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I am an attending surgeon with more than 15 years experience in general surgery and have taught human anatomy to medical students and nurses for more than 8 years and have also helped many students and doctors preparing for different professional exams.
I am presently preparing for medical residency here in the U.S. after passing the USMLE exams including anatomy.
Anatomy is my passion and I will gladly share my wealth of knowledge with prospective students
I am graduate from a medical school in Russia and studied biostatistics and epidemiology as one of the basic science courses. In 2010, I took special Kaplan medical classes on biostatistics and epidemiology as this is a component of the USMLE test for foreign medical graduates to enter into residency in the US and aced it in my exam.
I have taught biostatistics and epidemiology to medical students during my postgraduate Ph.D. program and have helped a number of fellow doctors preparing for the USMLE master the subject successfully and pass their exams for the past 3 years.
My teaching methods are very simple because I explain the basic principles of the subject in very simple and unsophisticated terms.
I am a medical doctor undergoing licensing process for medical practice here in the USA. I have a lot of experience teaching microbiology to medical students and nurses for more than 10 years. I love teaching because it is very fulfilling and helps me even understand the various subjects better and stay informed about the latest developments in science and technology. Recently, I passed the USMLE steps 1 and 2. I will be glad to share my wealth of knowledge with prospective students.
Pharmacology is one of my favorite subjects from medical school and while working at the hospital, I truly discovered this subject. Medical practice really cemented the knowledge and also I discovered that teaching such challenging subjects to students and colleagues helps reinforce the knowledge.
I also had to study and take special prep classes on pharmacology with Kaplan Medical during my USMLE prep.
I have taught pharmacology to medical and nursing students as well in the past. One of the most rewarding things I have learned about teaching this subject is that "practice truly makes perfect".I will be glad to help students master pharmacology basic principles which can be applied to real medical practice and also help them ace their exams
I studied at the medical faculty of the Russian Peoples' Friendship University in Moscow, Russian Federation and took special classes on teaching Russian as a foreign language. I passed the test after the classes and was issued a certificate to this effect.
I have taught Russian language to diplomats while living in Moscow and have done some translation for some businesses as well.
I can provide my certificate or the copy on request.
Soccer has always been more than a hobby to me because it was the most revered sport in Nigeria when I was a teenager. As early as at the age of six, I decided to follow in my elder brother's (a former professional soccer player) footsteps. To some extent, I succeeded and made my school team. I had my share of injuries and after my second ankle fracture, my dad had to stop me from playing. This was just the beginning of my love for soccer and in order to continue playing, I moved into the hostel while in secondary school, where I played for my school team.
My passion for soccer was unparalleled after I moved to Russia for my medical education. Here, I was afforded incredible opportunity to play and learn from such super stars like Augustine Eguavon, Chidi Odiah, Vagner Love, Joe and so many other professionals that I met while in Russia. It was then that I started learning the rules of the game and later was the chief coach of the
Nigerian Soccer team in the Russian Federation, which won the Annual International Soccer Competition held annually at the Russian Peoples' Friendship University.
Soccer is still my favorite sport to date, despite all the fractures that I sustained over the years and I enjoy sharing my experience with young players, who are eager to learn the game and might be the superstars of the future, especially in a country like the U.S.