I attended the University of Texas at Austin for my undergraduate studies, where I found my passion for the natural sciences. As I found ways to make the material more comprehensible, I was able to help my classmates and eventually decided to tutor. After spending over two and a half years tutoring in college, I went to medical school at UTMB and started tutoring first-year medical students during my second year. My passion for tutoring comes from seeing the confidence that I can help bring out in the learners I work with as I see them take a previously confusing or challenging topic and make sense of it. I particularly enjoy the natural sciences because of the elegantly consilient way that different subjects intertwine.
If you find yourself not quite understanding the material as much as you would like for topics such as biology, chemistry, or physics, I may be able to help you. Furthermore, I also have experience tutoring for the MCAT and would be happy to spend some time discussing what I've learned applying to medical school and residency afterwards. I moved to Chicago for residency training with a dual specialization in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, currently in my third year. And although it's different in some ways from Austin, I love exploring Chicago and finding fun new and fun things to do!
Undergraduate Degree: The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelors, Biology: Neurobiology
Graduate Degree: The University of Texas Medical Branch - PHD, Medicine
Medicine, space exploration, genetics/genomics, research, concerts, playing music
Anatomy & Physiology
AP Music Theory
High School Physics
Middle School Science