Andrew Smith

287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000
[email protected]
(000) 000-0000

Professional Summary

I am a Colombian Medical Doctor and Master in Clinical Neuroscience from UCL. I have a very strong interest in Clinical and Experimental Neurology. I am a committed, responsible, resilient, and independent person. I enjoy working with multidisciplinary teams, but work best independently. I take initiative and like challenging projects. 

Employment history

Clinical Research Assistant, Bahringer-Welch. Lindfort, North Carolina
Aug. 2019 – Present
  • Work on clinical research projects relevant to the Neuro Intensive Care Unit. 
  • Collaborate with the researchers in and outside of the department. Lead analysis and interpretation of collected data. 
  • Review methodological aspects of research projects. 

Research Assistant, Schmeler Inc. Pamellamouth, North Carolina
  • Data collection for study Outpatient treatment with ultra-low dose intravenous ketamine for chronic refractory neuropathic pain in patients with neurofibromatosis
  • Prepare manuscripts and present results

Clinical Research Associate, Stokes-Kutch. North Jedfurt, Oregon
Jun. 2018 – Aug. 2018
  • Responsible for the detailed processes of recruitment, including consenting, application of medical device, and collection of data.
  •  Ensure integration of device  with EEG, other respiratory, cardiac and additional biological data collected during in-patient period and to make data set available to research team.
  •  Enter data into relevant databases and prepare cohorts for in-house studies.
  •  Undertake statistical analysis of data. 
  • Maintain accurate and complete records and ensure data security and confidentiality of medical data. 
  • Ensure the highest standard of record keeping, maintaining 

Research Assistant, Kautzer, Koss and Krajcik. East Jolandaport, Delaware
Mar. 2017 – Apr. 2017
  • Work on clinical research projects relevant to the Primary Stroke Center. 
  • Collaborate with the researchers in and outside of the department.
  • Prepare manuscripts for scientific journals


The Mississippi College, Heaneytown, Washington
Master of Science, Clinical Neuroscience, Dec. 2018

Kshlerin College, New Tommiemouth, Arkansas
M.D., Medicine, Apr. 2017

Eastern Kerluke University, Veumchester, Kentucky
Diploma, Medical Intern, Nov. 2016

Fisher Academy, Hackettland, Rhode Island
Diploma, Medical Elective-Neurology, Oct. 2016

Northern Morar Institute, Port Jeromymouth, Minnesota
Diploma, Medical Observership-Neurosurgery, Apr. 2016

East Kling, East Lester, Kentucky
Diploma, Medical Elective-Child Neurology, Jan. 2016

North Mississippi Institute, Wuckertside, New Hampshire
Diploma, International Development and Environment, Sep. 2013

Mertz Institute, Jefferyfort, Virginia
High School Diploma, School, Oct. 2009



Clinical Trials (design, implementation, coordination, execution)

Database design, preparation, analysis

Medical Statistics

Statistical Sofware (R, SPSS, STATA)

Microsoft Office

Scientific and medical literature search (MEDLINE, PubMed, EMBASE, CENTRAL, life science journals and online books)

Languages (Spanish, English, French)

EEG Interpretation

Additional Experience



clinical research assistant

  • Implemented a community based participatory research (CBPR) intervention on stroke preparedness with African-American adults and youth in Flint, MI, that successfully increased stroke symptom recognition and response in a vulnerable population. 
  • Delivered a stroke education training session to adults 18-60 years old to increase knowledge of the disease and ensure appropriate program replication by community leaders. 
  • Administered over 60 cognitive interviews as part of a clinical research team to assess acceptability and feasibility of a stroke education tablet application for use in Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in Flint and Grand Rapids, MI. 
  • Composed and edited health behavior theory sections for two NIH grant applications related to health disparities in stroke outcomes among low socioeconomic status and minority communities. 

clinical research assistant

  • Worked to investigate the appearance of different hormone levels in a multitude of pregnant women with an advanced maternal age.  
  • Extracted and organized data from patient files provided by a team of fetal surgeons from across the nation.
  • Co-authored results expected to be published as two abstracts for presentation at the 2018 annual meeting of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine in Dallas, Texas. 
  • Work on clinical research projects relevant to the Neuro Intensive Care Unit. 

clinical research assistant

  • Collaborated on opiate study for women postpartum
  • Managed patient information database for the OB/GYN Research center to track patient records 
  • Complied statistical data for analysis purposes 
  • Analyzed preliminary data using Excel, EPIC, RedCap, presented findings in meetings regularly