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31.01.1989
dsdermin@syr.edu

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
26.08.2015–...   
State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Kandidaat (60,00)
 
 
Haridustee
26.08.2015–...   
Biokeemia doktorikraad
2011–2014   
Psühhiaatria magistrikraad
2007–2011   
Biokeemia bakalaureusekraad
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2015−...   
• Tagatud, et kõik laboratooriumi üliõpilased järgisid laboratooriumis välja töötatud SOP-e ja ohutusprotokolle • Suunasid kõiki töötajaid, et nad jääksid ülesannete täitmiseks ja välise veeproovi töötlemiseks New Yorgi konservatooriumis (DEC) • Proovid visuaalseks analüüsiks, toksiini ekstraheerimiseks, toksiini analüüsiks ja fluorestsentsiks • Saadeti päevas vetikate visuaalse analüüsi aruanded New Yorgi osariigi looduskaitseosakonnale
 
 
Loometöö
ESITLUSED
Kutsutud kõlar
1) “What to expect during your candidacy exam.” Graduate Student Candidacy Panel, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, Fall 2018.

2) “No Finger Lake is safe: Changing times in Keuka Lake.” American Chemical Society, Local Central New York Section Meeting, Keuka Park, NY, 2018.

3) “What to expect during your candidacy exam.” Graduate Student Candidacy Panel, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, Spring 2018.

4) “Reality Check: Balancing Personal, Professional, and Academic Responsibilities”. Graduate Student Colloquium, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, 2017.

5) “What to expect during your candidacy exam.” Graduate Student Candidacy Panel, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, 2017.

Suulised ettekanded
1) “The intensity effects on Microcystis aeruginosa pigments, cell migration, and toxin levels”. Northeast Algal Society, New Haven, CT, 2018.

2) “Impacts of hydrogen peroxide on the growth of cyanobacteria and chlorophytes”. International Associations for Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, 2017.

3) “Impacts of hydrogen peroxide on the growth of cyanobacteria and chlorophytes”. Northeast Algal Society, Bretton Woods, NH, 2017.

Plakatite esitlused
1) “Adaptation of phycocyanin and phycoerythrin concentration in Microcystis spp. under low and elevated light conditions”. International Conference of Harmful Algae, Nantes, France, 2018.

2) “The intensity effects on Microcystis pigments, cell migration, and toxin levels”. International Associations for Great Lakes Research, Toronto, ON, 2018.

3) “The intensity effects on Microcystis pigments, cell migration, and toxin levels”. 10th Annual Biotechnology Symposium, Syracuse, NY, 2018.

4) “The intensity effects on Microcystis pigments, cell migration, and toxin levels”. ESF Spotlight on Student Research & Outreach, Syracuse, NY, 2018.

5) “Impacts of hydrogen peroxide on the growth of cyanobacteria and chlorophytes for remediation”. 9th US Symposium on Harmful Algal Blooms, Baltimore, MD, 2017.

6) “Impacts of hydrogen peroxide on the growth of cyanobacteria and chlorophyte.” ESF Spotlight on Student Research & Outreach, Syracuse, NY, 2017.

7) “Effects of nutrient limitation on the photosynthetic efficiency of Microcystis and Chlorella.” International Associations for Great Lakes Research, Guelph, ON, 2016.

8) “Effects of nutrient limitation on the photosynthetic efficiency of Microcystis.” Northeast Algal Society, Westfield, MA, 2016.

9) “Effects of nutrient limitation on the photosynthetic efficiency of Microcystis.” ESF Spotlight on Student Research & Outreach, Syracuse, NY, 2016.

10) “Decreased NMDAR NR1 subunit in post-synaptic density from PFC of patients with schizophrenia” Australian Neuroscience Society, Melbourne, Australia, 2013.

11) “Increased autoantibodies against brain tissue in schizophrenia.” Brain Sciences UNSW Symposium, Sydney, Australia, 2012.

12) “Increased Autoantibodies Against Brain Tissue in Schizophrenia.” Society for Biological Psychiatry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2012.

13) “Plankton in the Middle: Small Environmental Changes Could Spell Big Trouble for Lake Ecology.” National Conference of Undergraduate Research, Madison, Wisconsin, 2009.
 
 
Lisainfo
Teadusuuringute toetused
Student Grant to Support Student Research, North East Algal Society 2017
“The effect of light on phycocyanin and phycoerythrin ratios in Microcystis aeruginosa”
Total amount: $500
Reisitoetused
1) Office of Instruction and Graduate Studies. Graduate Student Travel Grant. Funding for travel to the 18th International Conference on Harmful Algae in Nantes, France ($300) 2018

2) International Society of the Study of Harmful Algae Travel Grant for travel to the 18th International Conference on Harmful Algae in Nantes, France ($1500) 2018

3) Graduate Student Association Travel Grant from SUNY College Environmental Science and Forestry. Funding for travel to the International Conference for Great Lakes Research from 2018 ($200) 2018

4) Graduate Student Employee Union at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Professional Development Awards Program. Funding for travel to the United States Harmful Algal Bloom Conference from 2017. ($824.70). 2018

5) State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Graduate Student Association Graduate Student Travel Grant. Funding for travel to International Association for Great Lakes Research. ($250) 2018

6) Great Lakes Research Consortium Grant to Support Research. Funding for travel to International Association for Great Lakes Research. ($250) 2018

7) Great Lakes Research Consortium Grant to Support Research. Funding for travel to International Association for Great Lakes Research. ($250) 2017

8) Office of Instruction and Graduate Studies. Graduate Student Travel Grant. Funding for travel to International Association for Great Lakes Research. ($400) 2017

Great Lakes Research Consortium Grant to Support Research. Funding for travel to Northeast
ÕPPEAINE KOGEMUS
Ajutine akadeemilise toe spetsialist septembris 2018-kohal
Siracusa ülikool
• Õppinud üliõpilasi mitmesugustes teadustes (üldkeemia klass ja lab, üldbioloogia, üldine bioloogia, astronoomia, geoloogia, geneetika, molekulaarbioloogia, teaduspoliitika, teaduskirjandus ja okeanograafia)

Õpetamisassistent august 2015 - jaanuar 2019
New Yorgi ülikooli keskkonnateaduste ja metsanduse kolledž, keemiainstituut, Syracuse, NY
“Üldkeemia laboratoorium I & II” (1 krediit)
• Õpetas iga semestri kohta kaks laboratoorset sektsiooni umbes 20 õpilase kohta
• Labori aruanded ja iganädalased tööajad

Töökoja juhendaja nov. 2017
Baltimore, MD
“Magevee biotoksiinide tuvastamise loeng ja praktiline kogemus”
• Kutsutud selles õppetöös õpetama magevee toksiinide avastamise ja kvantifitseerimise meetodeid ELISA abil

Külalislektor Feb 2017
New Yorgi ülikooli keskkonnateaduste ja metsanduse kolledž, keemiainstituut, Syracuse, NY
„Juhtumiuuring: Okeechobee järv keskkonnaproovide võtmiseks”
• kutsutud õpetama 55-minutilist loengut bakalaureuseõppe kursusele, mis koosneb 18 bakalaureuseõppe üliõpilasest

Adjunct Instructor Aug 2013-dets 2014
Keuka kolledž, Loodusteaduste osakond, Keuka Park, New York
„Sissejuhatus elu teadustesse” (3 krediidiklassi, 1 krediidilabor)
• Õpetas esimese aasta tööteraapia peamisi ettevõtteid, et tutvustada elu, rakkude ja arengu bioloogia ning geneetika keemiat

Student Tutor Fall 2008-kevad 2011
Keuka kolledž, Loodusteaduste osakond, Keuka Park, New York
• Vaadatud kursus toimib esimese, teise, kolmanda ja neljanda aasta geeniteaduse, üldkeemia 1 ja 2, orgaanilise keemia 1 ja 2 ning füüsika 1 ja 2 õpilastega
• Töötanud nii individuaalse kui ka grupi juhendajana nii laborites kui ka kursustel

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2018, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, Spotlight on Student Research, 2nd Place
2018, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, Second Harmful Algal Bloom Summit. Invited attendee.
2016, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
2011, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, Neuroscience Research Australia Scholarship from 2011-2013
2011, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, American Chemical Society Award
2010, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, Strasenburg Prize in Chemistry
2007, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, Dean's List at Keuka College
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
ETIS KLASSIFIKAATOR: 1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused; 1.1. Biokeemia; CERCS KLASSIFIKAATOR: B191 Taimebiokeemia; TÄPSUSTUS: Tsüanobakterid
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31.01.1989
dsdermin@syr.edu

Career

Institutions and positions
26.08.2015–...   
State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, PhD Candidate (60,00)
 
 
Education
26.08.2015–...   
PhD Candidate in Biochemistry
2011–2014   
Master's in Psychiatry
2007–2011   
Bachelor's in Biochemistry
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2015−...   
• Ensured all laboratory students were following laboratory-developed SOPs and safety protocols • Directed all employees to stay on task and complete external water sample processing for New York Department of Conservation (DEC) • Ran samples for visual analysis, toxin extraction, toxin analysis, and fluorescence • Sent out daily algal visual analysis reports to New York State’s Department of Conservation
 
 
Creative work
PRESENTATIONS
Invited Speaker
1) “What to expect during your candidacy exam.” Graduate Student Candidacy Panel, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, Fall 2018.

2) “No Finger Lake is safe: Changing times in Keuka Lake.” American Chemical Society, Local Central New York Section Meeting, Keuka Park, NY, 2018.

3) “What to expect during your candidacy exam.” Graduate Student Candidacy Panel, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, Spring 2018.

4) “Reality Check: Balancing Personal, Professional, and Academic Responsibilities”. Graduate Student Colloquium, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, 2017.

5) “What to expect during your candidacy exam.” Graduate Student Candidacy Panel, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, 2017.

Oral Presentations
1) “The intensity effects on Microcystis aeruginosa pigments, cell migration, and toxin levels”. Northeast Algal Society, New Haven, CT, 2018.

2) “Impacts of hydrogen peroxide on the growth of cyanobacteria and chlorophytes”. International Associations for Great Lakes Research, Detroit, MI, 2017.

3) “Impacts of hydrogen peroxide on the growth of cyanobacteria and chlorophytes”. Northeast Algal Society, Bretton Woods, NH, 2017.

Poster Presentations
1) “Adaptation of phycocyanin and phycoerythrin concentration in Microcystis spp. under low and elevated light conditions”. International Conference of Harmful Algae, Nantes, France, 2018.

2) “The intensity effects on Microcystis pigments, cell migration, and toxin levels”. International Associations for Great Lakes Research, Toronto, ON, 2018.

3) “The intensity effects on Microcystis pigments, cell migration, and toxin levels”. 10th Annual Biotechnology Symposium, Syracuse, NY, 2018.

4) “The intensity effects on Microcystis pigments, cell migration, and toxin levels”. ESF Spotlight on Student Research & Outreach, Syracuse, NY, 2018.

5) “Impacts of hydrogen peroxide on the growth of cyanobacteria and chlorophytes for remediation”. 9th US Symposium on Harmful Algal Blooms, Baltimore, MD, 2017.

6) “Impacts of hydrogen peroxide on the growth of cyanobacteria and chlorophyte.” ESF Spotlight on Student Research & Outreach, Syracuse, NY, 2017.

7) “Effects of nutrient limitation on the photosynthetic efficiency of Microcystis and Chlorella.” International Associations for Great Lakes Research, Guelph, ON, 2016.

8) “Effects of nutrient limitation on the photosynthetic efficiency of Microcystis.” Northeast Algal Society, Westfield, MA, 2016.

9) “Effects of nutrient limitation on the photosynthetic efficiency of Microcystis.” ESF Spotlight on Student Research & Outreach, Syracuse, NY, 2016.

10) “Decreased NMDAR NR1 subunit in post-synaptic density from PFC of patients with schizophrenia” Australian Neuroscience Society, Melbourne, Australia, 2013.

11) “Increased autoantibodies against brain tissue in schizophrenia.” Brain Sciences UNSW Symposium, Sydney, Australia, 2012.

12) “Increased Autoantibodies Against Brain Tissue in Schizophrenia.” Society for Biological Psychiatry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2012.

13) “Plankton in the Middle: Small Environmental Changes Could Spell Big Trouble for Lake Ecology.” National Conference of Undergraduate Research, Madison, Wisconsin, 2009.
 
 
Additional information
Research Grants
Student Grant to Support Student Research, North East Algal Society 2017
“The effect of light on phycocyanin and phycoerythrin ratios in Microcystis aeruginosa”
Total amount: $500
Travel Grants
1) Office of Instruction and Graduate Studies. Graduate Student Travel Grant. Funding for travel to the 18th International Conference on Harmful Algae in Nantes, France ($300) 2018

2) International Society of the Study of Harmful Algae Travel Grant for travel to the 18th International Conference on Harmful Algae in Nantes, France ($1500) 2018

3) Graduate Student Association Travel Grant from SUNY College Environmental Science and Forestry. Funding for travel to the International Conference for Great Lakes Research from 2018 ($200) 2018

4) Graduate Student Employee Union at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Professional Development Awards Program. Funding for travel to the United States Harmful Algal Bloom Conference from 2017. ($824.70). 2018

5) State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry Graduate Student Association Graduate Student Travel Grant. Funding for travel to International Association for Great Lakes Research. ($250) 2018

6) Great Lakes Research Consortium Grant to Support Research. Funding for travel to International Association for Great Lakes Research. ($250) 2018

7) Great Lakes Research Consortium Grant to Support Research. Funding for travel to International Association for Great Lakes Research. ($250) 2017

8) Office of Instruction and Graduate Studies. Graduate Student Travel Grant. Funding for travel to International Association for Great Lakes Research. ($400) 2017

Great Lakes Research Consortium Grant to Support Research. Funding for travel to Northeast
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Temporary Academic Support Specialist Sept 2018-Present
Syracuse University
• Tutored undergraduate students in a wide variety of sciences (general chemistry class and lab, general biology, non-major general biology, astronomy, geology, genetics, molecular biology, science policy, scientific writing, and oceanography)

Teaching Assistant Aug 2015-January 2019
State University of New York College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, Department of Chemistry, Syracuse, NY
“General Chemistry Laboratory I & II” (1 credit)
• Taught two laboratory sections each semester of approximately 20 students per section
• Graded lab reports and held weekly office hours

Workshop Co-Instructor Nov 2017
Baltimore, MD
“Freshwater Biotoxin Detection lecture and hands-on experience”
• Invited to co-teach at this workshop about the methods for detection and quantification of freshwater toxins using ELISAs

Guest Lecturer Feb 2017
State University of New York College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, Department of Chemistry, Syracuse, NY
“Case Study: Lake Okeechobee for Environmental Sampling”
• Invited to teach a 55 minute lecture for an undergraduate course (“Environmental Sampling Methods”) made up of 18 undergraduate science students

Adjunct Instructor Aug 2013-Dec 2014
Keuka College, Department of Natural Sciences, Keuka Park, New York
“Introduction to the Sciences of Life” (3 credit class, 1 credit lab)
• Taught first year occupational therapy majors an introduction to the chemistry of life, cell and developmental biology, and genetics

Student Tutor Fall 2008-Spring 2011
Keuka College, Department of Natural Sciences, Keuka Park, New York
• Reviewed course work with first, second, third, and fourth year students in Genetics, General Chemistry 1 and 2, Organic Chemistry 1 and 2, and Physics 1 and 2
• Worked as either an individual or group Tutor for both laboratories and courses

Qualifications

 
 
Honours & awards
2018, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, A poster presentation at the State University of New York College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, Syracuse, NY.
2018, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, New York State received $65 million in funding to study Harmful Algal Blooms. There were four overall summits and the second one was at the State University of New York College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry, Syracuse, NY.
2016, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, Received a graduate stipend through an NSF Graduate Fellowship from 2016 to present.
2011, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, Full scholarship for Master’s by Research Degree at University of New South Wales, Neuroscience Research Australia.
2011, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, This prize is awarded at Keuka College to seniors for outstanding work in chemistry for 4 years
2010, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, This award is given out each year at Keuka College for outstanding work in chemistry over the first 3 years in undergraduate studies
2007, Dominique Suzanne Derminio, Keuka College requirement: 3.500 GPA for that semester. Achieved this for Fall 2007, Spring 2008, Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2011
 
 
Fields of research
ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 1. Biosciences and Environment; 1.1. Biochemistry; CERCS CLASSIFICATION: B191 Plant biochemistry ; SPECIFICATION: Cyanobacteria
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