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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Biology)
Stanford School of Medicine (MD)
Hello there! My name is Joanne and I am a student at Stanford University School of Medicine. I recently graduated from MIT with a degree in Biology where I developed an interest for science and medicine. Having grown up with a younger sibling, I enjoy mentoring and tutoring and working with students. In my free time, I enjoy running, playing piano, and drinking coffee.
At MIT, I was a teaching assistant for an introductory biology course on experimental biology techniques and research design and received the Biology Department prize for exemplary undergraduate teaching. I also have experience tutoring biochemistry, organic chemistry, SAT, ACT, and middle school math. I got the opportunity to serve as a Teach for America intern a few years ago as a 5th/6th grade teacher and it was a joy to help these children understand math concepts. I absolutely love working with students of all ages and would love the chance to help you excel in your studies!
Hello there! My name is Joanne and I am a student at Stanford University School of Medicine. I recently graduated from MIT with a degree in Biology where I developed an interest for science and medicine. Having grown up with a
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