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ALISHA DHALLAN

Current Address (301) 335-5435 Permanent Address


718 Tappan Avenue adhallan@umich.edu 11012 Chandler Road
Ann Arbor, MI 20024 Potomac, MD 20854

EDUCATION
University of Michigan, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Ann Arbor, MI
Bachelor of Science, Major in Biopsychology Cognition and Neuroscience Expected May 2021
 Honors and Awards: Outstanding Performance in Sociology • AP Scholar Award
 GPA: 4.0
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Michigan Department of Neuroscience: Dr. Michael Wang Lab November 2018- present
Research Assistant
 Assisting in identifying human-specific proteins to target in future Dementia research
 Selection of DNA primers to use for DNA amplification
 Learned several lab techniques such as RT PCR, Genotyping PCR, making/loading agarose gels, etc.

University of Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI January 2018–April 2018


Hospital Volunteer
 Worked at the Help Desk providing directions and assistance to patients and visitors
 Organized bedside materials such as linens and supplies and maintained patient and public areas
 Trained new volunteers

RiverRX Pharmacy, Bethesda, MD Summers 2017-2018


Cashier / Pharmacy Technician
 Handled customer transactions and operated the cash register at an independent pharmacy
 Interacted with customers, helping them with their questions or directing them to appropriate staff for pharmaceutical concerns
 Assisted pharmacy staff by retrieving filled prescriptions, organizing supplies, and alphabetizing and ordering medications at
the end of the day

Ravgen, Columbia, MD Summers 2013-2016


Laboratory Intern
 Interned at a Biotech company specializing in cutting-edge DNA research
 Helped organize and analyze blood samples delivered to the lab
 Gained valuable knowledge in laboratory procedures

SELECTED LEADERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE


Community Kids, Rockville, MD September 2013-June 2017
Volunteer
 Charter member of a non-profit organization which now has over 200 members
 Volunteered at several homeless shelters and under privileged schools almost every weekend during high school
 Tutored math and science to middle-school students
 Initiated a class to teach art to disadvantaged children ages 5-12 as a positive means to express themselves
T.S. Wootton High School Student Government Association September 2013-June 2017
President, Class Representative
 Official representative of the student body to the faculty and administration
 Coordinated and ran all major school-wide events such as assemblies, school elections, service projects, and social events
 Championed the creation of a Wellness Committee to create multi-media campaigns to address students’ most pressing issues
such as drunk driving, mental health and suicide
 Doubled the size of the SGA to reflect the voice and character of all members of our diverse student body

INTERESTS
 Art: Charcoal and Acrylic
 Dance: Jazz, Hip-Hop and Bollywood