Honing the perceptive faculties of the student's mind involves the germination of a quaint appreciation for their studies. This can be brought about by giving constant and consistent reinforcement of his/her strengths and abilities to grow intellectually and to seek out a higher awareness of details that many mistake for obscure. Finer abilities of discrimination will be the reward of every developing mind with the heightened awarness of what lies beneath each new concept, and this awareness builds cummulatively to the delight of every growing and successful student. As a graduate of the University of St. Thomas, Houston and then Ross University School of Medicine I employed these faculties of mind across many diverse planes of teaching and learning. I majored in Liberal Arts while concurrently completing my premedical courses prior to entering medical school and worked a couple years as Lab Technician for Cancer Research and Biomedical Sciences lab where I coauthored several publications involving prostate cancer research. I am currently applying to residency programs while working as a Medical Assistant along side of tutoring. I enjoy teaching as much as learning and hope to remain employed in both for the rest of my life.
Undergraduate Degree: University of St. Thomas - Houston - Bachelor in Arts, Liberal Arts - Biology, Chemistry
Graduate Degree: Ross University School of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine, Medicine
My favorite hobby is running. Other hobbies: medical novels, classical poetry and literature, soccer, and playing guitar.
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