Updated December 6, 2015 [C.V.] 1
Curriculum Vitae of NATHANIEL C. NAPIERSKI
720.422.6865 1039 East Spring St. Unit 1
nnap...
Updated December 6, 2015 [C.V.] 2
MENTORSHIP UNDER DR. SCOTT SALESKA 1 year
University of Arizona Tucson, AZ September 201...
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EXECUTIVE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Red Rocks Community College Wheat Ridge, CO June 2011-May 2...
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LIFEGUARD
Apex Park and Recreation District Arvada, CO March 2011-July 2014
Manager: Jas...
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Nathan Napierski CV November 10 2015

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  • 1. Updated December 6, 2015 [C.V.] 1 Curriculum Vitae of NATHANIEL C. NAPIERSKI 720.422.6865 1039 East Spring St. Unit 1 nnapiers@email.arizona.edu Tucson, Arizona 85719 EDUCATION University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona August 2012-May 2016 BS Biochemistry (In progress) University of Arizona BS Molecular and Cellular Biology (In progress) University of Arizona Cumulative GPA: 3.199 Arvada West High School Arvada, CO August 2008-May 2012 High school diploma received May-2016 Cumulative GPA: 3.89 LAB TECHNIQUES Protein expression: site directed mutagenesis, transformation of bacterial plasmids. Protein purification, characterization, and quantification: ion exchange chromatography, affinity chromatography, Bradford and BCA assays, enzyme kinetics, SDS/PAGE. Genotyping: protocol development optimizing primers for high PCR gene amplification, gene extraction, agarose gel electrophoresis. Murine Echocardiography: imaging and analysis using VEVO2100 instrumentation and software. Mouse colony husbandry: breading, toe clipping, and weaning. RELATED RESEARCH EXPERIENCE MENTORSHIP UNDER DR. SAMANTHA P. HARRIS 1 year 6 months University of Arizona Tucson, AZ August 2014-Present Department: Cellular and Molecular Medicine Cardiovascular Research Program Primary Investigator: Dr. Samantha Harris: samharris@email.arizona.edu  Have my own research project developing a Tg-murine model. We’re investigating mechanisms localized within the cardiac sarcomere and want to know more about heart contraction regulation and disease development. Specifically, we’re looking at cardiac myosin binding protein-c and actin.
  • 2. Updated December 6, 2015 [C.V.] 2 MENTORSHIP UNDER DR. SCOTT SALESKA 1 year University of Arizona Tucson, AZ September 2013-August 2014 Department: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Primary Investigator: Scott Saleska: saleska@email.arizona.edu Coordinator: Jin Wu: geo.woo.jin@gmail.com  Interested in developing spectral leaf models for biogeochemical ecology. Skills developed: Infrared analysis (water percent, carbon composition), software analysis for surface area measurements. Teaching and Mentoring BIOCHEMISTRY AMBASSADOR University of Arizona Tucson, AZ April 2014-Current Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry  Lead department tours and answer questions about the Biochemistry field. Volunteer for events within Chemistry and Biochemistry department. BIOCHEMISTRY PEER MENTOR University of Arizona Tucson, AZ July 2014-Current Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry  Mentored incoming freshmen that have declared themselves as a Biochemistry major. PRECEPTOR FOR DR. AMY GRAHAM University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 2013-2014 Department: Chemistry Professor: Amy Graham grahama@email.arizona.edu  Tutored students in understanding concepts related to chemistry. Included first and second semester general chemistry. UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA CHEERLEADER University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 2013-2014 Spirit Coordinator: Roberta Stout (520)-621-2331  Engaged with student body. Coached youth, traveled, made appearances around the country for professional representation. INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE WRITING Eng102 University of Arizona Tucson, AZ March 2014 Adjunct Professor: Christine Palumbo Ph.D. candidate for SLAT program  Title: “What good research looks like/Annotated bibliography Workshop.” Made outlines, worked directly with search engines and helped students create thesis.
  • 3. Updated December 6, 2015 [C.V.] 3 EXECUTIVE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM Red Rocks Community College Wheat Ridge, CO June 2011-May 2012 Manager: Sharon Usher (letter of reference available upon request)  Completed internship by volunteering for 120 hours at Exempla Lutheran Medical Center Emergency Department. I restocked medical supplies, escorted patients, and sat in on surgical procedures. RECOGNIZED IN THE CATALYST ALUMNI PUBLICATION Title: Nathan Napierski, Cheerleader and Biochemistry Researcher University of Arizona Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Coordinator: Olivia Mendoza Reference: Mendoza,Olivia."Nathaniel Napierski-Researcher/Cheerleader." TheCatalystCBCAlumni Magazine(2014): 41. Departmentof Chemistry and Biochemistry.CBCDepartment,Oct.2014. Web. CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT RESEARCH BIOSAFETY LEVEL 1 August 2015 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS TRAINING August 2015 GENERAL LABORATORY AND CHEMICAL SAFETY TRAINING August 2015 GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM TRAINING August 27, 2014 IACUC: WORKING WITH MICE, RATS, AND RABBITS IN RESEARCH SETTING. October 2014 ELLIS AND ASSOCIATES CPR and FIRST AID CERTIFIED June 2014 EXTRACURRICULAR FACILITY OPERATIONS SENIOR/LEAD University of Arizona Student Union Memorial Center Tucson, AZ September 2013-Present Manager: Ross Gregson (520)-621-7036  Manage and coordinate 5 facility operations assistants. Responsibilities included ballroom/conference room set ups, maintaining facilities, security control, and reporting.
  • 4. Updated December 6, 2015 [C.V.] 4 LIFEGUARD Apex Park and Recreation District Arvada, CO March 2011-July 2014 Manager: Jason Roberts (303)-463-4294  Attending monthly in services to keep Ellis and Associates Certificate for lifeguarding concurrent. Involved in risk management and keeping guests safe from any potential dangers related to water recreation. AWARDS Outstanding Academic Achievement Award Junior, Spring semester, 2015. Dean’s List: Junior, Spring semester, 2015. Dean’s List: Freshman, Spring semester, 2013. Wildcat Excellence Scholarship, 2012. Award amount: 2,000$.

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