I am told that when you have taken away what you are known for, whatever is left is whom you are. If my academic accolades, research, teaching experience in both academic and professional settings, volunteer service, and clinical experience are removed, you will find a life-long learner that embraces the opportunity to serve others. I enjoy teaching, not just school-related subjects, but sports, games, etc.; I enjoy being there learning with you!
I am attending a dental residency in Pittsburgh, and as such, my proclivity is towards science-related topics such as all things biology, pharmacology, anatomy, physiology, etc. and rendering these subjects towards a clinic-focused perspective. I have also tutored reading, writing, and public speaking courses, and have experience with GRE.
On the side, you would hopefully find me at the gym, playing some football, volleyball, or any sport outside or inside either with a guitar or crochet needles while, maybe, vicariously cooking via watching Food Network or Harry Potter reruns.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Washington-Seattle Campus - Bachelor of Science, Cellular and Molecular Biology
Graduate Degree: Case Western Reserve University - Doctor of Medical Dentistry, Predentistry
Being a nerd
Anatomy & Physiology
DAT Perceptual Ability
DAT Survey of the Natural Sciences
High School Biology
Middle School English
Middle School Reading
Middle School Reading Comprehension
Middle School Science
Middle School Writing
Study Skills and Organization