Medical Instructor

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Skylan Fargnoli | (650) 132-0930 | Bennington, VT



Medical Instructor at Mayo Clinic, VTApr 2022 - Present

  • Trained 50 medical students in proper patient care techniques.
  • Led 10 successful surgeries as chief surgeon.
  • Published 5 research papers on new surgical procedures.
  • Presented at 3 international conferences on advances in surgery.
  • Served on the board of directors for the American Medical Association.

Assistant Medical Instructor at Johns Hopkins Medicine, VTAug 2019 - Mar 2022

  • Led a class of 30 students in medical instruction 3 times per week.
  • Assisted the lead instructor with planning and executing lessons.
  • Created Powerpoint presentations for each lesson.
  • Graded student assignments and provided feedback.
  • Held office hours 2 days per week to provide additional help to students.
  • Attended weekly departmental meetings.

Associate Medical Instructor at Cleveland Clinic, VTSep 2015 - Jul 2019

  • Authored and presented 3 medical research papers at national conferences.
  • Led a team of 5 junior doctors in conducting clinical trials for new treatments.
  • Trained 25 medical students in basic surgical techniques.
  • Performed 100+ surgeries as first operating surgeon.
  • Published 10 peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals.
  • Received 2 awards for excellence in teaching.


Bachelor of Science in Biology at University of VermontAug 2011 - May 2015

I have learned how to effectively communicate with others, work within a team, and manage my time wisely.


  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Pharmacology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Medical Terminology
  • Clinical Procedures

Queenie Siehr | (577) 648-6383 | 3421 Example Road



Medical Instructor at Midwest Technical Institute, MOMay 2022 - Present

  • Trained 50 medical students per year in patient care.
  • Led weekly seminars on evidence-based medicine for 30 faculty members.
  • Authored 5 peer-reviewed articles published in leading journals.
  • Presented at 10 national conferences on topics related to medical education.
  • Won 2 teaching awards from the university and 1 award from a professional society.

Assistant Medical Instructor at Ozarks Technical Community College, MOSep 2019 - Mar 2022

  • Led a team of 3 medical instructors and 10 students in a study on the human body's response to stress.
  • Conducted research that was published in 2 leading scientific journals.
  • Wrote a textbook on human anatomy and physiology that is used in universities across the country.
  • Taught an average of 30 students per semester over the course of 5 years.
  • Advised 6 student organizations related to health sciences.

Associate Medical Instructor at Ranken Technical College, MOAug 2015 - Jul 2019

  • Led a team of 4 medical instructors in training new residents on emergency procedures.
  • Trained 50+ new residents over the course of 3 years.
  • Authored 5 publications in peer-reviewed journals on topics related to emergency medicine.
  • Presented research findings at national conferences 10 times.
  • Served as Chief Resident for 1 year during residency program.


Bachelor of Science in Biology at Washington University in St. LouisAug 2011 - May 2015

I have learned how to effectively communicate with others, how to better myself through hard work and dedication and how to think critically.


  • Medical Terminology
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Pharmacology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Medical Ethics
  • Patient Education