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Christie Hannum
600 Park Street  Fort Collins, CO 80521  Phone: (801) 520-9978  E-Mail: [email protected]
Experienced analytical scientist with broad knowledge of research and diagnostic assays seeking employment with a reputable laboratory
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
 Regular fellow in the Vector Borne Disease Division, Lyme disease research laboratory.
 Regularly performed protein analysis assays including immune-depletion, gel electrophoresis, western blot, Bradford colorimetric,
and Elisa’s.
Assisted in the creation and development of protein experiments designed to advance diagnostic testing for Lyme disease.
Performed PCR and cloning experiments according to experimental design.
Calculated chemical components and solutions based on experimental design.
Regularly used scientific instruments including, centrifuges, sphectro-photometers, plate washers, incubators, chemi-doc imagers and
biosafety hoods.
 Participated in CDC research forums gaining current and esoteric knowledge of emerging, endemic, and epidemic diseases.
 Maintained scientific laboratory notebooks detailing experimental designs, methods, and results.
Uranium Bicycles
 Created, developed and organized Uranium Bicycles, a retail bicycle store in Moab, Utah, specializing in the sale, service and rentals
of premium road and mountain bicycles
Hired and managed staff of sales and mechanic employees.
Maintained and reconciled accounting records using information to create quarterly and yearly budgets and projections.
Created and maintained uraniumbicycles.com as part of marketing and reservation system.
Developed successful partnerships with local businesses.
Purchased and maintained inventory of up to $500,000.
Created marketing campaigns that attracted worldwide customers.
Moab Regional Hospital
 Routinely performed laboratory testing including CBC, HCT, manual differentials, manual cell counts, PT, APTT, urinalysis, and
ESR while adhering to quality control standards and laboratory protocol
 Performed instrument checks and maintenance on automated laboratory instrumentation.
 Performed phlebotomy utilizing proper venipuncture technique.
Associated Regional and University Pathologists
 Worked as a clinical laboratory scientist in the Special Chemistry laboratory of ARUP, a national medical reference laboratory.
 Responsible for performing, validating and reporting results of esoteric medical tests. Testing responsibilities included Glycated
Hemoglobin A1c, Myelin Basic Protein, Nuclear Matrix Protein 22, Prostate Specific Antigen and Glycated Albumin.
 Methodologies frequently employed included HPLC, column chromatography, spectrophotometry, immunoassays, and radioactive
isotope labeling.
 Taught chemistry methodologies to rotating medical laboratory science students in the University of Utah's department of pathology.
 Researched and performed developing testing methodologies in special chemistry.
 Continuing education included pipette training, handling and disposal of biohazard material, handling of infectious disease material,
health information laws and regulations, OSHA safety and compliance, disaster and terrorism preparedness, computer and internet
safety, and medical waste management.
Colorado State University MS
Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology
Weber State University
Medical Laboratory Science
Colorado State University BS
Equine Science
Special skills:
Thorough knowledge of current medical and research analytical methodologies.
Excellent ability to troubleshoot technical issues.
Extensive business knowledge allows for thoughtful and creative participation in a team atmosphere.
Computer skills:
Microsoft Office
Research web sources, NCBI, NE Builder, Gen Bank
Serial Cloner
Bio-Rad Image Lab
Bio Tek Gen 5
Quick Books
Yahoo Ecommerce Web Design and Inventory Management.
Theresa Russell, Ph.D.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
3156 Rampart Road, Mail Stop P-02
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Phone: 970-225-4215 Email: [email protected]
Jeff Wilusz, Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief - WIREs-RNA
Colorado State University
Department of Microbiology, Immunology & Pathology
Microbiology Bldg. Rm B321
1682 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1682
Phone: 970-491-0652
Cell: 970-568-6006
FAX: 970-491-0603
Email: [email protected]
Brian Geiss, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
1682 Campus Delivery
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
Office Phone: (970) 491-6330
Lab Phone: (970) 491-2694
[email protected]