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Academic CV (Curriculum Vitae) for Research: CV Examples

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What is an academic CV (or research CV)?

An academic CV or “curriculum vitae” is a full synopsis (usually around two to three pages) of your educational and academic background. In addition to college and university transcripts, the personal statement or statement of purpose , and the cover letter, postgraduate candidates need to submit an academic CV when applying for research, teaching, and other faculty positions at universities and research institutions. 

Writing an academic CV (also referred to as a “research CV” or “academic resume”) is a bit different than writing a professional resume. It focuses on your academic experience and qualifications for the position—although relevant work experience can still be included if the position calls for it. 

What’s the difference between a CV and a resume?

While both CVs and resumes summarize your major activities and achievements, a resume is more heavily focused on professional achievements and work history. An academic CV, on the other hand, highlights academic accomplishments and summarizes your educational experience, academic background and related information.

Think of a CV as basically a longer and more academic version of a resume. It details your academic history, research interests, relevant work experience, publications, honors/awards, accomplishments, etc. For grad schools, the CV is a quick indicator of how extensive your background is in the field and how much academic potential you have. Ultimately, grad schools use your academic resume to gauge how successful you’re likely to be as a grad student.

Do I need an academic CV for graduate school?

Like personal statements, CVs are a common grad school application document (though not all programs require them). An academic CV serves the same basic purpose as a regular CV: to secure you the job you want—in this case, the position of “grad student.” Essentially, the CV is a sales pitch to grad schools, and you’re selling yourself !

In addition to your college transcripts, GRE scores, and personal statement or statement of purpose , graduate schools often require applicants submit an academic CV. The rules for composing a CV for a Master’s or doctoral application are slightly different than those for a standard job application. Let’s take a closer look.

Academic CV Format Guidelines

No matter how compelling the content of your CV might be, it must still be clear and easy for graduate admissions committee members to understand. Keep these formatting and organization tips in mind when composing and revising your CV:

  • Whatever formatting choices you make (e.g., indentation, font and text size, spacing, grammar), keep it consistent throughout the document.
  • Use bolding, italics, underlining, and capitalized words to highlight key information.
  • Use reverse chronological order to list your experiences within the sections.
  • Include the most important information to the top and left of each entry and place associated dates to the right.
  • Include page numbers on each page followed by your last name as a header or footer.
  • Use academic verbs and terms in bulleted lists; vary your language and do not repeat the same terms. (See our list of best verbs for CVs and resumes )

How long should a CV be?

While resumes should be concise and are usually limited to one or two pages, an academic CV isn’t restricted by word count or number of pages. Because academic CVs are submitted for careers in research and academia, they have all of the sections and content of a professional CV, but they also require additional information about publications, grants, teaching positions, research, conferences, etc. 

It is difficult to shorten the length without shortening the number of CV sections you include. Because the scope and depth of candidates’ academic careers vary greatly, academic CVs that are as short as two pages or as long as five pages will likely not surprise graduate admissions faculty.

How to Write an Academic CV

Before we look at academic CV examples, let’s discuss the main sections of the CV and how you can go about writing your CV from scratch. Take a look at the sections of the academic CV and read about which information to include and where to put each CV section. For academic CV examples, see the section that follows this one.

Academic CV Sections to Include (with Examples)

A strong academic CV should include the following sections, starting from the top of the list and moving through the bottom. This is the basic Academic CV structure, but some of the subsections (such as research publications and academic awards) can be rearranged to highlight your specific strengths and achievements. 

  • Contact Information
  • Research Objective or Personal Profile
  • Education Section
  • Professional Appointments
  • Research Publications
  • Awards and Honors
  • Grants and Fellowships
  • Conferences Attended
  • Teaching Experience
  • Research Experience
  • Additional Activities
  • Languages and Skills

Now let’s go through each section of your academic CV to see what information to include in detail. 

1. Contact Information

Your academic curriculum vitae must include your full contact information, including the following: 

  • Professional title and affiliation (if applicable)
  • Institutional address (if you are currently registered as a student)
  • Your home address
  • Your email address
  • Your telephone number
  • LinkedIn profile or other professional profile links (if applicable)

In more business-related fields or industries, adding your LinkedIn profile in your contact information section is recommended to give reviewers a more holistic understanding of your academic and professional profile.

Check out our article on how to use your LinkedIn profile to attract employers .

2. Research Objective or Personal Profile

A research objective for an academic CV is a concise paragraph (or long sentence) detailing your specific research plans and goals.

A personal profile gives summarizes your academic background and crowning achievements.

Should you choose a research objective or a personal profile?

If you are writing a research CV, include a research objective. For example, indicate that you are applying to graduate research programs or seeking research grants for your project or study

A research objective will catch the graduate admission committee’s attention and make them want to take a closer look at you as a candidate.

Academic CV research objective example for PhD application  

MA student in Sociology and Gender Studies at North American University who made the President’s List for for six consecutive semesters seeking to use a semester-long research internship to enter into postgraduate research on the Impetus for Religious In-groups in Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century.

Note that the candidate includes details about their academic field, their specific scholastic achievements (including an internship), and a specific topic of study. This level of detail shows graduate committees that you are a candidate who is fully prepared for the rigors of grad school life. 

While an academic CV research objective encapsulates your research objective, a CV personal profile should summarize your personal statement or grad school statement of purpose . 

Academic CV personal profile example for a post-doctoral university position

Proven excellence in the development of a strong rapport with undergraduate students, colleagues, and administrators as a lecturer at a major research university. Exhibits expertise in the creation and implementation of lifelong learning programs and the personalized development of strategies and activities to propel learning in Higher Education, specifically in the field of Education. Experienced lecturer, inspirational tutor, and focused researcher with a knack for recognizing and encouraging growth in individuals. Has completed a Master’s and PhD in Sociology and Education with a BA in Educational Administration.

What makes this CV personal profile example so compelling? Again, the details included about the applicant’s academic history and achievements make the reader take note and provide concrete examples of success, proving the candidate’s academic acumen and verifiable achievements.

3. Education Section

If you are applying to an academic position, the Education section is the most essential part of your academic CV.

List your postsecondary degrees in reverse chronological order . Begin with your most recent education (whether or not you have received a degree at the time of application), follow it with your previous education/degree, and then list the ones before these.

Include the following educational details:

  • Year of completion or expected completion (do not include starting dates)
  • Type of Degree
  • Any minor degrees (if applicable)
  • Your department and institution
  • Your honors and awards
  • Dissertation/Thesis Title and Advisor (if applicable)

Because this is arguably the most important academic CV section, make sure that all of the information is completely accurate and that you have not left out any details that highlight your skills as a student. 

4. Professional Appointments

Following the education section, list your employment/professional positions on your academic CV. These should be positions related to academia rather than previous jobs or positions you held in the private section (whether it be a chef or a CEO). These appointments are typically tenure-track positions, not ad hoc and adjunct professor gigs, nor TA (teacher assistant) experience. You should instead label this kind of experience under “Teaching Experience,” which we discuss further down the list.

List the following information for each entry in your “Professional Appointments” section:

  • Institution (university/college name)
  • Department 
  • Your professional title
  • Dates employed (include beginning and end dates)
  • Duties in this position

5. Research Publications

Divide your publications into two distinct sections: peer-reviewed publications and other publications. List peer-reviewed publications first, as these tend to carry more weight in academia. Use a subheading to distinguish these sections for the reader and make your CV details easier to understand.

Within each subsection, further divide your publications in the following order:

  • Book chapters
  • Peer-reviewed journal articles
  • Contributions to edited volumes equivalent to peer-reviewed journals

All of your other research publications should be put into a subcategory titled “Other Publications.” This includes all documents published by a third party that did not receive peer review, whether it is an academic journal, a science magazine, a website, or any other publishing platform. 

Tip: When listing your publications, choose one academic formatting style ( MLA style , Chicago style , APA style , etc.) and apply it throughout your academic CV. Unsure which formatting style to use? Check the website of the school you are applying to and see what citation style they use.

6. Awards and Honors

This section allows you to show off how your skills and achievements were officially acknowledged. List all academic honors and awards you have received in reverse chronological order, just like the education and professional appointments sections. Include the name of the award, which year you received it, and the institution that awarded it to you.

Should you include how much money you were awarded? While this is not recommended for most academic fields (including humanities and social sciences), it is more common for business or STEM fields.

7. Fellowships and Grants

It is important to include fellowships and grants you received because it evidences that your research has been novel and valuable enough to attract funding from institutions or third parties.

Just like with awards and honors, list your grants and fellowships in reverse chronological order. Enter the years your fellowship or grant spanned and the name of the institution or entity providing the funding. Whether you disclose the specific dollar amount of funding you received depends on your field of study, just as with awards and honors.

8. Conferences Attended

Involvement in academic conferences shows admissions committees that you are already an active member of the research community. List the academic conferences in which you took part and divide this section into three subsections:

  • Invited talks —conferences you presented at other institutions to which you received an invitation
  • Campus talks —lectures you gave on your own institution’s campus
  • Conference participation —conferences you participated in (attended) but gave no lecture

9. Teaching Experience

The “Teaching Experience” section is distinct from the “Professional Appointments” section discussed above.  In the Teaching Experience CV section, list any courses you taught as a TA (teacher’s assistant) you have taught. If you taught fewer than ten courses, list all of them out. Included the name of the institution, your department, your specific teaching role, and the dates you taught in this position. 

If you have a long tenure as an academic scholar and your academic CV Appointments section strongly highlights your strengths and achievements, in the Teaching Experience sections you could list only the institutions at which you were a TA. Since it is likely that you will be teaching, lecturing, or mentoring undergraduates and other research students in your postgraduate role, this section is helpful in making you stand out from other graduate, doctoral, or postdoctoral candidates.

10. Research Experience

In the “Research Experience” section of your CV, list all of the academic research posts at which you served. As with the other CV sections, enter these positions in reverse chronological order.

If you have significant experience (and your academic CV is filling up), you might want to limit research and lab positions to only the most pertinent to the research position to which you are applying. Include the following research positions:

  • Full-time Researcher
  • Research Associate
  • Research Assistant

For an academic or research CV, if you do not have much research experience, include all research projects in which you participated–even the research projects with the smallest roles, budget, length, or scope. 

11. Additional Activities

If you have any other activities, distinctions, positions, etc. that do not fit into the above academic CV sections, include them here.

The following items might fit in the “Additional Activities” section:

  • Extracurriculars (clubs, societies, sports teams, etc.)
  • Jobs unrelated to your academic career
  • Service to profession
  • Media coverage
  • Volunteer work

12. Languages and Skills

Many non-academic professional job positions require unique skillsets to succeed. The same can be true with academic and research positions at universities, especially when you speak a language that might come in handy with the specific area of study or with the other researchers you are likely to be working alongside.

Include all the languages in which you are proficient enough to read and understand academic texts. Qualify your proficiency level with the following terms and phrases:

  • IntermediateNative/bilingual in Language
  • Can read Language with a dictionary
  • Advanced use of Language
  • Fully proficient in Language
  • Native fluency in Language
  • Native/Bilingual Language speaker

If you only have a basic comprehension of a language (or if you simply minored in it a decade ago but never really used it), omit these from this section. 

Including skills on an academic CV is optional and MIGHT appear somewhat amateur if it is not a skill that is difficult and would likely contribute to your competency in your research position. In general, include a skill only if you are in a scientific or technical field (STEM fields) and if they realistically make you a better candidate.

13. References 

The final section of your academic CV is the “References” section. Only include references from individuals who know you well and have first-hand experience working with you, either in the capacity of a manager, instructor, or professor, or as a colleague who can attest to your character and how well you worked in that position. Avoid using personal references and never use family members or acquaintances–unless they can somehow attest to your strength as an academic.

List your references in the order of their importance or ability to back up your candidacy. In other words, list the referrers you would want the admissions faculty to contact first and who would give you a shining review. 

Include the following in this order:

  • Full name and academic title
  • Physical mailing address
  • Telephone number
  • Email address

Academic CV Examples by Section 

Now that you have a template for what to include in your academic CV sections, let’s look at some examples of academic CV sections with actual applicant information included. Remember that the best CVs are those that clearly state the applicant’s qualifications, skills, and achievements. Let’s go through the CV section-by-section to see how best to highlight these elements of your academic profile. Note that although this example CV does not include EVERY section detailed above, this doesn’t mean that YOU shouldn’t include any of those sections if you have the experiences to fill them in.

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CV Example: Personal Details (Basic)

Write your full name, home address, phone number, and email address. Include this information at the top of the first page, either in the center of the page or aligned left.

  • Tip: Use a larger font size and put the text in bold to make this info stand out.

academic cv contact information

CV Example: Profile Summary (Optional)

This applicant uses an academic research profile summary that outlines their personal details and describes core qualifications and interests in a specific research topic. Remember that the aim of this section is to entice admissions officials into reading through your entire CV.

  • Tip: Include only skills, experience, and what most drives you in your academic and career goals.

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CV Example: Education Section (Basic)

This applicant’s academic degrees are listed in reverse chronological order, starting with those that are currently in progress and recently completed and moving backward in time to their undergraduate degrees and institutions.

  • Include the name of the institution; city, state, and country (if different from the institution to which you are applying); degree type and major; and month/year the degree was or will be awarded.
  • Provide details such as the title of your thesis/dissertation and your advisor, if applicable.
  • Tip: Provide more details about more recent degrees and fewer details for older degrees.

academic cv education section example

CV Example: Relevant Experience (Basic)

List professional positions that highlight your skills and qualifications. When including details about non-academic jobs you have held, be sure that they relate to your academic career in some way. Group experiences into relevant categories if you have multiple elements to include in one category (e.g., “Research,” “Teaching,” and “Managerial”). For each position, be sure to:

  • Include position title; the name of organization or company; city, state, and country (if different from the institution to which you are applying); and dates you held the position
  • Use bullet points for each relevant duty/activity and accomplishment
  • Tip: For bulleted content, use strong CV words , vary your vocabulary, and write in the active voice; lead with the verbs and write in phrases rather than in complete sentences.

academic cv teaching experience example

CV Example: Special Qualifications or Skills (Optional)

Summarize skills and strengths relevant to the position and/or area of study if they are relevant and important to your academic discipline. Remember that you should not include any skills that are not central to the competencies of the position, as these can make you appear unprofessional.

CV Example: Publications (Basic)

Include a chronological (not alphabetical) list of any books, journal articles, chapters, research reports, pamphlets, or any other publication you have authored or co-authored. This sample CV does not segment the publications by “peer-reviewed” and “non-peer-reviewed,” but this could simply be because they do not have many publications to list. Keep in mind that your CV format and overall design and readability are also important factors in creating a strong curriculum vitae, so you might opt for a more streamlined layout if needed.

  • Use bibliographic citations for each work in the format appropriate for your particular field of study.
  • Tip: If you have not officially authored or co-authored any text publications, include studies you assisted in or any online articles you have written or contributed to that are related to your discipline or that are academic in nature. Including any relevant work in this section shows the faculty members that you are interested in your field of study, even if you haven’t had an opportunity to publish work yet.

academic cv publication section example

CV Example: Conferences Attended (Basic)

Include any presentations you have been involved in, whether you were the presenter or contributed to the visual work (such as posters and slides), or simply attended as an invitee. See the CV template guide in the first section of this article for how to list conference participation for more seasoned researchers.

  • Give the title of the presentation, the name of the conference or event, and the location and date.
  • Briefly describe the content of your presentation.
  • Tip: Use style formatting appropriate to your field of study to cite the conference (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.)

academic cv conferences section example

CV Example: Honors and Awards (Basic)

Honors and awards can include anything from university scholarships and grants, to teaching assistantships and fellowships, to inclusion on the Dean’s list for having a stellar GPA. As with other sections, use your discretion and choose the achievements that best highlight you as a candidate for the academic position.

  • Include the names of the honors and official recognition and the date that you received them.
  • Tip: Place these in order of importance, not necessarily in chronological order.

academic cv honors and awards section example

CV Example: Professional/Institutional Service (Optional)

List the professional and institutional offices you have held, student groups you have led or managed, committees you have been involved with, or extra academic projects you have participated in.

  • Tip: Showing your involvement in campus life, however minor, can greatly strengthen your CV. It shows the graduate faculty that you not only contribute to the academic integrity of the institution but that you also enrich the life of the campus and community.

academic cv professional service section example

CV Example: Certifications and Professional Associations (Optional)

Include any membership in professional organizations (national, state, or local). This can include nominal participation as a student, not only as a professional member.

academic cv professional memberships section example

CV Example: Community Involvement and Volunteer Work (Optional)

Include any volunteer work or outreach to community organizations, including work with churches, schools, shelters, non-profits, and other service organizations. As with institutional service, showing community involvement demonstrates your integrity and willingness to go the extra mile—a very important quality in a postgraduate student or faculty member. 

While the CV template guide above suggests including these activities in a section titled “Additional Activities,” if you have several instances of volunteer work or other community involvement, creating a separate heading will help catch the eye of the admissions reviewer.

CV Example: References Section (Basic)

References are usually listed in the final section of an academic CV. Include 3-5 professional or academic references who can vouch for your ability and qualifications and provide evidence of these characteristics.

  • Write the name of the reference, professional title, affiliation, and contact information (phone and email are sufficient). You do not need to write these in alphabetical order. Consider listing your references in order of relevance and impact.

academic cv references section example

CV Editing for Research Positions

After you finish drafting and revising your academic CV, you still need to ensure that your language is clear, compelling, and accurate and that it doesn’t have any errors in grammar, spelling, or punctuation. 

A good academic CV typically goes through at least three or four rounds of revision before it is ready to send out to university department faculty. Be sure to have a peer or CV editing service check your CV or academic resume, and get cover letter editing and application essay editing for your longer admissions documents to ensure that there are no glaring errors or major room for improvement.

For professional editing services that are among the highest quality in the industry, send your CV and other application documents to Wordvice’s admissions editing services . Our professional proofreaders and editors will ensure that your hard work is reflected in your CV and help make your postgrad goals a reality.

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Research Scientist CV Example

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CV Tips for Research Scientists

  • Highlight Your Education and Specialization : Clearly state your degrees, the institutions you attended, and your areas of specialization. If you have a PhD or post-doctoral experience, place this information prominently in your CV.
  • Detail Your Research Achievements : Quantify your impact with specific metrics, such as the number of projects led, grants won, or publications in high-impact journals.
  • Customize Your CV to the Role : Align your CV content with the job's requirements, emphasizing relevant experiences and skills. If the role requires expertise in a specific research method or technology, make sure this is clearly stated in your CV.
  • Specify Your Technical Skills : List your proficiency in laboratory techniques, scientific software, or equipment relevant to your field. Also, mention any experience with data analysis or statistical tools.
  • Showcase Collaboration and Leadership : Highlight your experience in leading research teams, collaborating on multi-disciplinary projects, or mentoring junior researchers. This demonstrates your ability to contribute to a team and lead scientific projects.

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  • Directed a team of 10 researchers in a groundbreaking study on gene therapy, resulting in 3 published papers in high-impact journals and a 20% increase in departmental funding.
  • Implemented a new data analysis protocol using advanced statistical software, improving the accuracy of research findings by 30% and accelerating the data processing time by 40%.
  • Developed a novel research methodology that reduced the time to results by 25%, leading to faster publication and increased recognition within the scientific community.
  • Coordinated a cross-functional team of scientists and engineers in the development of a new biomedical device, which is now being used in over 50 hospitals nationwide.
  • Secured a $500,000 grant for a 3-year research project on neurodegenerative diseases, contributing to the advancement of knowledge in the field.
  • Presented research findings at 5 international conferences, enhancing the visibility of the organization and fostering collaborations with other research institutions.
  • Conducted a comprehensive study on the effects of environmental factors on cell growth, leading to a better understanding of cell behavior and contributing to 2 peer-reviewed publications.
  • Collaborated with a multidisciplinary team to develop a new laboratory protocol, improving lab safety and efficiency by 15%.
  • Initiated a mentoring program for junior researchers, improving their technical skills and increasing their publication rate by 20%.
  • Team Leadership and Management
  • Advanced Data Analysis
  • Research Methodology Development
  • Cross-functional Collaboration
  • Grant Writing and Fundraising
  • Public Speaking and Presentation
  • Comprehensive Scientific Research
  • Protocol Development and Implementation
  • Mentorship and Training
  • Project Coordination and Execution

Research Scientist CV Template

  • Conducted [type of research, e.g., clinical trials, data analysis] in collaboration with [teams/departments], leading to [result, e.g., new scientific insights, patent filings], demonstrating strong [soft skill, e.g., teamwork, leadership].
  • Managed [research function, e.g., lab operations, project timelines], optimizing [process or task, e.g., data collection, experiment setup] to enhance [operational outcome, e.g., research efficiency, data accuracy].
  • Implemented [system or process improvement, e.g., new lab equipment, revised data analysis methods], resulting in [quantifiable benefit, e.g., 20% time savings, improved data quality].
  • Played a pivotal role in [project or initiative, e.g., drug development, environmental research], which led to [measurable impact, e.g., publication in a top-tier journal, grant funding].
  • Performed [type of analysis, e.g., statistical analysis, genetic sequencing], using [analytical tools/methods] to inform [decision-making/action, e.g., research direction, policy recommendations].
  • Instrumental in [task or responsibility, e.g., lab safety protocols, mentoring junior researchers], ensuring [quality or standard, e.g., compliance, professional development] across all research activities.
  • Major: Name of Major
  • Minor: Name of Minor

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This document catalogs your academic achievements,and is typically organized around three pillars of the academy: Research, Teaching and Service. It is an exhaustive list of your achievements, as opposed to a resume, which is more of a snapshot, tailored to demonstrate specific skill sets and accomplishments. CV’s are the credential asked for in academic job application processes, postdoctoral scholar application processes, and fellowship and grant applications. Because they demonstrate research expertise, they are also frequently asked for by research-intensive organizations.

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CVs typically include more white space, because they focus on your accomplishments as opposed to the skills you have demonstrated. There is not a page limit for a CV, and one inch margins, double spaced with 12 point font is appropriate. The document should be evenly spaced and easy to read. Look for examples from some of the scholars in your discipline and those who are working in positions you are interested in pursuing to create your own style.

Although there is not only one way to write a CV, below are some tips to help you get started:

  • List first and last name and contact information at the top.
  • Always include the date you last updated your CV.
  • List accomplishments in reverse chronological order in each section: research, teaching, funding, education, honors & awards.
  • Use the citation style of your discipline (e.g., APA, MLA).
  • All publications should be accurate and complete: co-authors, journal, issue, title, date.
  • All presentations should be accurate and complete: co-presenters, conference, date, location, title.
  • “In press” indicates that your publication has already been accepted by a journal.
  • Publication status should be clearly marked – under review, revised & resubmitted.
  • In preparation manuscripts should be tracked on the CV, but not always used when submitting a CV.
  • In preparation is a very discipline-specific title, check with your advisor whether “in preparation” manuscripts are acceptable to list in your field.

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  • How do you write a research CV?

To write a research CV, follow these steps:

  • Select a CV template that’s right for research/academia.
  • Next, add your research goal within your CV summary or objective.
  • List your GPA clearly.
  • Show that you perform research work independently and how your past experience or skills will be helpful.
  • Add your research publications.
  • How do you list research experience on a CV?

To add your research experience on a CV, add another entry to your work experience section and list the research work you did in a bulleted list.

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  • Research CV Objective

A research position is a person engaged in research, possibly recognized as such by a formal title. This is a very broad definition and relates to the fact that research positions generally cover multiple jobs and job titles. It’s important to distinguish between these positions so that we may accurately define research cv objectives.

The first objective to a research cv is to determine if the job you are applying for requires specific qualifications and/or education. For example, it is likely that research assistant roles will require a degree or postgraduate degree to even apply for the position, whereas a research fellow or research associate will usually require a minimum of a master’s degree.

Once you’ve identified your qualifications are sufficient, it is now time to show your expertise in the associated field.

Research positions generally require an advanced understanding of one specific field so it’s beneficial to only include experience, education, study, and training in that field and complementary fields. Make sure you look at the research project and the requirements because the person in charge of the project, grant or funding may be looking for a generalist but it’s normally safer to be very specific about your expertise and your devotion to the field.

The next focus area on your research cv should be on your reading, writing and analytic skills as these are the core skillset many recruiters are looking for on your cv.

Below we go into more detail on research cv formats and some real-life example cvs to help you get started on applying for your next job or position.

  • Research CV Formats

Research Assistant CV

Research assistants are researchers employed by a university or a research institute to assist in academic research. In most cases, a research assistant cv should focus on education, qualifications or interests around the area of research the potential candidate is applying for.

Most research assistants will be hired on their subject matter knowledge of the research being undertaken and their abilities in reading and writing. Following orders of the principal investigator or lead will also be crucial in hiring for this position so make sure you include your willingness to do what you’re told in your cover letter.

Research Associate CV

Unlike research assistants, research associates are normally full-time positions that are not under direct supervision or mentoring. Research associate cvs should have a laser-like focus on education and qualifications in their respective field. Be sure to include all awards, published works, and prior research.

Research Consultant CV

Research consultants are experts in their field who are hired to help complete research on behalf of an academic institution or research institute. Sometimes consultants can be hired specifically to fill a gap in the research currently undertaken by a specialist in another field.

Research consultant cvs generally focus on education, credentials and published work. As a consultant, they should demonstrate considerable experience across different projects or research. Make sure in your cover letter to include reasons why you will be highly beneficial to completing a research project or why your experience of working on different projects would be useful to the project at hand.

Research Fellow CV

A research fellow is an academic research position at a university or similar research institution, usually for academic staff or faculty members. Your educational qualifications and published work are essential to applying for this position. A doctoral degree or postdoctoral degree is generally considered mandatory unless you have equivalent work experience in the industry.

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We can help you to create an application worthy of your white coat. Make the most of our top tips and research scientist CV example below to get you started.

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Research Scientist CV example

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Before you start writing your CV, take a look at the example Research Scientist CV above to give yourself a good idea of the style and format that recruiters and hiring managers prefer to see.

Also, take note of the type of content that is included to impress recruiters, and how the most relevant information is made prominent, to ensure it gets noticed.

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Research Scientist CV layout and format

Your CV is the first impression you’ll make on anybody who reads it.

A disorganised, cluttered and barely-readable CV could seriously decrease your chances of landing interviews, so it’s essential to make sure yours is slick, professional and easy to navigate.

You can do this by using a clear structure and formatting your content with some savvy formatting techniques – check them out below:

How to write a CV

CV formatting tips

  • Length: Think that submitting a five page CV will impress recruiters? You’re wrong! Even if you’ve got tons of experience to brag about, recruiters don’t have time to read through overly detailed CVs. Keep it short, concise and relevant – a CV length of 2 sides of A4 pages or less is perfect.
  • Readability : By clearly formatting your section headings (bold, or a different colour font, do the trick) and breaking up big chunks of text into snappy bullet points, time-strapped recruiters will be able to skim through your CV with ease.
  • Design: Don’t waste time adding fancy designs to your CV. It generally adds no value to your application and may even end up distracting recruiters away from the important written content.
  • Avoid photos: Don’t add photos, images or profile photos to your CV. Not only do they take up much-needed CV space, but they’re actually completely unnecessary and won’t boost your CV at all.

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CV structure

For easy reading, write your CV to the following CV structure:

  • Contact details – Make it easy for recruiters to get in touch with you by listing your contact details at the top of your CV.
  • Profile – A short and snappy summary of your experience and skills, showcasing what makes you a good fit for the position.
  • Work experience / career history – Note down all your work history, with your current position first, then working backwards.
  • Education – A short list of your academic background and professional/vocational qualifications.
  • Interest and hobbies – This is an optional section, which you can use to highlight any relevant hobbies or interests.

Now I’ll tell you exactly what you should include in each CV section.

CV Contact Details

Contact details

Tuck your contact details into the corner of your CV, so that they don’t take up too much space. Stick to the basic details, such as:

  • Mobile number
  • Email address – It should sound professional, such as your full name.
  • Location -Just write your rough location, rather than your full address.
  • LinkedIn profile or portfolio URL – If you include these, ensure they’re sleek, professional and up-to-date.

Research Scientist CV Profile

Recruiters and hiring managers are busy, so it’s essential to catch their attention from the get-go.

A strong introductory profile (or personal statement , for junior candidates) at the top of the CV is the first thing they’ll read, so it’s a great chance to make an impression.

It should be a short but punchy summary of your key skills, relevant experience and accomplishments.

Ultimately, it should explain why you’re a great fit for the role you’re applying for and inspire recruiters to read the rest of your CV.

CV profile

Tips for creating an strong CV profile:

  • Keep it concise: Aim for a short, snappy paragraph of 3-5 lines. This is just enough room to showcase why you’d make the perfect hire, without going into excessive detail and overwhelming busy recruiters.
  • Tailor it: Recruiters can spot a generic, mass-produced CV at a glance – and they certainly won’t be impressed! Before you write your profile (and CV as a whole), read through the job advert and make a list of any skills, knowledge and experience required. You should then incorporate your findings throughout your profile and the rest of your CV.
  • Don’t add an objective: Avoid discussing your career goals in your CV profile – if you think they’re necessary, briefly mention them in your cover letter instead.
  • Avoid cliches: If there’s one thing that’ll annoy a recruiter, it’s a clichè-packed CV. Focus on showcasing your hard skills, experience and the results you’ve gained in previous roles, which will impress recruiters far more.

Example CV profile for Research Scientist

What to include in your research scientist cv profile.

  • Summary of experience: Demonstrate your suitability for your target jobs by giving a high level summary of your previous work work experience , including the industries you have worked in, types of employer, and the type of roles you have previous experience of.
  • Relevant skills: Make your most relevant Research Scientist key skills clear in your profile. These should be tailored to the specific role you’re applying for – so make sure to check the job description first, and aim to match their requirements as closely as you can.
  • Essential qualifications: Be sure to outline your relevant Research Scientist qualifications, so that anyone reading the CV can instantly see you are qualified for the jobs you are applying to.

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Core skills section

Underneath your profile, write a core skills section to make your most relevant skills jump off the page at readers.

It should be made up of 2-3 columns of bullet points of your relevant skills.

Before you do this, look over the job description and make a list of any specific skills, specialisms or knowledge required.

Then, make sure to use your findings in your list. This will paint you as the perfect match for the role.

Core skills section CV

Top skills for your Research Scientist CV

Specimen collection – collecting samples safely and storing them appropriately ready for use in research.

ELISA assays – utilising immunological assays to measure antibodies, antigens, proteins and glycoproteins in biological samples.

DNA/RNA sequencing – running complex sequencing to understand the basic building blocks within samples.

Research grants – applying for and obtaining research grants to conduct scientific research.

Machine learning/AI – utilising machine learning and artificial intelligence systems to help solve research problems and answer complex questions.

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Work experience/Career history

By this point, employers will be keen to know more detail about you career history.

Starting with your most recent role and working backwards, create a snappy list of any relevant roles you’ve held.

This could be freelance, voluntary, part-time or temporary jobs too. Anything that’s relevant to your target role is well-worth listing!

Work experience

Structuring your roles

If you don’t pay attention to the structure of your career history section, it could quickly become bulky and overwhelming.

Get in recruiters’ good books by creating a pleasant reading experience, using the 3-step structure below:

Role descriptions

Begin with a summary of your role, detailing what the purpose of your job was, who you reported to and what size of team you were part of (or led).

Key responsibilities

Next up, you should write a short list of your day-to-day duties within the job.

Recruiters are most interested in your sector-specific skills and knowledge, so highlight these wherever possible.

Key achievements

Lastly, add impact by highlight 1-3 key achievements  that you made within the role.

Struggling to think of an achievement? If it had a positive impact on your company, it counts.

For example, you might increased company profits, improved processes, or something simpler, such as going above and beyond to solve a customer’s problem.

Example job for Research Scientist CV

Responsible for designing, interpreting, and conducting cancer research laboratory studies for an institution that has broken new ground to positively impact people’s lives around the world.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop new methods of diagnosing and treating cancer by conducting experiments to improve human life.
  • Research the effects of that several drugs, hormones, and other substances have on cancerous cells.
  • Study disease prediction and methodology of data processing using best analytics practices and human-centred design and systems.
  • Use appropriate scientific methods to define and address tractable research questions or real-world problems in medicine and health.

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Education section

At the bottom of your CV is your full education section. You can list your formal academic qualifications, such as:

  • GCSE’s

As well as any specific Research Scientist qualifications that are essential to the jobs you are applying for. Note down the name of the qualification, the organisation at which you studied, and the date of completion.

Interests and hobbies

This section is entirely optional, so you’ll have to use your own judgement to figure out if it’s worth including.

If your hobbies and interests could make you appear more suitable for your dream job, then they are definitely worth adding.

Interests which are related to the industry, or hobbies like sports teams or volunteering, which display valuable transferable skills might be worth including.

Writing your Research Scientist CV

A strong, compelling CV is essential to get noticed and land interviews with the best employers.

To ensure your CV stands out from the competition, make sure to tailor it to your target role and pack it with sector-specific skills and results.

Remember to triple-check for spelling and grammar errors before hitting send.

Good luck with the job search!

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Work Experience

  • Develop critical WBG power electronic technologies,
  • Spark early commercialization in high value markets by stimulating demand,
  • Support and grow the manufacturing base, and
  • Nurture the U.S. WBG semiconductor industry through education programs and training
  • Molecular biology procedures such as running gels, PCR , expression analysis
  • Field work including evaluation of sorghum and corn plants and pollination
  • Coordination and communication with collaborators
  • Preferable knowledge of other relevant subjects related to the project including single-cell analysis
  • At least (2) two years’ experience training in quantitation of medical biomarkers via immunoassay and mass spec
  • At least (2) two years’ experience in writing grants; track record of successfully obtaining grants
  • Train and supervise research assistants (undergraduate, graduate, and technical staff) working on your research project, as well as on general laboratory policies and procedures
  • Identify research opportunities, find and develop relationships with funding sources and collaborative partners, develop budgets, write grants or contracts related to ambulatory medical biomarker instrument development
  • Participate in biomarker data integration with other measures (self-report, physiological, and environmental)
  • Supervise post-doctoral fellows, pre-doctoral students
  • Mentor Graduate students in Dr. Dinh’s research group as needed
  • Presentation of results at conferences, seminars, etc
  • Writing results for publication
  • Experience required
  • This is a post-doctoral research position which requires education and training to develop hypothesis, design and carry out laboratory experiments, analyze data and report research results in meetings, seminars and written manuscripts
  • Experience in basic molecular biology including RNA and DNA isolation
  • Experience in application of statistical methods to the analysis of large-scale genetic/genomics data
  • A firm grounding in statistical and computational methods relevant to the analysis of NGS data
  • Preferable knowledge of other relevant subjects related to the project including epigenetics, and genetic engineering

Professional Skills

  • Strong verbal and writing skills with a proven publication record
  • Strong oral and written communications skills as demonstrated by academic publications and presentations
  • Excellent oral, analytical, and writing skills
  • Excellent record keeping, organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong qualitative and writing skills
  • Strong written and oral communication skills and ability to interface efficiently in both academic and industry environments
  • Strong written and oral communication skills and ability to interface efficiently in both academic and community environments

How to write Research Scholar Resume

Research Scholar role is responsible for research, technical, articulate, scientific, plant, basic, interpersonal, analysis, database, communications. To write great resume for research scholar job, your resume must include:

  • Your contact information
  • Work experience
  • Skill listing

Contact Information For Research Scholar Resume

The section contact information is important in your research scholar resume. The recruiter has to be able to contact you ASAP if they like to offer you the job. This is why you need to provide your:

  • First and last name
  • Telephone number

Work Experience in Your Research Scholar Resume

The section work experience is an essential part of your research scholar resume. It’s the one thing the recruiter really cares about and pays the most attention to. This section, however, is not just a list of your previous research scholar responsibilities. It's meant to present you as a wholesome candidate by showcasing your relevant accomplishments and should be tailored specifically to the particular research scholar position you're applying to. The work experience section should be the detailed summary of your latest 3 or 4 positions.

Representative Research Scholar resume experience can include:

  • Solid experimental skills
  • Good oral and written communication skills (required)
  • Experience in study of transcription factors and skills in ChIP-seq, protein interaction assays, or recombinant protein expression and enzyme assays
  • Demonstrated teaching experience of graduate level courses and mentoring & supervising undergraduate and graduate students
  • Demonstrated experience in collaborative research and interests in strengthening interdisciplinary research across the university
  • Demonstrated experience collaborating in research workgroups

Education on a Research Scholar Resume

Make sure to make education a priority on your research scholar resume. If you’ve been working for a few years and have a few solid positions to show, put your education after your research scholar experience. For example, if you have a Ph.D in Neuroscience and a Master's in the same sphere, just list your Ph.D. Besides the doctorate, Master’s degrees go next, followed by Bachelor’s and finally, Associate’s degree.

Additional details to include:

  • School you graduated from
  • Major/ minor
  • Year of graduation
  • Location of school

These are the four additional pieces of information you should mention when listing your education on your resume.

Professional Skills in Research Scholar Resume

When listing skills on your research scholar resume, remember always to be honest about your level of ability. Include the Skills section after experience.

Present the most important skills in your resume, there's a list of typical research scholar skills:

  • Strong interpersonal and clear communication skills, both orally and in writing of reports and publications
  • Strong technical skills in ecological and omics (genomics, transcriptomics, and metabolomics) methods
  • Attention to details and excellent technical skills
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and data management skills
  • Excellent communications skills and be able to articulate clearly the scientific and technical needs in the field
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, and be able to articulate clearly the scientific and technical needs in the field

List of Typical Experience For a Research Scholar Resume

Experience for postdoctoral research scholar resume.

  • Knowledge of GLP and QMS, SOP instructions and excellent technical skills
  • Experience in genetics and molecular biology is desired. Previous experience in making transgenic insects
  • Ph.D in statistics, biostatistics or related field with demonstrated knowledge and/or research experience in advanced computation and biological applications
  • Strong background in field monitoring, modeling, statistics, hydrology, and stormwater management/green infrastructure
  • Self-motivated to work towards generating excellent scientific outputs
  • Experience working independently and with a team to prepare study-related documents

Experience For Post Doc Research Scholar Resume

  • Experience working with stream invertebrates
  • Experience working independently and with a team to conduct research and evaluation
  • Perform statistical analysis to validate the data
  • Conduct research and evaluation on project effectiveness
  • Experience as a faculty member at a land grant institution
  • Develop and validate real-time estimation algorithms and/or observers for some process
  • Develop and validate a real-time optimization technique to reach a pre-defined objective function
  • PhD and experience in an applicable field
  • Postdoctoral experience

Experience For Senior Research Scholar Resume

  • Experience with phylogenomics and evolutionary genomics and gene cloning/editing
  • Experience training students in research settings
  • Work independently and demonstrated creativity
  • Experiences with mammalian cell culture and animal models (xenograft technique)
  • Possess possess a strong background in technology development, precision agriculture, and data analysis
  • Operate and adjust various farm machinery and agricultural implements

Experience For Post Doctoral Research Scholar Resume

  • Effective work habits, and the ability to work as part of a team and in a self-directed manner
  • Valid NC Driver’s License required within 60 days of hire to travel between campuses
  • Experience in genetics and molecular biology
  • Work experience after graduation
  • Expertise in physical properties analysis (DSC, TGA, XRPD, microscopy etc.) of solids and the effect of physical properties on product performance
  • Experience in lab and field-based plant genetics and molecular biology

Experience For Professor, Research Scholar Track Resume

  • Valid NC driver’s license or the ability to obtain
  • Experience in plant genetics/genomics and biochemistry
  • Experience in molecular biology and biochemistry techniques
  • Demonstrated ability to present and publish research findings
  • Experience in plant genetics/genomics and biochemistry, preferably with small fruits or vegetables
  • Experience in analysis of scientific messages across a variety of media platforms
  • Experience in the field of food science/product formulation
  • Experience in the field of molecular biology and genetics

Experience For Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Pert Resume

  • Experience with DNA, RNA and protein related experimental approaches
  • Experience with phylogenomics as well as evolutionary and comparative genomics
  • Valid NC driver’s license or the ability to obtain within 60 days of start
  • Previous postdoctoral experience (at least 1-2 year)
  • Relevant experience in the research area
  • Hands on experience in isolation of siRNAs and qualitative and quantitative analysis of abundance and identity of siRNAs
  • Valid Drivers License or the ability to obtain within 60 days of start
  • Experience in lab-based molecular biology

Experience For Assistant Professor, Research Scholar Track Resume

  • Experience with uncertainty analysis
  • Relevant comparative genomics experience
  • Experience in quantitative genetics and proteomics
  • Experience in sequence-based approaches to the study of microbial life
  • Experience in genetics and/or molecular biology
  • Experience with plant/leaf hoppers and/or aphids would be beneficial
  • Experience with aquatic plant management research methods
  • Relevant experience in needs assessment, research, and/or evaluation in community-based settings

Experience For Temp Research Scholar Resume

  • PhD in Entomology, Microbiology or related fields with at least 1-3 years of postdoctoral experience
  • Assisting in the supervision of undergraduate and graduate students, providing support and/or training as necessary; and
  • Designing, performing and analyzing data collected from experiments
  • Coordinating sample collection, processing, data analysis, and data interpretation
  • Coordinating sample collection, processing, data analysis, and data interpretation, experimental design, and sample preparation
  • Writing grant proposals for novel/consistent funding opportunities
  • Working with/aiding graduate student projects

Experience For Visiting Research Scholar Resume

  • Managing the molecular lab including the equipment and supplies
  • Training and mentoring other lab members
  • Driving a vehicle between the lab and off-site plant growing facilities
  • Training in plant biotechnological techniques, gene cloning and plant transient expression techniques, protein biochemistry
  • Working with next-generation sequencing data
  • Mapping of disease resistance loci in sorghum
  • Organizing information sessions with the CHHE membership to provide information about proteomics technology and approaches

Experience For Associate Research Scholar Resume

  • Surveying relevant scholarly literature
  • Examining how different legal systems/frameworks respond to related questions
  • Analyzing key issues associated with legal accommodation of related questions
  • Driving state vehicles and light equipment (tractor, agricultural machinery
  • Assisting with maintenance of insect colonies as needed
  • Understanding of reduction-oxidation behaviors and properties for mixed oxide based oxygen carriers and/or catalysts; unveil the reaction mechanisms
  • Attending regular meetings
  • Cooperatively work with a diverse group of crop and breeding scientists in collection, analyzing data and communicating research results

List of Typical Skills For a Research Scholar Resume

Skills for postdoctoral research scholar resume.

  • Demonstrated ability to independently conceive projects, obtain grants, effectively complete experiments, and prepare publications
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral) for a variety of audiences (general public to academic)
  • Demonstrated experience in comparative genomics, evolutionary biology, metabolomic pathway analysis, gene editing and transformation techniques
  • Documented evidence of strong scholarship, including peer-reviewed publications, particularly in high ranked journals
  • Demonstrated experience supervising students and other personnel
  • Demonstrated experience delivering professional workshops and conference presentations

Skills For Post Doc Research Scholar Resume

  • Work independently and creatively, as well as collaborating effectively within a team
  • Demonstrated experience preparing high quality scientific manuscripts
  • Communicate effectively and work within a cooperative team of faculty, staff, and student
  • Work and communicate effectively as part of a team
  • Relevant experience with an excellent record of scientific publications in the above mentioned research fields (neurodevelopmental disorders)

Skills For Senior Research Scholar Resume

  • Demonstrated experience with environmental Life Cycle analysis
  • Demonstrated experience with commercially available life cycle analysis tools and data
  • Demonstrated evidence of the ability to finish projects
  • Evidence of prior successful development of collaborative research projects and publication of results
  • Experience in plant pathology research with experience as a faculty member at a land grant university
  • Working experience in liquid chromatography, in vitro digestion models and mammalian cell culture
  • Experience running biochemical assays, cellular assays, collecting and analyzing the data with appropriate statistical methods

Skills For Post Doctoral Research Scholar Resume

  • Experience in recruiting, coordinating, and facilitating K-12 outreach-related programs
  • Experience working with pathogens/diseases of tomato and strawberry and managing genomic sequencing data sets such as GBS, RNA-Seq
  • Experience in a plant breeding program with an understanding of marker-assisted or genomic selection breeding practices
  • Experience applying quantum computing to quantum chemistry, machine learning, or optimization/financial models
  • Experience collecting, analyzing, and scaffolding educational data for creation of data-driven methodologies

Skills For Professor, Research Scholar Track Resume

  • Experience of contributing to the writing of research publications, grant applications, and research progress reports.
  • Experience working with phytochemical ingredient systems including emulsions, encapsulants, plant based protein carriers
  • Experience growing plants and sampling for downstream analysis
  • Demonstrated computer programming proficiency utilizing standard JAVA, Perl, Python, JavaScript, FORTRAN, C, C++, etc
  • Extensive experience and hands-on training in micro-fabrication, testing, and
  • Experience managing and working with NGS data
  • Experience in contributing to the writing of research publications, grant applications, and research progress reports
  • Experience with phylogenomics and evolutionary, genomics and gene cloning/editing

Skills For Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Pert Resume

  • Experience running or developing novel marker techniques
  • Experience designing and making DNA constructs for use in insect transgenesis
  • Experience microinjecting insect embryos, and screening for expression of transformation markers
  • Hands-on experience handling and rearing transgenic insects
  • Experience creating and handing transgenic insects
  • The desire to be a leader in the laboratory, helping others who are less experienced, and ensuring the highest levels of laboratory safety are ensured
  • Experience rearing western corn rootworm

Skills For Assistant Professor, Research Scholar Track Resume

  • Laboratory experience with the techniques used for culturing of yeast and/or bacteria
  • Demonstrated proficiency with database management using structured and unstructured approaches
  • Experience in needs assessment and program planning
  • Experience working with plant microbiomes, particularly transcriptomics, genomics, and associated bioinformatics and statistics
  • Experience publishing scholarly publications in scientific journals
  • At least one peer-reviewed journal publication reflecting strong personal expertise in biological transmission electron microscopy
  • Experience directly related to quantum computing
  • Skill in computer programming such as Java, R, Python, or other languages to implement and test research ideas
  • Documented experience in analyzing data derived from NGS

Skills For Temp Research Scholar Resume

  • LC-MS experience, preferably Shimadzu IT-TOF-MS instrument using LabSolution software for qualitative and quantitative analysis
  • Experience with Agilent GC-MS operation and data processing
  • Experience in research the impact of bioactive compounds on inflammatory biomarkers using cell culture
  • Skilled in using electron microscope, SynergyH1/Take 3, ABI GeneAMP 9700, and real-time PCR instruments
  • Experience with any of the following is desirable though not required: Plant genetics especially maize, Plant pathology, CRISPR/CAS9 systems, Plant virology
  • Experience working with K-12 schools, teachers, and administrators
  • PhD in Plant Breeding, Genetics or related field and 1-3 years of experience
  • Experience working in agriculture and food system research and/or development
  • Demonstrated success and familiarity with grant funded projects and reporting

Skills For Visiting Research Scholar Resume

  • Experience working with beneficial microbes that suppress plant diseases and improve plant health
  • Experience in standard plant pathology methods and working with multiple types of plant pathogens (especially fungi and bacteria)
  • Develop and validate dynamic models for various mechanical systems under different loading conditions
  • B.S. in biology or related field. -2-3 years experience rearing western corn rootworm -ability to screen for fluorescent marker genes
  • Documented experience publishing professional manuscripts focused on educational innovations in schools
  • Expertise in the areas of crystallization, isolation, drying, and how physical properties of solids affect performance

Skills For Associate Research Scholar Resume

  • Experience with implementation of USP methods and testing protocols
  • Experience in extraction and analysis of phytochemicals in foods and biological tissues
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently in a university laboratory environment
  • Strong background in fermentation, photosynthesis and artificial photosynthesis, and bioseparations
  • Valid NC driver’s license or the ability to obtain one within 60 days of start date
  • Demonstrate the ability to work independently and creatively
  • Demonstrated ability to publish research findings related to research in peer-reviewed journals is essential
  • Experiences with mammalian cell culture and animal models

List of Typical Responsibilities For a Research Scholar Resume

Responsibilities for postdoctoral research scholar resume.

  • Expertise in Physical Pharmacy concepts Experience with online monitoring of continuous processes
  • Experience in Design of Experiments (DOE) and how the technique is used
  • Experience in genetics and molecular biology is desired
  • Strong record in experimental nanotechnology methods and/or lab techniques for water treatment
  • Experience with nanoparticle synthesis and characterization is an advantage
  • Significant managerial, project management, and practical breeding experience
  • Relevant and related experience

Responsibilities For Post Doc Research Scholar Resume

  • Experience with polyphenol analysis (chemical assays, HPLC and LC-MS)
  • Comfortable setting up, working and maintaining a Linux/Unix environment
  • Work to elucidate the basal defense response in sorghum, using molecular biological, physiological and mapping approaches
  • Field work during pollinating season
  • 1) quantifying systems approaches for mitigating the risk of fruit flies in fresh fruits

Responsibilities For Senior Research Scholar Resume

  • Expertise in ecology and evolution and in addressing questions in a clear hypothesis-testing framework
  • Fine mapping and gene cloning
  • Proficient in speaking professional, working Spanish to enhance collaboration with research partners
  • Work in varying climates and conditions and engage in physical activity such as harvesting crops as needed for research
  • Designs and creates new materials for K12 STEM and computing education
  • Builds software tools to support computing education and educators

Responsibilities For Post Doctoral Research Scholar Resume

  • Assist with the training of undergraduate and graduate students
  • Write grant proposals, with the help of PI, for various public and private funding agencies
  • Write reports to funding agencies
  • Provide leadership and technical expertise to an existing US EPA Wetlands Program Development Grant
  • Participate in US EPA reporting and manage research budgets
  • Analyze and publish existing and new data in peer-reviewed journals
  • Assist in providing wetland outreach to stakeholders in NC
  • Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Pharmaceutical Sciences or related field
  • GPU/Intel Phi architecture and programming

Responsibilities For Professor, Research Scholar Track Resume

  • PhD in horticulture, plant breeding, plant genetics or related field
  • Minor assistant to graduate students
  • Maintain operation of laboratory equipment
  • Help graduate students on occasion
  • Help maintain satisfactory laboratory work conditions
  • Execute sponsored research activities under guidance and supervision of principal investigators
  • Support, assist and coordinate student activities associated with project execution

Responsibilities For Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Pert Resume

  • Complete project documentation and reports
  • Present and/or co-present results at meetings and/or conferences
  • Participate as a co-investigator on CHHE member grants
  • Provide support to the peers and collaborative partners and other students
  • Oversee day-to-day operations of the project
  • Develop curricula, assessments, and lab activities

Responsibilities For Assistant Professor, Research Scholar Track Resume

  • Develop software tools to support curricula and teachers
  • Collect assessment and observation data
  • Ensure that data collection, data organization and storage, and data analysis tasks are completed on time and are done well
  • Coordinate Professional Development and community of practice for teachers
  • Assist with literature reviews, manuscript, and project reports preparation and submission
  • Maintain the project website & survey sites
  • Coordinates project and teacher professional development
  • Collects, analyzes, and reports data for program

Responsibilities For Temp Research Scholar Resume

  • Writes research manuscripts and reports
  • Maintain research facilities and laboratories
  • Supervise technicians and students
  • Attend and participate in regular grant related meetings and seminars
  • Write reports and provide other means for research dissemination
  • Prepare manuscripts and technical reports, and present the work at international conferences
  • Participate in grant preparation

Responsibilities For Visiting Research Scholar Resume

  • Review pertinent literature and selects or modifies established methods and procedures appropriate to the research goals
  • Develop alternative methods and procedures where appropriate
  • Have results of findings from experiments are published in manuscripts and technical reports
  • Give oral presentations at professional meetings
  • PhD in plant pathology or a related field
  • Develop and maintain research populations in the field

Responsibilities For Associate Research Scholar Resume

  • Evaluate the performance of overall system with proposed estimators and optimizers
  • Write technical papers for publications in peer-reviewed journals
  • Supervise and mentor undergraduate students involved in the project
  • Prepare documentations, interim as well as final reports, and present them to the industrial sponsor
  • Build alliances and work in partnership with state and federal agencies, the public, local elected and appointed officials to improve aquatic plant management programs
  • Provide educational programming to stakeholders on aquatic invasive weeds

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How to Write Academic CV for Scholarship (10 Examples)

When applying for a scholarship, your CV (Curriculum Vitae or Resume) often works as the first evaluation filter in which you seeks to comply with the basic requirements of the call, that your experience is aligned with the program to which you want to apply and that you are a candidate with academic, professional and personal potential.

Academic CV for scholarship should be short and specific. It is recommended to use Times New Roman font and bullets, bold and capital letters to show relevant information to the reader. The information must be in chronological order. Don’t fall a prey to clichés rather portray something unique about yourself.

The role of academic CV is to capture the attention of the scholarship provider so that it continues with the Motivation Letter, which aims to finish convincing him that your candidacy is the most indicated above all others. An ill-planned academic CV may rope in scholarship denial.

This makes the CV one of the most important documents in the evaluation process. We want to tell you some tips based on our experience of winning scholarships and successfully advising other people in their application processes.

Reflect and Brainstorm your Academic CV

Before starting to write your resume, you must make an assessment of yourself and determine the elements of your professional, academic and personal experience which you will place on paper.

Initially you should gather as much information as possible to have a broader view of what you have to offer, and then you should choose which ones to show and how to do it. Remember that the scholarship provider has the final word, so research about him and the profile he seeks . Based on this, select and highlight the most relevant skills and experiences in your Curriculum Vitae (CV).

You can start the research by reading the description of the scholarship and its requirements very well. You can also check the profiles of other fellows studying on that scholarship. Many times the scholarship providers publish articles or institutional videos in which other scholars share their experience and that is your opportunity to analyze their profile.

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When you do your research identify key words and write them down in a list, so you know how to address your CV (resume). For example, you will know if you should focus more on the academic, professional or personal skills and experiences. It can also help you for example, to know if you should show more as a researcher, leader, creative or socially aware.

How to Organize Academic CV for Scholarship?

All CVs must have three parts: contact information, education and professional experience. However, I recommend that you add other sections that make it easier for the reader to identify relevant characteristics such as: Certificates and acknowledgments, Volunteering and other experiences, Software Skills and Languages.

At the top of the page or in the header you must show your full name and your contact information such as address, phone and email. Avoid placing words such as “CV”, “Curriculum Vitae” or “Resume” which do not make it look professional.

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Normally it goes first because it is what will allow you to show that you meet the basic entry requirements. For example, if you are applying to a PhD , you have already completed a Master’s degree; or if you apply to a master’s degree, you have already completed your undergraduate degree.

Write only the title obtained, the institution, the year of graduation, along with the city and country where you studied. Add special recognition or your qualifications, if they were outstanding.

Work Experience:

Do not limit yourself to describing the tasks that you carried out, but include your achievements and measurable results. With this you are demonstrating to the reader that you leave a trace where you work and that you are aware of the impact of your work. Also write it as the first person, but avoids the use of “I”. Remember that it is about what you have done and, therefore, you are the main character of what you present.

For example, instead of writing “sales and event organization” you better write “I increased sales by 20% over the same period last year and organized events with budgets of more than 500,000 USD.” Always clearly refer to true facts.

Show the languages ​​you speak with the respective level: native, basic, intermediate or advanced. Avoid getting entangled with numerical scales that make it difficult for the reader to understand.

Personal Skills:

As you mention your technical skills, also mention your personal skills. This section is vital so that the reader can quickly recognize that you have the profile that interests him. In addition, with this you can also demonstrate self-knowledge and balance.

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Other Key Sections:

If you have written publications or have been awarded prizes or certificates that complement your formal academic training, you can organize them in a section to highlight your achievements. Also provide links (DOI numbers) to your publications if available. Similarly, if you have experience in extracurricular activities or volunteering , I recommend that you organize them in another section to quickly demonstrate your pro-activity and social awareness.

Do I have to include Professional Profile in Academic CV for Scholarship?

The professional profile is a section with which some people decide to start their CV in the form of presentation. However, it can become a repetition of what you will surely write in your motivation letter . For this reason and also because CV is about being as concise as possible, I would avoid to include it in the CV . But if you want to use it, do not write more than one paragraph or five lines of text.

Do I have to include my picture in Academic CV for Scholarship?

Regarding the photo, it depends a lot on the call, the institution and the country to which you are applying. But in general terms, I recommend you to place a professional photo in your CV which will help the reader to have an idea of ​​who is speaking. The photo should be one in which you appear with a friendly and happy gesture. Avoid forced smiles and serious gestures.

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How to write a winning CV for Scholarships?

An ill-planned academic CV may rope in scholarship denial. We have elucidated 8 ways of making your academic CV (resume) sound very effective and powerful.

  • Short and specific: Depending on the number of applications, the reader of your CV can spend only 30 seconds to read it. That is why you should try to place all the content in maximum 2 pages.
  • Simple format, but NOT flat. Use bullets, bold and capital letters to show relevant information to the reader. It is also recommended that you use more than one column and that you separate the sections clearly to facilitate reading. Avoid unconventional designs and the mix of colors, unless you are applying to an arts program.
  • Be specific with the information you submit. Indicates institutions, titles and dates. The information must be in chronological order from the most recent to the oldest.
  • Use the correct time. The activities that you are not already doing must be in the past and those that you are still doing in the present. It seems silly but it happens.
  • Check the spelling. Whether you write in English, your spelling says a lot about how you communicate and the level of language proficiency. Since self-correcting is not always successful, ask your friends and professors to review each word and phrase.
  • Don’t fall a prey to clichés: For example you should not write the sentences like, “If given a chance, I will prove my mettle” or “I am passionate about”. Rather portray something unique about yourself.
  • Do not display fancy emails on your Resume: Many of us these days have an email id by the time we were at the age of 12-13. Those days of life were really funny we tried emails with such peppy, funky ids. Many of us retain those funny sounding emails like [email protected], [email protected] etc. These sound utterly unprofessional. Create an email id that simply states your name. Use that in your resume.
  • Let your resume look consistent: Use a common font for all the points mentioned in your resume. Times New Roman size 12 looks decent. Go for this. You may have a slightly bigger font (Say Times New Roman 14) for the subtitles.

Academic CV Samples:

ScholarshipRoar.com has compiled a list of CV samples for scholarship from world top university websites. These includes sample sample CV for master scholarship and sample CV for PhD scholarship. These can also be modified for sample CV for undergraduate scholarship with slight tweaking. We hope this list will help you in writing effective and winning academic CV for scholarship.

  • Michigan State University Academic CV Guide and Samples
  • Harvard University CV and Cover Letters
  • University of Toronto Academic CV Tips and Samples
  • The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign CV Guide and Samples
  • Cornell University Resumes and CVs
  • Oxford Academic CV Examples
  • PennState College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Academic CV Samples
  • Griffith University Australia Academic CV Template
  • University of Birmingham CVs for Postgraduate Study

Good News! ScholarshipRoar.com is sharing with you the best academic CV example. I hope this will help you greatly in preparing your scholarship application.

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We are sure these tips and resources will certainly help you chisel a perfect academic CV for scholarship. Remember that a CV is invaluable and will make or break your chances of winning a scholarship. Spend sometime pondering over the points discussed in the article and come up with a brilliant CV.

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Research Scholar Resume Samples

A Research Scholar undertakes the job of evaluating existing research techniques and recommending improvements to enhance quality and productivity. A well-drafted Research Scholar Resume indicates the following core duties and tasks – comparing actual results, suggesting solutions to correct deviations; providing scientific and technical expertise for conducting research experiments; undertaking lab activities, operating laboratory equipment safely; handling experiment samples, chemicals, and other physical agents; preparing complete documentation of research activities ; analyzing and interpreting research findings, and scheduling regular maintenance of laboratory equipment.

Successful resumes make mention of the following abilities and skills – attention to details, knowledge of GLP and QMS, and SOP; technical knowledge and project management skills; good understanding of classroom presentation skills; working knowledge of MS Office, and written communication skills; detailed knowledge of the research being conducted and teaching skills. Strong evidence of a degree in an area of interest and other qualifications should be highlighted on the resume.

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Objective : Scientist, Science Policy Adviser, and STEM advocate with demonstrated expertise in neuroscience, aging, and mental disorders, currently working at the intersection of international and domestic science and technology policy. Brain health expert with solid scientific reasoning, impact oral and written communication skills, grant writing and review experience and effective problem solving capabilities in policy advising.

Skills : Microsoft Office, Sigma Stat, Higher Education Instructor, Program Development, Science Policy, International Affairs, Innovation Ecosystem Development, Science, Science, Research, Human Center Design.

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Description :

  • Explored the biological changes in brain centers important in vision and mood (depression) due to changes in the light environment.
  • Developed an innovative light exposure environment to understand the impact of seasonal light alterations on vision physiology, hopefully leading to drug targets for depression subtypes (e.g., Seasonal Affective Disorder).
  • Developed a theatrical model for detecting dopaminergic cell dysfunction using eye (retinal) imaging scans.
  • Managed personal grant funding budgets totaling $95,000 National Institutes of Health National Research Service Award grant: F32; 2) Silvio O.
  • Took charge of the research of power electronics and power systems, especially condition monitoring, diagnosis, prognosis, and health management.
  • Performed surgeries on embryonic and adult zebrafish fins to assess regeneration.
  • Conducted public workshops, presentations, and seminars relevant to research.

Objective : My initial research interests were geared toward spatial planning and environmental problems, mainly at an EU level, which resulted in the publication of two books that received several awards. Currently I'm focusing my work on climate change issues and, after studying the European regulation and policy, the need for a broader perspective for what is now, clearly, a problem of global proportions.

Skills : Writing Skills, Mentoring Skills, Multitasking.

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  • Indeed, the EU has recently elaborated a Directive establishing a Framework for Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) and with the initial intention to include as well the Integrated Coastal Zone Management in the same process.
  • Directive of conceived as a means to tackle all the challenges generated by the unsustainable use of marine and coastal resources and that will be aggravated by the effects of climate change.
  • Researched Pseudomonas aeruginosa in a Microbiology and Immunology Lab Managed monthly radiation testing and community lab chores Proficient.
  • Worked on the project entitled Effects of Hypoxia on immune cells involving isolation of lymphocytes from the spleen of mouse and exposure of cells to.
  • Worked in a genetics lab collecting data utilizing various research methods and equipment.
  • Analyzed bioinformatic data to discover novel enhancers.
  • Optimized the creation of transgenic zebrafish lines.

Objective : Motivated and highly productive Research Scholar professional with a research background. Detail-oriented with strong skills in multi-tasking and efficient management of day-to-day office operations. Adept at building and maintaining effective working relationships with co-workers and outstanding interpersonal skills.

Skills : Analyzing Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Multitasking.

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  • Designed error correction codes to correct symmetric errors in flash memories S.
  • Conducted data collection.
  • Created the Perturbations that promote autophagy presentation.
  • Participated in educational workshops pertaining to presentation skills and graduate school preparation.
  • Assisted the bariatric surgery department in sleeve gastrectomy research Utilized patient data to catalog procedures Developed a database to aid.
  • Assisted in designing a system that could automatically transport and manipulate water droplets on the nanoscale Created SolidWorks models.
  • Captured images using compound and fluorescent microscopy.

Objective : To work in challenging scientific research and development environment where my skills would be appropriately exploited in exciting projects.

Skills : Researching, Writing, Computer , Powerpoint, Public Speaking, Communication, Data Analysis, Leadership Development, Microsoft Office, Teaching.

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  • Developed novel, interdisciplinary courses.
  • Co-founded One Health Initiative.
  • Supervised lab operations including assays being run, sample registration, handling & storage, laboratory equipment maintenance, and maintaining.
  • Attained, skilled knowledge of equipment and materials and scientific methods and processes needed for preparation, execution, and analysis of.
  • Wrote event reconstruction and physics analysis code in FORTRAN: Wrote event reconstruction and physics analysis code using FORTRAN.
  • Conducted research work on HBV Immunization by Engineering the synonymous Hepatitis B surface antigen in Kluyveromyces lactis Expression System to.
  • Researched Scholar Project ZIP4 in the Pathogenesis of Pancreatic Cancer.

Summary : Around 9 years of research experience of working on projects pertaining to Stem cell biology, Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine; Protein and enzyme engineering, RNA biology (qPCR). Expertise in quantitative imaging and automated microscopy, flow cytometry, electron microscopy, protein purification and characterization and other biophysical techniques.

Skills : Assisting Skills, Investigating Skills, Modeling Skills.

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  • Assisted in writing a research proposal to the Institutional Review Board, got approved Create databases that allowed for better analysis pertaining to.
  • Studied mechanics of composite materials with an aim to pursue a Ph.D. under Dr.
  • Attended the Second Global Interposer Technology Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Simulated different controlled bridge converters with R, RL, RLE loads using PWM control.
  • Established the molecular mechanism by which the small compound rapamycin exerts its antimicrobial activity on the human pathogen Mucor.
  • Investigated synthesis of yttria-stabilized zirconia nanoparticles via flame spray pyrolysis.
  • Modeled potential rare-earth ions in ceramic and glass matrices for red, green, and blue laser systems -Modeled and developed green and blue up-.

Objective : Over +5 yr. of research in aquatic systems with strong field monitoring and laboratory skills plus some teaching-education experience elementary. I am proficient in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and mapping tools. Creative problem-solving skills and positive attitude is reflected in every teamwork experience and technical report I have conducted.

Skills : Assisting Skills, Analytical Skills, Participating Skills.

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  • Averaged Hours/Week: 40 Vanderbilt University Department of Pathology, TN, United States Research Scholar, Dr.
  • Worked with immunoassay kits, immunostaining, cell culture.
  • Participated in monthly research conferences.
  • Attended kidney pathology biopsies and sign-out -Certified handling of lab animals.
  • Researched Work- Non-Traditional Machining.
  • Served as a Research Assistant for a senior representative of the Chinese Institute of CPA, comparing accounting education standards in China.
  • Advised the Chinese Institute of CPA on adopting international standards for accounting education.

Objective : Seeking a Research Scholar position with an outstanding career opportunity that will offer a rewarding work environment along with a winning team that will fully utilize management skills.

Skills : Researching Skills, Analyzing Skills, Management Skills.

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  • Developed microextraction techniques as pre-sample preparation for the profiling of complex biological fluids.
  • Wrote research proposals and scientific papers.
  • Performed laboratory activities and operate laboratory equipment effectively and safely.
  • Handled experiment samples, chemicals, and other physical agents according to safety standards.
  • Analyzed, interpreted, and documented research findings for management review.
  • Scheduled regular maintenance of laboratory equipment.
  • Analyzed and resolved research problems in a timely and accurate manner.

Objective : Hardworking, organized, Research Scholar professional with a proven background delivering sensible researching technology solutions on time and under budget while working as a team member or team leader.

Skills : MS Office, Typing Skills, Researching Skills.

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  • Used spectroscopic techniques like NMR, FTIR, and mass spectroscopy to verify resultant compounds.
  • Used chromatographic techniques like TLC, GC, and columns chromatography.
  • Compounds were screened for their biological activity against fungi, bacteria, and insects by several methods.
  • Designed code architecture for developing a comprehensive state estimation toolbox for MATLAB Generalized the recursive non-linear dynamic data.
  • Contributed in developing new technology for creating Buried Vias.

Objective : As a Research Scholar, responsible for Organizing and host convening around contemporary issues, questions and movements related to scholar, etc,.

Skills : Graphic Design, Microsoft Office Suites, Adobe Creative Suites, Management Skills.

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  • Surveyed, observed, and conducted interviews with patients of local health care offices.
  • Researched in biomechanics as to integrate a force plate in a treadmill for the analysis of ground reaction forces on the muscles of the lower extremities.
  • Built and calculated models using SolidWorks mechanical design.
  • Developed prototype and validated data via computer simulation.
  • Modified DNA repair proteins by removal of the alkyl group and transferring it to the cysteine residue to prevent DNA alkylation damage.
  • Proposed a new technique for sensorless speed control system to sense the speed of the machine.
  • Tested this new speed-sensing technique's accuracy by applying it to different systems (including Direct Torque Control) in an open-loop using MATLAB/.

Objective : To establish a long-term career in a company where I may utilize my Research Scholar professional skills and knowledge to be an effective researching skills and inspiration to those around me.

Skills : MS Office, Researching Skills, Interpersonal Skills.

Research Scholar Resume Model

  • Researched for ME and later Ph.D. thesis on complex oxide systems for novel electronic and spintronic devices, supervised by Prof.
  • Designed and set up a time-resolved magneto-optic Kerr effect measurement system for ultrafast magnetization dynamics on magnetic materials for STT-MRAM memories.
  • Created a mixed optical and electronic, ultrafast measurement system - Fabricated micro- and nano-structures with UV optical lithography in a cleanroom environment - Programmed data acquisition system and instruments interface with Labview - Extensive knowledge in magnetic properties measurements with VSM, Squid, and Kerr magnetometers - Specialized in femtosecond optics, ultra-wideband microwave electronics (Oscilloscope, Network and Spectrum analyzer) - Expertise in surface roughness measurements with Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) - Data analysis and fitting with Matlab and Origin Pro.
  • Researched scholar in developing and inspecting the quality and reliability of new interposer technologies (a member of the System in Package Team).
  • Structured fine lines and spaces (< 10 um) on very thin glass and organic interposer substrates.
  • Inspected the reliability tested samples and analyzed the error mechanisms.
  • Designed field and laboratory research trials, conducted soil-plant interaction studies, analyzed soil, and plant samples using standards laboratory.

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