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John Moore

John Moore

Research Integrity & Ethics Intern, Office of the Vice President for Research

Virginia Commonwealth University

Midlothian, VA

Research Integrity and Ethics Intern, Office of the Vice President for Research at VCU


Virginia Commonwealth University

Research Integrity & Ethics Intern, Office of the Vice President for Research

+In the Office of Research Integrity and Ethics, I analyze faculty and staff financial interest report (FIR) forms to establish if there are any financial conflicts of interest (FCOI) or significant financial interests (SFI) in future and ongoing research projects at Virginia Commonwealth University
+Provide technical assistance to research investigators in reporting financial interests
+Analyze Human and Animal Subject Research protocols and proposals
+Utilize technical experience to make dispositions, as to whether or not there exists any tangible conflicts of interest in proposed research and projects requiring re-review
+Attend IRB and IACUC panel meetings to review research proposals and protocols, ascertaining each meet criteria of good research
+Attend Conflict of Interest Committee meetings and transcribe meeting minutes

Career medium 02
Career medium 02

ARAMARK Healthcare Technologies

Biomedical Equipment Technician Intern

+Assisted the Biomedical Technicians, onsite at Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital and at Memorial Regional Medical Center, in fixing malfunctioning hospital equipment
+Suggested potential solutions when problems arose with equipment and technology
+Absorbed information and details about medical devices through daily encounters with life supporting technology
+Conducted preventative maintenance tests on essential hospital technology, such as EKG's, ventilators, feeding pumps, anesthesia systems, defibrillators, and centrifuges, based on semi-annual and annual maintenance schedules
+Analyzed ways in which equipment could be re-engineered or redesigned for ease of use and repair



Team Member

+Placed orders and attended to all needs of the guests
+Took phone calls when needed
+Served as a proactive team member in all areas
+Maintained a high standard for cleanliness in the dining area

Career medium 04

Barnes & Noble @ VCU

Seasonal Cashier

+Completed customers’ purchases and textbook rentals
+Answered the telephone when necessary
+Provided guests with general information and assistance

Capital Ale House

Lead Host

+Led other hosts
+Greeted, seated, and served guests
+Answered the telephone, provided general information, and took reservations
+Created the server sections of the day
+Assisted the servers when they became overwhelmed
+Served as a proactive team member
+Monitored the overall atmosphere of the restaurant
+Maintained a high standard for cleanliness in all areas of dining

Career medium 02
Education medium 01

Virginia Commonwealth University

Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering

Minor: Mathematical Sciences
Relevant Coursework and Experience: Calculus, Multivariate Calculus, Organic Chemistry, Biomechanics, Circuitry Design, Chemical and Biological Lab Experience, Mechanical Testing, Biomedical Instrumentation, FDA Regulations, Ethics in Healthcare, Psychology, Statics & Mechanics, Differential Equations, Anatomy, Quantitative Physiology, Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering, HIPAA, Operating Room Experience


Midlothian High School

Advanced Diploma