I had a master degree in biomedical sciences ( biotechnology) at University of Alabama Birmingham. Right now, I am a part-time allied health instructor at Fortis Institute. I teach anatomy,microbiology, mathematics, general chemistry and human diseases and pharmacology. .
Right now, I am a part-time allied health instructor at Fortis Institute. I teach anatomy,microbiology, mathematics, general chemistry and human diseases and pharmacology. I also had a tutoring experience when i was an undergraduate student at Alabama A&M University.
Franck A. Bassong
734 Aspen Run, Birmingham, AL 35209
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Biotechnology professional interested in pursuing a laboratory-based career in a hospital, university or other industry settings.
Extensive laboratory knowledge and experience: Strong background in human and plant science.
Ongoing teaching experience in a postsecondary setting in Birmingham, AL.
Fully Bilingual: English and French (written and spoken). Proven communication, presentation, facilitation and organizational skills.
Ability to work under stress, alone or in a team environment.
MS Office Computer skills (Word, Excel)
Master of Science in Biotechnology, University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL, 2011-2013
Bachelor of Science in Biology. GPA: 3.75, Alabama A&M University, Huntsville , AL, 2007-2011
Work and Clinical Experience
Allied health Instructor, Fortis Institute, Birmingham AL Fall 2013-current
Teaching many classes such as Human anatomy and physiology I and II, Human diseases and conditions, environmental sciences, medical terminology and Therapeutics communication.
Experience using a variety of assessment techniques and a wide range of teaching-learning strategies such as videos.
Demonstrating skill working with program and course curriculum in a variety of delivery modes.
Participating in consultative decision-making processes
Demonstrating knowledge of student success strategies in a postsecondary setting.
University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL Summer 2013
Part of the team that contributed in the Research Foundation of University of Alabama Birmingham to develop a new technology to Cure ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) diseases by using biomemetic grafts.
Work and Clinical Experience cont’d
Laboratory assistant, Pathology department, University of Alabama Spring-Summer 2013
Assisted Dr Li (pathology professor at University of Alabama Birmingham) on arthritis diseases by making proposals, organizing some research and PowerPoint presentations.
Performed bench work in the pathology department including but not limited to PCR, western, northern and southern blot, protein purification and microarray experiments).
University of Alabama, Birmingham AL Spring 2013
Participated in a Drug discovery in biotechnology and Dermatology programs. Part of the team that cloned and expressed three different drugs (F2, F3 and Violocin) and expressed it on cancer cells to see which one is the most effective in E.coli.
University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL Fall 2012
Part of the team that cloned and expressed constituent genes of the mce4 operon of Mycobacterial smegmatis in E. coli in order to determine the most infective gene in latent.
Crestwood Hospital, Gastroenterology Department Huntsville, AL Shadowing experience 2010
Experienced over 300 hours of direct patient and physician interaction while shadowing a gastroenterologist physician and nurses.
Completed patient assessment forms and assisted in monitoring patient vital signs.
Laboratory Assistant, Alabama A&M University Huntsville, AL 2008-2010
Made domestic oil by using canola plants.
Grew organic plants like tomato, pepper and peanut.
Science Tutor, Alabama A&M University, Huntsville AL 2008-2010
Tutor in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Microbiology
Recognition and Affiliation
American Medical Technologists 2015 (certified as an allied health instructor 2015)
Certification of Appreciation at Fortis Institute (most improved faculty of 2015 in general education)
Member of the Honor system at Alabama A&M University.
Bio Alabama member since 2014
Member of CAMAF, a not-for-profit organization.
Teacher appreciation recognition in 2014
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