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1 Mani Roshan Moniri Department of Surgery, University of British Columbia Ike Barber Human Islet Transplant Laboratory Room West 10th Avenue VGH Research Pavilion Vancouver, BC V5Z 1L8 Canada Cell: (604) , Lab: (604) Fax: (604)

2 ACADEMIC HISTORY Pinetree Secondary School Coquitlam, BC Science major and finished grade 12.Graduate with honors and 30% top student award Douglas College Coquitlam, BC Associate Science degree UBC Vancouver, BC Bachelor's degree in Biology UBC Vancouver, BC Master's degree in Science, Experimental Medicine Program SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS Award Amount ($) Date Received Duration Graduate Student Travel Award Achievement Award, Experimental Medicine Program CIHR Master s Award: Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship $400 Nov 2011 Travel Award $750 Sept 2011 One Semester $17,500 Sept 2010 One year Canadian Diabetes $500 Oct 2010 Travel Award Association Transplant Training $1000 Apr 2010 One Semester Contribution Honorarium Stem Cell network $1200 Apr 2010 Travel Award CIHR Transplantation Training Program Award UBC Graduate Entrance Award $20,000 Sept 2009 Two years $1000 Sept 2009 One Semester Dean s Honour List N/A Apr 2007 One year UBC Summer NSERC USRA Award Canadian Society of Zoologists Finalist on best poster presentation at CSZ 2007 Top 6 Oral presentations in MURC Passport to Education, Grade 12 $6153 May 2007 Summer 4 months $350 May 2007 Travel Award N/A May 2007 Runner up $100 March 2006 N/A $250 Sept 2003 One year

3 GRANTS AND FUNDING Operating Grant: Dual-targeted and Cell-based Gene Therapy of Pancreatic Cancer ( CIHR March 2012Competition) RESEARCH Field of Research: Physiology and Cell Biology, Cancer Therapy, Personalized Medicine and Islet transplantation Study: Human Islets, Red Blood cells, Vero cells, Pancreatic Cancer models, Stem cells, Cell Engineering, & Personalized Medicine Physiological systems: Red Blood Cells & Oxygen transport, Insulin production, Beta cells survival and apoptosis, Transplantation, Stem Cells physiology Cellular systems: Viral infection, cellular microscopy (con-focal and florescence), Flow Cytometry, Xcelligence, Gene Delivery. RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS 1. Alexandra K. Marr1, Mani Roshan Moniri1, Håvard Jenssen2, Robert E. W. Hancock2 and Nelly Panté1*. Department of Zoology, and 2Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada Bovine Lactoferrin and Lactoferricin Interfere with Intracellular Trafficking of Herpes Simplex Virus. Biochimie Jan;91(1): Epub 2008 Jun Rummer JL *, Roshan-Moniri M *, Balfry SK, Brauner CJ. Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.*Co- First Author. Use it or lose it? Sablefish, Anoplopoma fimbria, a species representing a fifth teleostean group where the βnhe associated with the red blood cell adrenergic stress response has been secondarily lost. J Exp Biol May;213(Pt 9): Dai LJ, Moniri MR, Zeng ZR, Zhou JX, Rayat J, Warnock GL. Department of Surgery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Potential implications of mesenchymal stem cells in cancer therapy. Cancer Lett Jun 1;305(1): Xu-Yong Sun, Jiang Nong, Ke Qin, Hong Lu, Mani R. Moniri, Long-Jun Dai and Garth L. Warnock. JournalAnticancer Res 2011; MSCTRAILmediated HepG2 Cell Death in Direct and Indirect Co-cultures. 5. Mani R. Moniri, Xu-Yong Sun, Jarrett Rayat, Derek Dai, C. Bruce Verchere, Long- Jun Dai, Garth L. Warnock. TRAIL-engineered pancreas-derived mesenchymal stem cells: characterization and pro-apoptotic properties on pancreatic cancer cells. Cancer Gene Therapy. February 2012 (under review)

4 ABSTRACT PUBLICATIONS 1. Inhibition of Fas pathway-mediated apoptosis of INS-1 cells by overexpression of B7-H4. Periodical or Conference Name: 2010 supplement issue of Canadian Journal of Diabetes. Mani R.Moniri, Dawei Ou, C. Bruce Verchere, Garth L. Warnock. Pres./Pub Date: 12/1/ Characterization of human pancreas-derived MSCs and their postxenotransplantation distribution in mice. Periodical or Conference Name: Xenotransplantation, Journal of the International Xenotransplantation Associations. Mani R.Moniri, Jarrett Rayat, Derek Dai, Bin Wang, Ingrid Barta, Hong Lu, susan Shuen, Zehua He, Ziliang Ao, C. Bruce Verchere, Mark Meloche, Long-Jun Dai, Garth L. Warnock. Pres./Pub Date: 18(5) page 304, 2011 OPINION PIECES PUBLICATIONS 1. Riding the Blue Limo to Success Periodical or Conference Name: Connections (Life at UBC 2008/2009) Authors: Carmen Chu, Mani Roshan Moniri, Allison Dunnet-Holzer 2. An annual compendium of stories about the impact of giving Periodical or Conference Name: Scholarly Pursuits.Authors: Claire Morris, Mani R. Moniri.Pres./Pub Date: 9/4/2007 RESEARCH SEMINARS AND TALKS Oral Presentations: 1. The Root Effect and ßNHE in Sablefish s RBCs The Annual Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference (MURC) The University of British Columbia, Canada. 2. Protective roles of B7-H4 on Beta cell mass and secretory functions Training Program in Regenerative Medicine 2009 symposium. Toronto, Canada Transplantation Training Congress 2009 meeting, Vancouver, Canada. Western Region Islet Study Group 2010 Conference. Seattle, USA Canadian Diabetes Association 2010 Conference. Edmonton, Canada Poster Presentations: 1. Characterization of the oxygen transport system in sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria) Canadian Society of Zoologists Montreal, Canada 2. Protective roles of B7-H4 on Beta cell mass and secretory functions Student Research Day Vancouver, Canada Chung Research Day Vancouver, Canada 3. Characterization of human pancreas-derived MSCs and their postxenotransplantation distribution in mice Cell Transplant Society- International Xenotransplantation Association (CTS-IXA) 2011 Joint International Congress. Miami, USA

5 4. Human pancreas-derived MSC-mediated apoptosis of pancreatic cancer cells in direct- and indirect co-cultures Cell Transplant Society- International Xenotransplantation Association (CTS-IXA) 2011 Joint International Congress. Miami, USA 5. both 3 and 4 were also presented in 2011 annual Chung s Day Research Conference UNIVERISTY TEACHING EXPERIENCE Lab Volunteer Trainer at UBC Trained 3 volunteers through-out my MSc for the lab and different projects. Biology 200 Supervisory TA 2009 at UBC Taught 3 tutorial sections along with supervising other teaching assistants Course coordinator and creator 2007 at UBC Iranian History and Literature (ASTU400c): design, organizing, and coordinating all of the class material and activities Biology 200 TA 2007 at UBC Making exam questions for the designated tutorial section, going over problem sets, and organizing the class activities on weekly basis, and holding extra office hours Biology 200 Peer TA 2006 at UBC going to every class, responsible for half a lecture at one time, office hours, and taking a survey while I was in the class Tutoring 2002-current,BC Coordinating mini-school classes for science and math courses at high school level and biology, calculus, and Physics at university levels WORKSHOPS AND CERTIFICATES Animal Care Certificates: 2010-Current Biology and Husbandry of the Laboratory Rodent Anaesthesia of the Laboratory Rodent General Principles of Rodent Surgery Responsible Conduct of Resarch Course 2009-Current Biological Safety Certificate 2009-Current Chemical Safety Certificate 2009-Current Introductory laboratory safety course CPR Level C & Standard First AID Certificate Current MURP Certificate, Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Program Completed a set of research workshops for different skill necessities for the field, at least 12 workshops were covered.

6 TAG Certificate, Teaching and Academic Growth Completed 2 full workshops on how to deal with a class situation as a coordinator and person in charge. Only a handful of students in their undergraduate studies get to finish this certificate UBC Emerging Leader Mentor program Peer Teaching Assistance workshop 2006 A comprehensive workshop on how to be an effective peer TA UBC Emerging Leader Mentor program NON-ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES *HOURS/MONTH FORMAT Capacity to Work with Others (1)Title: Volunteering in Peru Description: Met with elderly as a tea time companion, taught orphans English, math, and soccer.painted the parameter of the school and taught 4th graders English organized many activities for disabled orphans. Organization: International Volunteer HQ Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 7/31/2008 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 8/17/2008 Hours: 140 Time Period: Summer (May-Aug) Contact First Name: Ana Lidia Contact Last Name: Lujan Contact Title: Coordinator of Lima Metropolita Contact Phone: Contact (2)Title: Conference Assistant Description: Duties included: editing the website, creating a poster, photographing during the day, preparing the program and agenda, general administrative help. Organization: UBC Diabetes Forum 2009 Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 2/24/2009 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 3/14/2009 Hours: 100 Contact First Name: Crystal Contact Last Name: Robertson Contact Title: Senior Administrative Assistant Contact Phone: (62474) Contact (3)Title: Emerging Leader Mentor Description: I would introduce my mentees with works across campus, get them involve in different events, have them come to my lab for volunteer hours, and direct them in how to gain leadership skills across campus. Organization: Vice-President, Students Emerging Leaders Program Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 11/1/2006 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 8/30/2007

7 Hours: 8 Contact First Name: Kim Contact Last Name: Kiloh Contact Title: Student Development Officer Contact Phone: Contact (4)Title: MURP Social Committee/ MURC AV help Description: Organizing social activities for MURP students throughout the year. We organized 4 different events from a movie night to a social gathering for the corresponding students. Helped for audio/video equipment during the conference Organization: Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Program (MURP) Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/16/2006 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 4/23/2007 Hours: 7 Contact First Name: Sonja Contact Last Name: Embree Contact Title: Former Associate Director URO Contact Phone: Contact (5)Title: Volunteer coordinator Description: Coordinated the work of 40 volunteers, the volunteers helped in setting up the stage and booths, gathering donations during the event, and help in cleaning Amble side park after the ceremony was finished. Organization: ICC, Iranian Canadian Congress of BC Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 3/1/2008 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 4/5/2008 Hours: 80 Contact First Name: Maral Contact Last Name: Niazi Contact Title: Public Relations Committee Contact Phone: Contact Type: Leadership (1)Title: External Promotions Coordinator Description: In charge of all external promotions for the conference, flayer, poster, branding, marketing, sponsors, executing the communication plan, and hitting the target audience of 1250 student leaders. Organization: Student Leadership Conference 2008 Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/19/2007 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 1/12/2008 Hours: 63 Contact First Name: Chad Contact Last Name: Hyson Contact Title: Associate Director, Student Development

8 Contact Phone: Contact (2)Title: President, Vice President, Sport Rep and SA Description: With the goal of fostering friendship among different cultural groups, during my supervision for this organization we managed to organize 120 highly successful events with the executive team of UBCPC. Currently I am the senior adviser. Organization: UBC Persian Club (UBCPC) Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/4/2006 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 1/1/2011 Hours: 30 Contact First Name: Malileh Contact Last Name: Noghrekar Contact Title: Current President Contact Phone: Contact (3)Title: Student Directed Seminar Coordinator Description: Coordinated a 3-credit seminar course: History and Literature of Iran. I worked closely with my faculty supervisor to develop course topics and materials for the 18 participants that we had. This seminar was named one the best seminars of the year. Organization: SDS course number ASTU-400c Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/1/2006 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 4/23/2007 Hours: 44 Contact First Name: Margot Contact Last Name: Bell Contact Title: Associate Director Student Development Contact Phone: Contact Type: Diversity of Experiences (1)Title: Sugery Observer Description: I shadow different surgical procedures with the supervision of Dr. Garth Warnock and Dr. Nguan at VGH and UBC for different surgeries ranging from appendisectomy, laproscopic surgeries, Hernia repair, and Kidney Transplantation. Organization: UBC Department of Surgery Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/4/2008 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 6/1/2011 Hours: 8 Contact First Name: Garh Contact Last Name: Warnock Contact Title: Head of Department of Surgery, UBC & VGH Contact Phone: Contact (2)Title: Plant Biology Lab Volunteer Description: Making slides for other classes, entering information into the computer and general housekeeping. Organization: Plant Biology Laboratory, UBC Botany Dept.

9 Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 1/19/2006 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 4/1/2006 Hours: 8 Contact First Name: Shona Contact Last Name: Ellis Contact Title: Instructor Contact Phone: Contact (3)Title: Training Volunteers Description: I have trained 3 volunteers during the course of my MSc's study and all are now independently working very well on projects in the lab. Organization: Ike Barber Human Islet Laboratory Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/1/2010 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 6/1/2011 Hours: 30 Contact First Name: Crystal Contact Last Name: Robertson Contact Title: Senior Administrative Assistant Contact Phone: (62474) Contact (4)Title: My Travel Description: Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa, Seattle, London, Peru, Austria, Dubai, Amsterdam, Mexico City. Organization: Traveling Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 1/1/2000 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 6/1/2011 Hours: 20 Contact First Name: Nazanin Contact Last Name: R. Moniri Contact Title: Sister Contact Phone: Contact (3)Title: My Certificates Description: TAG, Teaching and Academic Growth Animal Biology and Husbandry, Surgery, and Anesthesia CPR Level C and Standard First Aid Biological and Chemical Safety UBC Student Leader Recognition(Presented by Dr.Toope) MURP Program Organization: Certidications Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/1/2005 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 6/1/2011 Hours: 2 Contact First Name: Crystal Contact Last Name: Robertson Contact Title: Senior Administrative Assistant Contact Phone: (62474) Contact (4)Title: Web Design, & Graphic Design Description: (ongoing)

10 Organization: My Arts Experience Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/1/2006 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 6/1/2011 Hours: 31 Contact First Name: Eva Contact Last Name: Germann Contact Title: Computer Programmer/ IT support Contact Phone: Contact (5)Title: Independent Fund-raising Description: Each year UBCPC with the help of Canadian Red Cross and ISNPO does different fund-raising: $495 raised for AIDS in 2008 $445 raised for Bam earth quack in 2007 Organization: Canadian Red Cross Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/1/2007 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 1/1/2011 Hours: 3 Contact First Name: Farid Contact Last Name: Zahedieh Contact Title: Colleague and past executive member of UBCPC Contact Phone: N/A Contact (6)Title: New Innovation Interview Description: I was interviewed for my innovative way of using technology at UBC for the seminar I coordinated. I was the first student at UBC who used the help of OLT office in order to develop a weblog. Organization: Office of Learning Technologies (OLT) Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 5/8/2007 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 5/8/2007 Hours: 4 Contact First Name: Brian Contact Last Name: Lam Contact Title: Manager, Emerging Technologies Contact Phone: N/A Contact (7)Title: Hiking training for Kilimanjaro Description: We have been training since last year for hiking Kilimanjaro this year. We have finished many peaks in BC and also I have finished Machu Picchu trail hike during my time in Peru, along many peaks in Iran. Organization: Sports Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 1/1/1998 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 6/1/2011 Hours: 2 Contact First Name: Pouya Contact Last Name: Pourghaderi Contact Title: Fellow hiker

11 Contact Phone: Contact (8)Title: Persian Club Snipers Description: UBC Intramural Futsal League Champions Organization: Sports Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 1/1/2007 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 4/30/2007 Hours: 3 Contact First Name: Soroush Contact Last Name: Khoshro Contact Title: Past President Contact Phone: Contact (9)Title: Playing Violin Description: Classical and Folk Persian violin player Organization: Arts Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/1/2001 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 6/1/2011 Hours: 40 Contact First Name: Shamlou Contact Last Name: Karband Contact Title: Instructor Contact Phone: Contact (10)Title: Coaching/ Coaching Committee Description: Helping students who struggle with school work and teach them new techniques of how to deal with the problems. Each academic coach was assigned to students who needed help in this regards and we tried to direct them in new study methods. Organization: Science Advising at UBC Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/20/2006 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/1/2007 Hours: 13 Contact First Name: Janet Contact Last Name: Sinclair Contact Title: Student Development Officer, Academic Advisor, Sci Contact Phone: Contact Type: High Performance in a Human Endeavour (1)Title: Best Professional Sales Associate Description: As a part time sales associate, i managed to sell over $250,000 worth of stuck inventory in one year and had the highest customer satisfaction/ units per sales stat in the whole district Organization: Beta company (Athletes World) Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 8/1/2003 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 8/1/2007 Hours: 20

12 Contact First Name: Susan Contact Last Name: Tan Contact Title: Senior manager (at the time i used to work) Contact Phone: Contact (2)Title: Teaching Assistant Description: Over the 2 years of TAing for Bio200 course I managed to be ranked between the top 5 TAs in the department and the best overall TA in the course by the students. Organization: UBC Department of Zoology, Bio 200 Course Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/4/2009 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 1/1/2011 Hours: 40 Contact First Name: Alicia Contact Last Name: Mazari Contact Title: BIOL200 Coordinator and Professor Contact Phone: Contact (3)Title: Transplantation Training Program Honorarium Description: As one of the students in the program, my commitment for making the program better lead to a web platform and for that reason i was awarded with $1000 honorarium for my contributions to the program. Organization: Faculty of Medicine, Transplant Training Program Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/1/2010 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 4/1/2011 Hours: 10 Contact First Name: Joanne Contact Last Name: Clifton Contact Title: Research Associate, Division of Thoracic Surgery Contact Phone: Contact Type: Service Ethic (1)Title: BCPWA Volunteer Description: Working to develop new website platforms in different areas of BCPWA (Advocacy group, the Complementary Health Fund, and Community-Based Research). Aim of my work was to design platforms that will aid in finding information online. Organization: BC Persons With Aids Society Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 8/27/2008 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 6/1/2011 Hours: 8 Contact First Name: Marc Contact Last Name: Seguin Contact Title: Coordinator of Volunteer Services & Training Contact Phone: Contact

13 (2)Title: One-to-One Visiting Description: My passion for giving care, lead me to get involve with UBC Hospital in which i had the privilege to work with residents of extended care unit on one to one basis. Organization: UBC Hospital, Purdy Extended Care Unit (disabled, elderly residents) Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 2/28/2006 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 4/1/2006 Hours: 6 Contact First Name: Gilbert Contact Last Name: Tessier Contact Title: Volunteer Coordinator Contact Phone: Contact (3)Title: ER Volunteer Description: I mainly helped the staff and patients with any non-medical tasks and when not inundated with patients, I was an observer of medical techniques such as stitching, administering IVs, and basic patients examination rules. Organization: Eagle Ridge Hospital Start Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 10/1/2004 End Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 9/1/2005 Hours: 3 Contact First Name: Mariel Contact Last Name: Williams Contact Title: Manager Volunteer and Pastoral Care Services Contact Phone: Contact EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Institution: ICORD Building Management Dates:9/1/2009-1/1/2011 Period: Year-round, part time Hours:10/wk I work as an office assistant for the ICORD building. My duties includes: helping management with general duties around the building, helping to set up spaces for specific event, posting flyers around the building, and general office duties. Reference: Cheryl Niamath Title: ICORD Administrative Manager Phone: Institution: UBC, Cell Biology Department Dates:9/1/2010-1/1/2011 Period: School Year (September April) only, part time Hours: 10/Wk I was the supervisory teaching assistant (TA) for the Bio200 course at UBC. Teachin two

14 sections, and supervising new TAs. I have also been recognized as the top TAs by student evaluations Reference: Alicia Mazari Title: Dr./ BIOL200 Coordinator and Professor Phone: Institution: Undergraduate Research Opportunities Dates:3/1/2009-8/1/2010 Period: School Year (September April) only, part time Hours: 4/Wk AV Assistant & Web Developer: I was the web developer for this organization on campus and also I was the audio visual assistant for 2008 and 2009 multidisciplinary undergraduate conference Reference: Sonja Embree Title: Director of URO program Phone: Institution: Cell Biology 200, UBC Department of Zoology Dates: 3/1/2009-1/1/2010 Period: School Year (September April) only, part time Hours: 10/Wk I was one of the course TA's for this semester and my duties ranges from: teaching 3 classes, working with a professor during midterm and final examinations, holding office hour for extra help for students. Reference: Ellen Rosenberg Title: Dr.,Senior Instructor Phone: Institution: Ike Barber Human Islet Transplant Laboratory Dates:7/1/2008-6/1/2009 Period: Year-round, full time Hours: 40/Wk I investigate whether expression of B7-H4 by either transfection of recombinant B7-H4 adenovirous or transfection of B7-H4 plasmids in islet cells can protect B-Cell Insulinsecretion function from damage mediated by apoptosis, cytokines, and immunosuppression drugs. Also i managed the lab. Reference: Garth Warnock Title: Dr.,Head of the Department of Surgery, UBC/VGH Phone:

15 Institution: Elections BC Dates:5/1/2009-5/31/2009 Period: School Year (September April) only, part time Hours: 20/Wk Voting Officer: Making sure the well-being of the ballots and that all the people who come to the station for voting will be treated equally and with confidentiality, also responsible for the tally of the voters and reporting the result to the supervisor. Reference: Ann Mitchel Title: Poll Supervisor Phone: Institution: Canada Election Dates:10/1/ /8/2008 Period: Year-round, part time Hours: 40/Wk Central Poll Supervisor: Supervising 9 polling stations, reporting the result to the center, setting up the stations, making sure the DRO, Clerk, and IOs know their responsibilities throughout the day, and making sure the voters will be able to vote in a right manner throughout the day. Reference: Corry Vant Haaf Title: Returning Officer Phone: Institution: Dr.Pante's Lab, UBC LSI building Dates: 10/1/2007-4/30/2008 Period: Year-round, part time Hours: 10/Wk I investigated the effect of lactoferrin and lactoferricin on the intracellular trafficking of Herpes simplex virus-1 HSV1 and were able to publish a paper in accordance to the results we achieved in this experiment. The main work consisted of troubleshooting protocols and immunofluorescence microscopy. Reference: Nelly Pante Title: Associate Professor Phone:

16 Institution: Cell Biology 200, UBC Department of Zoology Dates:9/1/2006-1/1/2008 Period: School Year (September April) only, part time Hours: 10/Wk I was the only undergraduate TA for this course during Sept 07-Jan 08, from 2006 to 2007 i was a Peer TA, and Peer TA coordinator. My duties included: Teaching a tutorial class of 25 students every week, marking their papers and exams, holding office hours for those who need extra help, and sit in one class during the week and help students. Reference: Ellen Rosenberg Title: Dr.,Senior Instructor Phone: Institution: Athletes World Dates:8/1/2003-8/1/2007 Period: Full time during summer(s), part time during school year Hours: 20/Wk Professional Sales Associate: I worked in AW as a part time/ full time sales associate. My duties were mainly selling merchandise, training new staff, stock room management, running the sales floor in absence of a manager, and I was one the key holders of the store. This job signifies my sense of punctuality, responsibility,and team play Reference: Susan Tan Title: Store Senior Manager Phone: Institution: UBC Walter. C. Koerner Library Dates:9/1/2005-1/1/2007 Period: School Year (September April) only, part time Hours: 10/Wk Student Assistant: My duties in this job included: shelving books, shelf reading and pickup, housekeeping, and discharging of the books. Reference: Kerry Steeves Title: Library Assistant, Borrower Services Phone:

17 Institution: Election Canada Dates:5/1/2004-1/1/2006 Period: School Year (September April) only, part time Hours: 15/Wk Registrar officer/io(informational Officer) during 2004 and 2006 national elections. My duties were to keep the election in a good and outstanding manner, provide voters with the information in accordance to their voting place, and registering the unregistered voters who are eligible for voting. Furthermore, i have attended completed two workshops. Reference: Leslie Niel Title: Returning Officer Phone: Institution: Douglas College Library Dates:9/1/2003-4/1/2005 Period: School Year (September April) only, part time Hours: 10/Wk I worked as a library student assistance for Douglas college, Coquitlam campus. My duty in this job included: shelving books, shelf reading and pickup, housekeeping, and audio and video room assistance. Working as a part of the team and earning money were the highlights of this job. Reference: Donna Stimson Title: Library Supervisor Phone: Institution: Private Math and Science Tutor Dates:9/1/2000-9/1/2003 Period: School Year (September April) only, part time Hours:5/Wk I have started mini classes and worked as a private tutor since my arrival to Canada and with my determination and continuous hard work I had up to 20 students to tutor in year 2003, the years before had an average of 5-10 people. I have tutored students ranging from grade 8-12 and I received the math award from Pinetree secondary school. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Transplant Training Program

18 Canadian Diabetes Association Canadian Society for Zoologists UBC Persian Club UBC MedFusion Club UBC Mentors UBC Science Academic Coaching

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