After receiving my Biochemistry degree from Purdue University, I began working at the laboratory bench in Cancer Research. I have many years of training and teaching health science graduate students and enjoy applying my molecular biology skills of executing and designing experiments and problem solving. Most of my student contact has been one-on-one and structured to suit each student’s laboratory and language skills. It’s all about using the fundamental knowledge base to approach challenging problems. Every student learns at their own pace, but if the teacher has patience and the student perseveres, their goals can be reached.