I received my B.A. in Public Health Studies from Johns Hopkins University in 2011 and my Master of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2013. I am currently working in pancreatic cancer research at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. I have prior research experience in both cancer biology and molecular biology. At the Bloomberg School of Public Health, I enjoyed working one-on-one with students as a Molecular Endocrinology teaching assistant. Although I scored the highest on the Biological Sciences section of the MCAT, I feel confident that I can also assist students with the Physical Sciences and Verbal Reasoning portion. I believe that the best way to learn material is to create a tailored study plan and to break down material into discrete and manageable portions. As a tutor, my goal is to teach every student how to study effectively, understand difficult material, and succeed in the knowledge, course, and test that they desire. In my spare time I enjoy 5-on-5 pickup basketball, reading a good book, and cooking for my friends.
Undergraduate Degree: Johns Hopkins University - Bachelor in Arts, Public Health Studies
Graduate Degree: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health - Master of Science, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Tennis, Basketball, Cooking, Travelling, Reading