I recently graduated from the University of Houston with a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, and I am in the process of transitioning to a research position. I chose to pursue a career in academia because I have always enjoyed the scientific process, and learning and teaching are some of the most enjoyable experiences a person can have.
Through the course of my academic career, I have explored numerous topics. More importantly, I have conveyed complex ideas to others. One of the most important aspects of technical research is being able to communicate your thoughts effectively. I understand the importance of taking a step-by-step approach and packaging ideas in ways that people can visualize.
I am, at my core, a technically-minded problem solver. I know what it takes to succeed at any academic level. If you, or someone you know, is struggling with any course or concept, I would be happy to help in whatever way that I can.
The University of Texas at Austin - B.S., Biomedical Engineering
University of Houston - Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering
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