Virology Graduate Resume

Virus is an infectious agent, which is able to replicate itself inside the cells of other organisms. Virology studies viruses with regard to its various life stages, evolving process and other characteristics. Viruses are classified according to the type of cells they infect such as plant cell, animal cell, fungal cell, etc.

Although, there are millions of virus species present, only few of them have been studied thoroughly by virologists. Needless to say, the major obstacle in the study of viruses is their very small size. However this also highlights the great scope for the research in virology.

Here’s a sample resume of a fresh virology graduate. Please go through it.

Sample Virology Graduate Resume:

Julia Moore

456, X Street, Y Avenue,

Los Angeles, CA-90003

(123) 456-7890

Career Objective:

To seek a trainee position in a renowned Virology laboratory. To start my virology research career in a growth oriented and highly professional work environment.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Talented entry level Virologist with excellent research aptitude
  • Pretty good academics
  • Developed innovative thought process and systematic problem solving skill
  • Deep understanding of the subject, both theoretically and experimentally
  • Awareness of the latest discoveries in Virology
  • Profound versatility and innovativeness in experimenting with the samples for aimed results
  • Unusually quick in learning new concepts and analyzing complex systems
  • Extremely hard working and patient
  • Strong command over spoken and written English, with working knowledge of German and Russian
  • Knowledge of handling the commonly used tools and apparatus in virological experimentations
  • Greatly acquainted with MS Office and other commonly used software.
  • Able to use the Internet for highly efficient searches involved in research projects

Academic education:

  • Graduate in Science with specialization in Virology from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2009)

Academic Project:

  • “Comparative study of major DNA viruses”. In this project, I documented the statistical and general facts about the DNA viruses and tried to identify patterns in the available data. Although, the structural details for all these viruses were somewhat similar, the small observed distinctions, underlined the exact characteristics upon which the distinction was based. The interpretation of the project received ample of appreciation from the faculty members.

Personal Details:

  • Date of Birth: XX / XX / 1984
  • Marital status: Single
  • Expected employment status: Full time
  • Ready to Relocate: Y / N

References: Will be available on request

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