My name is Sam, and I love math and science! I've been to many places and done many things, but I've always enjoyed keeping up with what I learned in school, and sharing what I've learned with others. Some people find math and science to be especially daunting, with too many complex formulas and equations, and with little in common with what we see and do everyday. I'm here to tell you that doesn't have to be the case! Almost everything can be broken down into small pieces and understood in a simple, intuitive way. Even mathematics, which doesn't always seem to translate to the real world, can be used to describe things such as how fast cars move, what profit a company can make from selling items, and how populations of animals in the wild change over time. I'd be excited to help you see math and science in a different way, understand concepts, and do great on homework and tests!
Undergraduate Degree: The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering
Graduate Degree: The University of Texas Medical Branch - Doctor of Medicine, Health/Medical Psychology
My interests include exploring local parks and museums, reading about science and technology, and playing the saxophone.
Anatomy & Physiology
High School Biology
High School Chemistry
High School Computer Science
Technology and Coding