I conducted my premedical undergraduate education at Seattle University. There, I received a Bachelor of Arts with honors in Physics and minor in Chemistry. I worked for my University's Academic Support Office, tutoring Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. I also did volunteer work with a high school Physics class and at Harborview Medical Center.
I subsequently earned my MD at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where my interest in Physics, naturally led to a decision to specialize in Radiology.
Since graduating medical school, I performed an internship at Basset Medical Center in Cooperstown, New York as well as a radiology residency at Stony Brook University Hospital. Throughout my medical training I have gained extensive teaching experience. I have taught undergraduate students, medical students, radiology colleagues, Physicians in other disciplines, as well as radiology technologist students. I have over 14 years of teaching experience.
I love to learn and teach, and hope to share my enthusiasm with every one of my students.
In addition to my academic and professional interests, I enjoy movies, reading, swimming, and cycling.
Undergraduate Degree: Seattle University - Bachelor in Arts, Physics
Graduate Degree: Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine, Medicine
MCAT Verbal Reasoning: 11
MCAT Physical Sciences: 14
MCAT Biological Sciences: 12
Movies, reading, swimming, and cycling.
Anatomy & Physiology
High School Biology
High School Chemistry
High School Physics
MCAT Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior