I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Binghamton University (SUNY) in 2008 with a double degree in Linguistics (B.A.) and Neuroscience (B.S.).
After working as a behavioral neuroscience research technician for about two years, I pursued a position in 2010 at Cornell University within their Behavioral and Evolutionary Neuroscience program. Having completed a year of coursework there, I moved to my current position as a doctoral student in Neuroscience at Tufts University Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences.
I have been tutoring within the sciences since my undergraduate years at Binghamton. I have worked with students in a wide variety of classes, ranging from linguistics (anthropological and psycholinguistic) to the more complez sciences (including biology
, general and organic chemistry
, basic neuroscience and experimental psychology
However, my vast tutoring and teaching experience has focused predominantly on organic chemistry
, where I have helped upwards of 300 students. I have worked within a wide expanse of teaching environments, from small group settings and classroom teaching (including lecture-based learning) to individualized, one-on-one sessions.
With an arsenal of old exams, pre-made practice exams, and enough sample problems to keep you occupied until retirement, I am determined to help each student achieve the best possible suite of study skills
, conceptual mastery and critical thinking that will allow him/her to succeed.
4 hours notice required
Reduced rates available for consistent (e.g. weekly) sessions for a duration of three continuous months or more. Please ask if you are interested.
Travels within 4 miles of Boston, MA 02111