I graduated from CUNY City College with a major in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. I have vast research experience in the fields of Biomedical Imaging, Neuroimaging, and Biotechnology. I have worked in places such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lincoln Labs, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, National Institute of Health (NIH) Clinical Center, Columbia University Medical Center, and Nathan Kline Institute of Psychiatric Research conducting research. Through this research, I have published 6 journals article publication and one report. I also plan to start my Ph.D. in Medical Physics at the University of Wisconsin Madison later this year. I am also currently working as an Assistant Research Scientist at New York University (NYU) teaching pre-college prep courses to incoming College students (High school students). The courses I teach in this varsity tutors platform are Biomedical engineering, College Physics, College Math, Engineering, Computer Programing, Programing Languages, Math, Physics, Python, Science, and Technology and Coding. I like to teach courses by trying to find real-world applications of the theory taught in classes. I also ask students if they have any problems they want to go over together to bring them before to the session beforehand.
Undergraduate Degree: CUNY City College - Bachelor of Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
Some of my hobbies are: Ice skating, play guitar, violin, piano, and learning new languages. I also like to use Arduino one circuits to see the applications of theoretical aspects of circuits taught in Physics.