I am a graduate of the University of Massachusetts located in Amherst, Mass. I received my Bachelor of Science in Sport Management from the Isenberg School of Management on the UMass campus after completing my prerequisite requirements for medical school. I returned to school at the University of Medicine and Health Sciences where I obtained my Medical Doctorate. Currently, I’m two semesters away from completing my Masters in Public Health. While in medical school, I was a teaching assistant and tutor for gross anatomy, neuroanatomy, and neuroscience. I tutor anatomy, physiology, and essay writing and editing at the college level and biology, life sciences at a high school level. My favorite subjects to teach are anatomy and physiology because the combination provides a complete understanding of the role that anatomical structure plays in the function of cells, organs, organ systems, and the human body. My teaching philosophy is to break down material and rebuild it in a way that fits each student’s learning style and utilize questions, examples, and repetition to build confidence and retention. When I’m not spending time tutoring, I enjoy exploring the outdoors, visiting new restaurants, and seeing new sights around Atlanta. I am applying for residency in obstetrics and gynecology and internal medicine and hope to start my training in July of 2015!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Massachusetts Amherst - Bachelor of Science, Sports Management
Graduate Degree: University of Medicine and Health Sciences - Doctor of Medicine, Medicine
Hiking, traveling, exploring new cultures, and going out to eat at new restaurants.
Anatomy & Physiology
High School Biology
High School English