Fourth-year medical student at UAB School of Medicine and graduate of Princeton University where I studied Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. I enjoy helping students understand the basics of math and science, especially within the fields of biology, chemistry, and physics. I've also worked extensively with high school students in algebra and geometry classes. (read more)
...I personally had to maintain a high level of competency in a rapidly paced technical field. I worked as a software engineer for NASA, IBM, Lockheed, Redstone Arsenal for Army core of engineers and also developing software for the Air Force. I also worked for a group of scientists at Vanderbilt University's school of medicine for the leading scientist and director, Dr. (read more)
...I work to formulate an engaging lesson plan for any learning style, and endeavor to make a frequently under-appreciated subject accessible and interesting to any student. I taught Physics II at Georgia Tech for three years, during which time my students consistently scored among the highest in t... (read more)
...Scored in the 70th percentile on GRE mathematics. Informally taught math as an undergraduate (mostly precalculus, calculus 1 and statistics).
Currently doing data management/analysis where understanding how to implement mathematical concepts into medical research is a crucial portion of my job... (read more)
...I have taught many students biological concepts, from 6th graders to college students and I look forward to teaching students the hard-earned knowledge that I have gained in the 10 years of working in the biology field. I have extensive knowledge in Mathematics and Biology gained through college... (read more)