Pursuing a Grad Degree in Biomedical Engineering following an undergrad degree in the same field, am looking to build new ways to interface technology with our humanity and society! As such, I am well versed in a breadth of STEM fields, and have plenty of experience teaching them as well. Since my interests are in research, I stay away with dead-end "memorize this equation" methods taught in schools, since to reach any higher level of understanding, one needs basic understanding first. I believe this to be critical, especially if you are pursuing any sort of higher end programming in your future.
Undergraduate Degree: Stony Brook University - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering
Graduate Degree: Duquesne University - Master of Science, Biomedical Engineering
Tinkering, which includes building / modifying physical devices, programming them. I do game dev as a hobby, focusing primarily in VR stuff. I also run my own servers for Minecraft and various Source games for myself in my friends.
Technology and Coding