 40 , Issue 2, pages 254-254, Mar-Apr 2008 2. Excellent retroviral transduction n Fluoroseal bags, compared to tissue ecker, AN Wilks, BC Beard, S Chien, K nd Diseases Volume 40, Issue 2, pages efficiency achieved with GMP grade America culture plates or Nexell X-fold bags. PS B Yaraei, H-P Kiem. Blood Cells Molecules a 254-254, Mar-Apr 2008

In addition, I have had complete training and certified in Good Manufacturing Pr actices (GMP) as part of the preparation of methods for a gene therapy clinical

trial at Gene and Cell Therapy Core Facility at the University of Washington.

Jan 2002- April 2006 Seattle, Washington

University of Washington

* Postdoctoral Scientist, Senior Fellow, Department of Pathobiology. Researched the relationship between respiratory infection with Chlamydia pneumoniae and ca rdiovascular disease. I have published eight abstracts and few papers. I publi shed two papers and co-authored two others in the Journal of Infection and Immun ity and Microbes and Infection. 1: Kambiz Yaraei, Lee Ann Campbell, Xiaodong Zhu, W. Conrad Liles, Cho-chou Kuo, Michael E. Rosenfeld. Chlamydia pneumoniae Augments the Oxidized LDL Induced Death of Mouse Macrophage s by a Caspase Independent Pathway. Infection and Immunity, July 2005, p. 4315-4322, Vo l. 73, No. 7 2: Kambiz Yaraei, Lee Ann Campbell, Xiaodong Zhu, W Conrad Liles, Cho-chou Kuo, Michael E. Rosenfeld. Effect of Chlamydia pneumoniae on Cellular ATP Content in Mouse Macrophages: Role of Toll-like Receptor-2. Infection and Immunity, July 20 05, p. 4323-4326, Vol. 73, No. 7 3: Lee Ann Campbell, Tadayoshi Nosaka, Michael E. Rosenfeld, Kambiz Yaraei, Chochou Kuo. Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha Plays a Role in The Acceleration of Athero sclerosis by Chlamydia pneumoniae. Infection and Immunity, May 2005, p. 3164-316 5, Vol. 73, No. 5 4: Cho-chou Kuo , Amy Lee, Shinn-Jong Jiang, Kambiz Yaraei and Lee Ann C ampbell. Inocolation of Chlamydia pneumoniae or Chlamydia trachomatis with ligands that inhibit attachement to host cells reduces infectivity in the mouse model of lung infection: implication o f mouse anti-adhesive therapy. Microbes and Infection, July 2007, pages 1139-1141, Vol. 9, Issue 9. * Special Collaboration, Implemented five research projects for two different ph armaceutical companies evaluating new antimicrobial agents in treatment of respi ratory infections in animals (mice). August 2003- April 2004.

Dec 2000- Dec 2001 Seattle Biomedical Research Institute (S.B.R.I) Seattle, Washington * Visiting Scientist (Dec 2000-May 2001), My research focused on Mycobacterim av ium-intracellulare infection with one publication in Journal of Infectious Disea ses: Mukherjee S, Petrofsky M, Yaraei K, Bermudez L, Cangelosi GA. The White Morphot ype of Mycobacterium avium-intracelulare Is Selected in Disease Models and Common in Infected Humans, Journal of infectious Diseases, 184:1480-1484, 2001, and another in prep aration for submission to the Journal of Microbiology. (G.A.Cangelosi, S.K.Faske , K.Yaraei Chlorine Resistance and Antibiotic Resistance are Independent Traits in Mycobacterium avium).

Collaboration in the following research projects as follows: - Characterization of IS999, an unstable genetic element in Mycobacterium avium. Gene, 2002 Jul 10; 294(1-2):249-57 - Search for potential drug resistance gene in Mycobacterium avium and M. intrac elulare & sensitivity tests on clinical isolates. * Postdoctoral Scientist (June 2001-Dec 2001) (Researched on a project under the title of "The Role of Neutralizing Antibody in Controlling of Lentivirus Infect ion", JE Fischer, W Sutton, C Pierce, L Kuller, B Richardson, K Yaraei, V Hirsch and NL Haigwood. Passive IgG therapy in M. nemestrina model improves host immu nity and clinical outcome by accelerating immunity. In preparation for submissio n to J. Virology. Nov 1998 Valiasr Clinical Laboratory Tehran, Iran

* Founder, Director and Technical Supervisor of a Private Clinical Laboratory wi th the following wards: Biochemistry, Hematology & Immunohematology, Bacteriolo gy, Mycology, Parasitology, Immunology & Serology. In charge of start up and ma naging a Clinical Laboratory in all aspects such as selection of laboratory inst ruments, hiring and supervision of all staff, budgeting and cost management, res ponsible for the accuracy of laboratory tests, quality control and quality assur ance, troubleshooting, control of all laboratory tests and results, interpretati on of the results, visiting of patients when necessary, and consultation with re sponsible physician. Jan 1997- July 1998 Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, North Teh ran Health Center, Tehran, Iran * Director of Clinical and Public Health Laboratories Affairs at North Tehran He alth Center. In charge of management and coordination of 10 clinical and public health laboratories in the North Tehran area in all aspects such as budgeting a nd cost management, acquisition and distribution of supplies, personnel affairs such as hiring and supervision of all staff, inspection duties, technical superv ision and training of personnel, establishing new laboratory tests and methods, troubleshooting, quality control, and quality assurance. * Director of Clinical Laboratory and Illegal Drugs Detection Laboratory. Doghme chee Clinic, Tehran. Supervised all staff at a clinic servicing an average of 1 00 patients for laboratory tests and couples per day in order to receive health certificates for compulsory laboratory tests such as blood tests for Thalassemia , sexually transmitted diseases, urine test for illegal drugs. Also the issuanc e of health certificates for food industry employees. Collaboration in national research in Thalassemia. Project of Ministry of Health and Medical Education, Iran. * Inspector of Private and Governmental Clinical Laboratories. Shahid Beheshti U niversity, North and East of Tehran. Inspectorial duties in all aspects such as evaluation of personnel, instruments, quality control, and laboratory results.

Sep 1995- Dec 1996 * Director & Technical Supervisor of Clinical Lab. Arash Hospital (University Ho spital, Tehran). Doubled profits of the lab by admitting outpatients and setting up new laboratory tests. . In charge of management of staff and responsible fo r the accuracy of laboratory tests, quality control and quality assurance, contr

ol of all laboratory tests and results, budgeting and cost management, consultat ion with responsible physician and interpretation of the results, and visiting o f patients when necessary. Sep 1994- Sep 1995 * Director & Technical Supervisor of Central Public Health Laboratory and Clinic al Laboratories Affairs. Social Service, Damavand, Iran. In charge of manageme nt and coordination of 5 clinical laboratories at 5 clinics in the Damavand city , and vicinity in all aspects such as acquisition and distribution of supplies, personnel affairs, budgeting and cost management, inspection duties, technical s upervision and training of personnel, establishing new laboratory tests and meth ods, troubleshooting, quality control, and quality assurance. In addition, resp onsible for public and environmental tests such as regular microbiologic drinkin g water, wells and spring water tests, illegal drugs tests, and issuing health c ertificate for employees of food industry. * Director & Technical Supervisor of Clinical Lab. Damavand Hospital (3rd Shaban Hospital), Social Service, Damavand, Iran. In charge of management of staff an d responsible for the accuracy of laboratory tests, budgeting and cost managemen t, quality control and quality assurance, control of all laboratory tests and re sults, interpretation of the results, visiting of patients when necessary, and c onsultation with responsible physician. Collaboration in national research in Iron Deficiency Anemia (I.D.A). Pro ject of Ministry of Health and Medical Education, Iran. Jan 1989- Sep 1994 * Medical Technologist. Arash Hospital (University Hospital, Tehran) with exten sive experience in Hematology, Microbiology, Immunology, Blood Bank, Clinical Bi ochemistry, Parasitology, Urinalysis, Microscopic examinations of body Fluids an d secretion and Emergency Tests. Evening and night Shifts Dec 1987- Dec 1988 * Medical Laboratory Technician. Central Reference Laboratory with experience in all aspects of working in a clinical laboratory, with extensive experiences in diagnosis of infectious agents especially in Leishmania, Malaria, Tuberculosis a nd Fungal Diseases -Social service in Eilam and Yazd province, Iran - Full Time. OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE * Collaboration with Rahavard Danesh Educational Media Company in making profess ional educational slides in the field of Parasitology, Bacteriology and Hematolo gy (1993-1996). * Technical Supervisor and consultant in quality improvement. Mirdamad Clinical Laboratory. November 1998. * Consultant in the field of Clinical Laboratory Sciences in all aspects, especi ally in laboratory design, start up, safety, quality assurance, quality improvem ents, human resources, projects design and management since 1994. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Instructor's Assistant in Medical Parasitology Lab (Micro 444). Instructors: Dr . Gottfried Schmer and Ms. Denise Anderson. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. 2005, spring quarter. Instructor's Assistant in Medical Parasitology Lab (Micro 444). Instructors: Dr . Gottfried Schmer and Ms. Denise Anderson. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. 2004, spring quarter.

Instructor of Medical Microbiology (lab and theory) for Medical, Dental, and Pha rmacy students. Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran. 1998-2000. Instructor of Medical Microbiology for Nursing and Midwifery students, 3 credits (2 credits theory, and 1 credit Microbiology lab), Azad University, Varamin bra nch, Tehran, Iran. February 1997- June 1997. Instructor of Basic Pathology for Nursing students, 2 credits (1 credit theory, and 1 credit practical lab), Azad University, Varamin branch, Tehran, Iran. Feb ruary 1997- June 1997. Instructed Lab Technicians and Clinical Laboratory Sciences students in all aspe cts of working in Clinical Laboratory. 1988-1998. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERTISE * Extensive experience in Management of Clinical Laboratories. * Extensive experience as Consultant at Clinical Laboratories with certification as Certified Clinical Laboratory Consultant (AMT License # 239407). * Extensive experience in starting up Clinical Laboratories. * Proficiency in Microsoft office products such as Word, Excel, Power point, Pub lisher, Access, project,... * Extensive experience in project management in all aspects such as design, plan , instruction, troubleshooting, implementation and coordination of study accordi ng to protocol, GLP, GMP and SOP, and also data compilation, statistical analysi s, graphic manipulation and interpretation of data. * Ability to set up and perform all types of clinical laboratory diagnostic test s and methods in Bacteriology, Mycology, Virology, Cell Culture Techniques, Para sitology, Immunology & Serology, Biochemistry, Urine and Body Fluids Analysis, H ematology & Immunohematology,,HLA Typing Pathology techniques, Flow Cytometry, ELISA based assays, Immunofluorescence, Immunocytochemistry, Immunohistochemist ry, Molecular Diagnostic and Molecular Biology Techniques such as DNA and RNA Ex traction, PCR, RT PCR, Blotting, and Designing of Primers. * Extensive hands-on laboratory diagnosis of infectious agents. * Extensive experimental and theoretical knowledge in all aspects of clinical la boratories specialized in Bacteriology, Parasitology, Mycology, Virology, Cell C ulture Techniques, Clinical Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Molecular Diagno stic, Immunology, Hematology, Cytology, Phlebotomy, Electron Microscopy, and QC/ QA. * Extensive experience in Clinical Laboratory Emergency Tests. * Extensive experience with mice as a laboratory model. Certified in surgery of mice, including hands-on dissection, especially on vascular dissection and caro tid artery dissection, extensive hands-on blood collection techniques, anesthesi a and euthanasia techniques, injections and substance delivery by gavage, and ha rvesting of mouse peritoneal and bone marrow macrophages. PUBLICATIONS Use new technologies, strategies and innovations for quality improvement in the lab. Ten Tips to 2010 Success, By Kambiz Yaraei, CLS, MD, PhD Advance for Medical laboratory Professional, online January 12, 2010. http://laboratorian.advanceweb.com/Features/Top-Story/Ten-Tips-to-2010-Success.a spx Cho-chou Kuo , Amy Lee, Shinn-Jong Jiang, Kambiz Yaraei and Lee Ann Campbell. I noculation of Chlamydia pneumoniae or Chlamydia trachomatis with ligands that in hibit attachment to host cells reduces infectivity in the mouse model of lung in fection: implication of mouse anti-adhesive therapy. Microbes and Infection, Jul y 2007, pages 1139-1141, Vol. 9, Issue 9.

Kambiz Yaraei, Lee Ann Campbell, Xiaodong Zhu, W. Conrad Liles, Cho-chou Kuo, Mi chael E. Rosenfeld. Chlamydia pneumoniae Augments the Oxidized LDL Induced Death of Mouse Macrophage s by a Caspase Independent Pathway. Infection and Immunity, July 2005, p. 4315-4322, Vo l. 73, No. 7 Kambiz Yaraei, Lee Ann Campbell , Xioadong Zhu, W. Conrad Liles, Cho-chou Kuo, M ichael E. Rosenfeld. Effect of Chlamydia pneumoniae on Cellular ATP Content in Mouse Macrophages: Rol e of Toll-like Receptor-2. Infection and Immunity, July 2005, p. 4323-4326, Vol. 73, No. 7 Lee Ann Campbell, Tadayoshi Nosaka, Michael E. Rosenfeld, Kambiz Yaraei, Cho-cho u Kuo. Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha Plays a Role in The Acceleration of Atheroscl erosis by Chlamydia pneumoniae. Infection and Immunity, May 2005, p. 3164-3165, Vol. 73, No. 5 Goudarzi H, Eslami G, Fallah F, Yaraei K, Taheri S. Molecular Methods (16SrRNA) Compared to Bacteriological Diagnosis of Meningitis. MJIRC, September 2005, P. 4 4-46, Vol 8, No 2 Mukherjee S, Petrofsky M, Yaraei K, Bermudez L, Cangelosi GA. The White Morphot ype of Mycobacterium avium-intracelulare Is Selected in Disease Models and Commo n in Infected Humans, Journal of infectious Diseases, 184:1480-1484, 2001. Hossein Goudarzi, Bahram Kazemi, Kambiz Yaraei. A Comparison Between PCR and Ba cteriology Method in Diagnosis of Bacterial Meningitis. (Molecular Diagnosis of Bacterial Meningitis using 16SrRNA gene sequences). Yakhteh Medical Journal, Vo l 4, No 14, pages 101-104, 2002 Presented at the 4th Microbiology Congress of Iran. Shahed University, Tehran, November, 2001. S. Mozaffar Hassantash, Kambiz Yaraei. Differential Diagnosis Between Tuberculou s & Malignant Pleural Effusions by Measurement of Interferon Gamma. Shahid Behes hti University of Medical Sciences. Presented at 23rd Middle East Regional Cong ress of the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases (IUATLD) jointly with the 13th Annual National Tuberculosis Conference 21-24 April 1997, Tehran, Iran. Abstract page 59. Kambiz Yaraei, S. Mozaffar Hassantash. Differential Diagnosis Between Pleural Transudate & Exudate by Measurement of Cholesterol,Triglyceride, HDLc & LDLc in Pleural Fluid, Doctoral dissertation, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Scie nces, 1994.

COMPUTER SKILLS Microsoft Project Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Powerpoint Microsoft Publisher Microsoft Frontpage Microsoft Access Adobe Photoshop SPSS SUNQUEST: Felxilab and Misys: Clinical Laboratory Data Management Software, LIS.

LabDAQ: Antek Healthware, Laboratory Information System, LIS MEMBERSHIP Member 09 Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member LICENCE License: Certified Laboratory Consultant, AMT, License # 239407 License: Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Generalist, CA, License # MTA 41306 License: Medical Technologist, American Medical Technologist, License # 208278 License: Medical and Social Interpreter License, Persian/ English, 2006 License: Clinical Laboratory Technical Supervisor: Valiasr Clinical Laboratory, Private Lab, November 1998, From Ministry of Health and Medical Education, Tehra n, Iran. License: Clinical Laboratory Sciences Permanent License, October 1995, From Mini stry of Health and Medical Education, Tehran, Iran. CERTIFICATION GCRC Clinical Trials Design, K30 Training Program, University of Washington, Sea ttle, Washington, 2004-2005. GCRC Protocol Design, K30 Training Program, University of Washington, Seattle, W ashington, 2004-2005. Meta-Analysis for Clinical Researchers, K30 Training Program, University of Wash ington, Seattle, Washington, 2004-2005. Clinical Research Investigator Training, K30 Training Program, University of Was hington, Seattle, Washington, 2004-2005. Shipping and Transporting Hazardous Materials. University of Washington, Seattle , Washington, January 10, 2007. Animal Bio Safety Level (ABSL)/BSL2. University of Washington, Seattle, Washingt on, November 15th, 2006. Surgery of Laboratory Animals (mice). University of Washington, Seattle, Washing ton, 2003. Handling Laboratory Animals (mice). University of Washington, Seattle, Washingt on 2001. Principle of Radiation Protection: University of Washington, Seattle, Washingto n 2002. Bloodborne Pathogen for Researchers: University of Washington, Seattle, Washingt on 2002. of Flow Informatics and Computational Cytometry Society (FICCS), Since 20 of of of of of of of of Clinical Laboratory Management Association (CLMA), since 2007 American Society of Gene Therapy (ASGT), since 2007 American Society for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (ASCLS), since 2006 American Medical Technologist AMT since 2006 American Association for The Advancement of Science (AAAS), since 2004 American Society for Microbiology, since 2002. Iranian Clinical Laboratory Specialist Society, since 1994. Iranian Medical Society, since 1994.

Managing Laboratory Chemicals and Spill Clean-up: University of Washington, Seat tle, Washington 2002. DPC, Immulite 2000. Training: September11-14, 2007. Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics, 62 Flanders-Bartley Road, Flanders, New Jersey 07836 USA. P.A.C. E Program number 389-179-07. Contact Hours: 22.5 Introduction to Immulite 2000, August 29, 2007, module1: Routine operation; 0.1 C.E. credits. VITROS 250/350, Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics. Training: October 1-4, 2007. Ortho -Clinical Diagnostics, 100 indigo Creek Drive, Rochester, New York 14626 USA. P .A.C.E Program number 074-201-07. Contact Hours: 28

TRANING/ACCREDITATION Continuing Education Credits and Trainings: Bacterial Infections as Complications of Influenza: Clinical Implications Inverness Medical Webinar, Presented by Jonathan A. McCullers, M.D. St. Jude Chi ldren's Research Hospital, Department of Infectious Diseases. November 17, 2009 . Vaccine and Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: An Update Focus Diagnostics Continuing Education Series. Presenter: Dr. Jay Lieberman, Apr il 2, 2009. 1 Contact hr. Program Number: 135-10-09 University of Washington, Department of Laboratory Medicine, on line training co urses (2009): P.A.C.E Continuing Education Credit Cardiac Markers, Completed Date: Feb 18, 2009, Credit Earned: 2.0 Seminal Fluid, Completed Date: Nov 04, 2009, Credit Earned: 1.5 Cerebrospinal Fluid, Completed Date: Nov 24, 2009, Credit Earned: 1.0 Synovial Fluid, Completed Date: Nov 24, 2009, Credit Earned: 1.5 Northwest Regional Flow Cytometry Meeting. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA. March 13, 2009 Clinical Laboratory Safety 101, Swedish Medical Center: Cherry Hill Campus, Seattle, WA, Presenter: Terry Jo Gile (the Safety Lady), Sep tember 10, 2008, 1 Contact hr. Infectious Complications of Solid Organ Transplantation: Issues for Diagnostic L aboratorian, Focus Diagnostic: Presenter: Dr. Michael Green, June 12, 2008, 1 Co ntact hr. High Performance Healthcare Management, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics: Seattle WA, June 25, 2008, 6.0 Contact Hours. Parasitic Infection: Diagnostics and Identification. A Microbiology Update, Focu s Diagnostic: Presenter: Dr. Ken Van Horn, June 12, 2008, 1 Contact hr. Pediatric Hematophthology, credit hours: 1.5, 5/20/2008, Speaker: Dr. Min Xu, Lo cation: Washington State Public Health Laboratories.

University of Washington, Department of Laboratory Medicine, on line training co urses (2008): P.A.C.E Continuing Education Credit Serous Fluid, credit hours: 1.0, date completed 5/16/2008 Synovial Fluid, credit hours: 1.5, date completed 5/16/2008 Amniotic Fluid, credit hours: 1.0, date completed 5/12/2008 Urinalysis, credit hours: 2.0, date completed 5/7/2008 Microscopy, credit hours: 2.0, date completed 5/7/2008 Peripheral Blood, credit hours: 2.0, date completed 4/16/2008 Formaldehyde Safety, credit hours: 1.0, date completed 3/26/2008 Chemical Safety, credit hours: 1.0, date completed 3/22/2008 Fire Safety, credit hours: 1.0, date completed 3/22/2008 UV Safety, credit hours: 1.0, date completed 3/14/2008 Electrical Safety, credit hours: 1.0, date completed 3/14/2008 Ergonomic Safety, credit hours: 1.0, date completed 1/10/2008 Biosafety, credit hours: 2.0, date completed 1/10/2008

University of Washington, Department of Laboratory Medicine, on line training co urses (2007): P.A.C.E Continuing Education Credit Biosafety, credit hrs: 2, date completed 8/29/2007 Introduction to the Clinical lab, credit hrs: 1.5, date completed 8/29/2007 Specimen processing, credit hrs: 2, date completed 8/27/2007 American Society of Gene Therapy; ASGT 10th Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington. May 30-June 3, 2007, 21.5 AMA P RA Category1 credits. Training in Microsoft Project. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 2 007. University of Washington, Department of Laboratory Medicine, on line training co urses (2007): P.A.C.E Continuing Education Credit Urinalysis, Completed Date: Nov 07, 2006, Credit Earned: 2 Peripheral Blood, Completed Date: Nov 30, 2006, Credit Earned: 2 Basic Phlebotomy, Completed Date: Oct 30, 2006, Credit Earned: 1.5 Pediatric Phlebotomy, Completed Date: Oct 30, 2006, Credit Earned: 1 Advanced Phlebotomy, Completed Date: Oct 30, 2006, Credit Earned: 1 UV Safety, Completed Date: Dec 22, 2006, Credit Earned: 1 Training in Adobe Photoshop. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 2004 -2005. Training in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Frontpage. University o f Washington, Seattle, Washington, 2003. First Aid & CPR training by American Red Cross. University of Washington, Seattl e, Washington 2001. INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES Classical and Flamenco Guitar, Table Tennis, Running, Volleyball, Basketball, So ccer, Tile and Stone work, Real Estate.

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REFERENCES Dr. Gerard Cangelosi Associate Member Seattle Biomedical Research Institute Research Associate Professor of Pathobiology University of Washington, Seattle, Washington Phone: (206) 284 8846 Ext 313 Email: jcang@sbri.org Dr. Nancy L. Haigwood Member, Seattle Biomedical Research Institute Associate Professor of Pathobiology and Microbiology University of Washington, Seattle, Washington Phone: (206) 284 8846 Ext 338 Email: nhaigwood@sbri.org Dr. Cho-chou Kuo Professor Department of Pathobiology University of Washington, Seattle, Washington Phone: (206) 543 8689 Email: cckuo@u.washington.edu Dr. Michael E. Rosenfeld Professor

Department of Pathobiology and Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Nutritional Sciences University of Washington, Seattle, Washington Phone: (206) 543 1738 Email: ssmjm@u.washington.edu Dr. Lee Ann Campbell Professor Department of Pathobiology University of Washington, Seattle, Washington Phone: (206) 543 0317 Email: lacamp@u.washington.edu Dr. Gottfried Schmer Professor Department of Laboratory Medicine University of Washington, Seattle, Washington Phone: (206) 598 6131 Email: g.schmer@comcast.net Ms. Shana Sunde Laboratory Supervisor Paclab Seattle 122 16th Ave E, Suite 100 Seattle, WA 98112 Phone: 206-792-3926 Email: ssunde@paml.com