I did my undergrad of Philadelphia University. I’ve received my Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering in 2009. Since graduation, my passion for what I do has never stopped, starting with the adventure of biological sciences and the challenge of stem cell research, and expanding my experience to the clinical world by helping people with devastating and untreatable diseases using stem cells. I’ve always been able to pass my passion for Science to many students through tutoring and training courses. I believe that with doing what I love; and loving what I do, I can inspire people around me, specially my students. In order to pursue my dream in becoming a better scientist, as well as a better teacher, I completed my Masters of Science in Biology from Bradley University in 2014, and I had the chance during that to participate in the first bioengineered trachea transplant using stem cells in the United States. Currently, I'm a Phd student at Rosalind Franklin University in the Neuroscience department.
In Science, I enjoy teaching Biology, Microbiology, Neuroscience, Immunology, Developmental Biology, physiology, and Molecular genetics. When I tutor, I try to create a friendly interactive learning environment with my students, and I love to discuss their opinions, answer their questions, and give them any advice they need to fulfill their dreams and approach their next step.
In my free time, I love to play musical instruments; actually, one of my hobbies is collecting musical instruments like guitar, violin, and piano; because music brings joy. I also like to play basketball, table tennis, video games (especially soccer), and spend time with my friends and family.
Philadelphia University - BS, Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering
Bradley University - MS, Biology
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