Laila Siddiqui

Laila SiddiquiEmail: lsiddiq2@jhu.edu Cell: 201-312-4953Address: 4330 Anthony Drive, Bethlehem, PA 18020EDUCATION
Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MDBachelor of Arts in Cognitive Science, Dean’s List May 2014Minor: PsychologyGPA: 3.51
WORK EXPERIENCE
Lehigh Valley Hospital, Renal Medical-Surgical (Unit 6B) Allentown, PA(Technical Partner) November 2015 – June 2016• Provided direct 1-on-1 care to adult patients admitted to the hospital for a variety of health concerns• Performed treatments and diagnostic studies including vital signs, EKGs, sample collection, IV blood draws, bladder scans, changing wound dressings, range of motion testing, implementing rehabilitation protocols• Informed and involved patients in care to assess needs and reported patient concerns to registered nurses
Kennedy Krieger Institute, Neurobehavioral Unit Baltimore, MD(Clinical Assistant) September 2014 – April 2015• Provided direct physical care to patients with special needs and severe behavioral issues• Collected data and implemented behavioral and educational protocols to decrease specific target behaviors
Kennedy Krieger Institute, Downs Syndrome Clinic Baltimore, MD(Research Assistant & Scribe) April 2011 – May 2014 • Recruited participants for the Downs Syndrome Phenotype Project and maintained databases of records• Assembled interest packets and blood and saliva kits to send out to potential study participants• Attended patient interviews in the Downs Syndrome Clinic, documented and filed patient charts
The Study Consulting Program Baltimore, MD(Study Consultant) August 2013 – May 2014• Helped JHU students to effectively address concerns about their academic and extracurricular work• Guided JHU students to improve their studying, test taking, and time management skills
The Johns Hopkins Laboratory for Child Development Baltimore, MD(Research Assistant) August 2011 – May 2013• Recruited and scheduled participants for child studies over the phone and in person• Ran and coded studies directly with young children and explained their purpose and importance to parents
VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Public Health Brigades Baltimore, MD(Co-President) January 2013 – May 2014• Organized fundraisers, recruited new members, and coordinated service trips abroad• Traveled to impoverished communities in Honduras and helped construct houses and sanitation stations• Educated local children about basic hygiene, including a “hands-on” demonstration of how germs spread
Supporting Hospitals Abroad with Resources and Equipment (SHARE) Baltimore, MD(Student Volunteer) October 2010 – December 2012• Documented and organized unused and overstocked medical supplies from Johns Hopkins Hospital for shipping to hospitals in underdeveloped countries
Clinical Shadowing June 2012 – March 2015• Julie Psota, MMS, PA-C – Pediatrics, Lehigh Valley Pediatric Bethlehem, PA• Dr. Khalid Sethi, MD – Neurosurgery, Lourdes Hospital Johnson City, NY• Dr. Musiad Khan, MD – Neurology, Bayonne MC, Christ Hospital, Hoboken MC Jersey City, NJ• Dr. Justin Binstead, DO – Emergency Medicine, St. Luke’s University Hospital Bethlehem, PA

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  • Location: Bethlehem, PA , 18020

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