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Frida N.

Cano-Acosta
3333 Weslayan St.
Houston, TX 77027
956-239-4658
fridacano022893@gmail.com

EC-6 Core – TExES Passed


BTLPT-TExES Passed
Bilingual Supplemental Education-TExES Passed
Teachworthy Certification Program

EDUCATION:
Master of Public Health in Epidemiology
Texas A&M University - College Station, TX
January 2015 to August 2016
Bachelor of Science in Entomology
Texas A & M University-College Station - Houston, TX
August 2011 to December 2014

EDUCATION-RELATED EXPERIENCE
Volunteer Teacher Assistant– May 2019 Spring ISD
Assisted Miss Olvera in her classroom
Capturing Kids’ Hearts Training- June 2019

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE:


Research Assistant
Texas Children's Hospital - Houston, TX
November 2016 to Present
-Identify the different viruses and bacteria that bring children to Texas Children's Hospital with
respiratory illnesses
-Develop relationships with the different groups that are involved in a patients care at a hospital
setting such as nurses, doctors, medical students, social workers, among others to be trusted to enter
patient rooms.-Develop relationships with the different groups that are involved in a patients care at a
hospital
setting such as nurses, doctors, medical students, social workers, among others to be trusted to enter
patient rooms.
Graduate Research Assistant
Texas A&M University - College Station, TX
April 2016 to August 2016
translated and transcribe interviews conducted in Spanish research groups in South Texas regarding
how education impacted asthma rates in low socio-economic groups
Analyze the answers to mark trends and changes in behavior after the seminars
develop ACCESS databases to record this trends.
Intake Specialist
The Prenatal Clinic - Bryan, TX
June 2015 to December 2015
-Did the initial interview for all the new patients that come into our clinic looking for prenatal care.
Asked pertinent medical questions in a supportive manner to get truthful answers from the patient.
-Educated the patient on the importance of prenatal care and answered any question they might have.
Undergraduate Assistant
Disease Eco-Epidemiology Laboratory - College Station, TX
September 2012 to May 2014
-Performed DNA extractions, PCR, Gel electrophoresis, fecal floats and any other required procedures to
the samples of the current projects worked in a CLIA laboratory