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Santhia Mirtyl

14599 Seaford Circle Apt 102 TAMPA, FL 33613 561.396.6383 smirtyl1@health.usf.edu

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science Nursing, (2013) University of South Florida Tampa, FL Anticipated graduation 8/10/13 GPA 3.5 Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences, (2010) University of South Florida Tampa, FL

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
Bayfront Medical Center 5/14/13-Present 360 hours of bed side nursing care 170 preceptorship hours on Trauma Floor Tested for vital signs Carried out independent health assessments Completed documentation Cared for up to 2 patients with minimal supervision Distributed medications Inserted IV for medication and lab purposes Performed wound care Carried out tracheotomy care Assisted physical therapist with ambulation exercises with patients Inserted female urinary catheter Provided encouragement, counsel, comfort and outstanding customer service to patients and family members Tube feeding care Morton Plant Hospital 90 hours of clinical Provided emotions support for psychiatric patients Presented education to children on fitness and nutrition Aided in ambulation All Childrens Hospital 48 hours of clinical Documentation Provided sex education Administered medications Inserted IV Provide play therapy Insertion of straight catheter for labs Infant and child physical assessment Assessed for vitals Helped with feeding of premature infants Aided with infant care 8/12-12/12

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Baby Place 48 hours of clinical Performed mother and baby assessments Adjusted, monitored and interpreted fetal heart monitor Assisted with inserting female urinary catheter Withdrawal of blood for labs Provided bedside care and comfort Observed caesarean sections

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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
College of Medicine, University of South Florida, Tampa Fl- Department Molecular Pharmacology & Physiology 4/ 09 7/ 09 Work: Assigned to acquire knowledge on previous literature on constructing oxygen polarographic electrode. Prepare a research proposal to conduct future research. College of Medicine, University of South Florida, Tampa Fl Department of Excellence of Aging and Brain Repair 12/09-1/12 Work: Vigorously attempting many methods to find a probably treatment for ALS patients Independently determined the Human Umbilical Cord Blood cell distribution and migration within the Central Nervous System (CNS) after multiple intravenous administrations into mice modeling ALS. Organized meeting for volunteers and staff Analyzing data to modify experiments Acquire knowledge on western blots, electrophoreses, staining and technical support

PUBLICATIONS
Multiple Intravenous Administrations of Human Umbilical Cord Blood Cells Benefit in a Mouse Model of ALS Svitlana Garbuzova-Davis, Maria C. O. Rodrigues, Santhia Mirtyl, Shanna Turner, Shazia Mitha, Jasmine Sodhi, Subatha Suthakaran, David J. Eve, Cyndy D. Sanberg, Nicole Kuzmin-Nichols, and Paul R. Sanberg1,2,4, Impaired bloodbrain/spinal cord barrier in ALS patients Svitlana Garbuzova-Davis, Diana G. Hernandez-Ontiveros, Maria C.O. Rodrigues, Edward Haller, Aric Frisina-Deyo, Santhia Mirtyl, Sebastian Sallot, Samuel Saporta, Cesario V. Borlonga, Paul R. Sanberg

AWARDS/CERTIFICATIONS
Martha Townsend Longacre Endowed Scholarship in Nursing Two Hours of Domestic Violence Education Certificate FEMA Certified Hazardous Material and Medical Personnel Certified for Clinical Implications of HIV Pathogenesis 8/12-12/ 12 8/12-12/ 12 8/12-12/ 12 8/12-12/ 12

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McNair Scholar Bright Futures

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HIPPA 5/2012 Phlebotomy Technician 3/10 SKILLS: Completion of Nursing Fundamentals. Expert with Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office 972007 (Word, Excel, FrontPage, PowerPoint).

LEARDERSHIP/AFFILIATIONS

Nursing Student Association National Council of Negro Women Member Premedical Summer Enrichment Program- Member Minority Pre- Professional Science Society- Member, Treasurer Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program Koinonia Campus Covenant- Member, Socials Director Campus Activity Board- Member Homecoming Committee- Member Black Student Union- Member, Step Team Volunteer Chair 2007 8/12- Present 8/12- Present 6/09-8/09 8/06- 8/09 5/08- 5/10 8/06-12/07 8/06- 8/07 8/06- 8/09 8/06- 1/08

OTHER WORK
University of South Florida - Tampa, FL- Undergraduate Research Assistant 8/10- 1/12 Organized meetings for volunteers and staff Analyzed data to modify experiments Acquired knowledge on western blots, electrophoreses, staining and technical support Supervised individualized experiments of student volunteers with Managed stocking supply, dissecting mice, cutting human tissue, immunohistochemical staining, cell observation, performing western blots and lab maintenance. USF Housing Services Tampa, FL Resident Assistant Served as a counselor and reliable friend for students Trouble shooter Provided resources for students Enforced residence policies Implemented and organized residential meetings and parties. Nexstore Market Place Boca Raton, FL Cashier/ Caf Served as a welcoming and energetic hostess Prioritized needs of customers Excelled in customer services and multitasking 8/07- 1/08

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VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Miracles Outreach Program-Tampa, FL Young Women of Virtue- Tampa, FL The Childrens Home (Hairdresser) - Tampa, FL 1/10 1/10 5/09-7/09

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Urban Outreach Scholars Program (Tutor) Tampa, FL Relay for Life Tampa, FL Reach Out and Read (Reader) Tampa, FL Moffitt Cancer Center (Volunteer) Tampa, FL Horses for Handicapp- Tampa, FL Stamped of Service- Tampa, FL Shriners Childrens Hospital Tampa, FL

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PRESENTATIONS/CONFERENCES
University of South Florida McNair Scholars Program Symposium, Tampa, FL, June 19, 2009. 1. Mirtyl S, Dean J, DAgostino D, Oxygen and Reactive Species in Nucleus Tractus Solitarius Neurons (In vitro). Annual California McNair Scholars Symposium, Berkely, Ca, August 7, 2009. 2. Mirtyl S, Dean J, DAgostino D, Oxygen and Reactive Species in Nucleus Tractus Solitarius Neurons (In vitro).

REFERENCES
1) 2) 3) 4) Donna Morrison (813) 974-3154 Carly Trowell, RN (727) 278-8259 Vonnes Cassandra, RN (813) 974-5895 Rowina Harmon (561) 654-1778