I believe that teaching students is a great opportunity and resource for clarifying concepts, creating innovative ideas, and motivating both sides to acquire more skills.
I had been teaching assistant for three courses and four semesters during my graduate studies: Introduction to Medical Imaging, Advanced Medical Imaging and Introduction to Biomaterials at University of Southern California at Los Angeles during my PhD training. I assisted these courses by developing lecture slides, exams, assignments and projects, and I had gained valuable experience by interacting with students with excellent feedback and evaluations.
I had also been invited for presentations for MRI classes at University of Tennessee medical center, and built a friendly environment with students and other lecturers. Recently, I had the opportunity to instruct for the class of “Practical Magnetic Resonance Imaging” by teaching labs and class, at New York University Langone Medical Center.
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