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  • 1337 5Th St, Glendale, CA 91201 (818) 240-9225 (818) 291-0488
  • Panorama City, CA
  • Cadiz, CA
  • 1337 5Th St APT C, Glendale, CA 91201 (818) 414-2940

Work

Position: Administration/Managerial

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Emails

t***8@aol.com

Resumes

Resumes

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Hris And Benefits Analyst At Vubiquity

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Position:
HRIS and Benefits Analyst at Vubiquity
Location:
Greater Los Angeles Area
Industry:
Information Technology and Services
Work:
Vubiquity - Sherman Oaks, CA since Apr 2011
HRIS and Benefits Analyst

Humanscale Apr 2008 - Dec 2010
Operations Manager

PSG- Professional Services Group Apr 2006 - Jan 2008
Operations Manager

Indymac Bank 2003 - 2006
Peopleclick's Administrator

Washington Mutual Jul 2002 - Apr 2003
HR/Recruiter Assistant
Education:
California State University-Northridge 1997 - 2000
BS, Business Administration/Management
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Gayane Voskanyan

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Location:
United States

Publications

Us Patents

Combined Sensor And Infusion Sets

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US Patent:
2012004, Feb 23, 2012
Filed:
Jan 18, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/008723
Inventors:
Gayane R. Voskanyan - Glendale CA,
Katherine T. Wolfe - Dunwoody GA,
Brian Chung - La Habra CA,
Eric Allan Larson - Simi Valley CA,
Jose J. Ruelas - San Fernando CA,
Rajiv Shah - Rancho Palos Verdes CA,
Assignee:
MEDTRONIC MINIMED, INC. - Northridge CA
International Classification:
A61B 5/145
US Classification:
600347, 600345
Abstract:
Embodiments of the invention provide a dual insertion set for supplying a fluid to the body of a patient and for monitoring a body characteristic of the patient. Typical embodiments of the invention include a base, an infusion portion coupled to a first piercing member and a sensor portion coupled to a second piercing member. The infusion portion includes a cannula coupled to the piercing member for supplying a fluid to a placement site. The sensor portion includes a sensor coupled to and extending from the base having at least one sensor electrode formed on a substrate and is coupled to the piercing member in a manner that allows the sensor to be inserted at the placement site. The base is arranged to secure the dual insertion set to the skin of a patient. Typically the infusion portion and sensor portion piercing members are arranged such that when they are operatively coupled to the base, they are disposed in a spatial orientation designed to inhibit sensor interference that may be caused by compounds present in fluids infused through the cannula.

Combined Sensor And Infusion Set Using Separated Sites

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US Patent:
2009006, Mar 5, 2009
Filed:
Aug 29, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/897106
Inventors:
Nannette M. Van Antwerp - Valencia CA,
Rajiv Shah - Rancho Palos Verdes CA,
Bradley J. Enegren - Moorpark CA,
Richard Lemos, JR. - Northridge CA,
Ly Phou - Los Angeles CA,
Garry M. Steil - Pasadena CA,
Gayane R. Voskanyan - Glendale CA,
International Classification:
A61M 5/142
A61M 25/02
US Classification:
604504, 600316, 604 65
Abstract:
Embodiments of the invention provide a dual insertion set for supplying a fluid to the body of a patient and for monitoring a body characteristic of the patient. Typical embodiments of the invention include a base, an infusion portion coupled to a first piercing member and a sensor portion coupled to a second piercing member. The infusion portion includes a cannula coupled to the piercing member for supplying a fluid to a placement site. The sensor portion includes a sensor coupled to and extending from the base having at least one sensor electrode formed on a substrate and is coupled to the piercing member in a manner that allows the sensor to be inserted at the placement site. The base is arranged to secure the dual insertion set to the skin of a patient. Typically the infusion portion and sensor portion piercing members are arranged such that when they are operatively coupled to the base, they are disposed in a spatial orientation designed to inhibit sensor interference that may be caused by compounds present in fluids infused through the cannula.
Gayane H Voskanyan from Glendale, CA, age ~44 Get Report