I am from Syracuse, NY and received my bachelor's in Biology from Boston University in 2006. I moved to Alabama and worked as a biological technician for two years and started graduate work at Western Carolina University. There I have taught laboratory sections in a variety of biological science including intro biology, anatomy and physiology, vertebrate zoology, and ecology & evolution. I am currently finishing my thesis on Distribution Modeling on a species of salamander. After finishing I hope to enter a doctoral program to do further research in animal physiology.
I have also spent a good deal in Latin American countries either as a student, volunteer, or researcher and am fluent in Spanish
I hope to help students understand how to think like a scientist and help tackle problems that are both a mathematical as well as conceptual challenge. I know that every person solves problems in a different manner and I hope to help them form their own strategy to be successful in learning what are sometimes considered to be impossible-to-grasp concepts.
Thanks for visiting my profile and I hope to help you soon!
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