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Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Master's)
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid- Ph. D- (Enrolled)
I have always been fascinated by science and math. By the age of 6 I joined a science club in Buenos Aires and when I was 16 become a member of the local astronomy association. I went to Israel to obtain my BA in math and physics followed by my masters in Biophysics that I did at Madrid. I am currently a Research Fellow in Brigham and Women's Hospital and a Ph.D. candidate in biophysics.
I enjoyed travelling and knowing about other countries. During my time in Madrid I participated in funding and running Cyclicka, a nonprofit project, where I taught people to build, fix, and use old computers helping students to discover and improve new and existing abilities. My scientific and culturally diverse backgrounds enables me to teach science and math at any level while ensuring a deep understand of the concepts that we will cover. For Latin and Israeli students I offer the option for tutoring in your native language.
In my free time I enjoy biking, running, occasional scuba diving and I am also a senior Judo practitioner.
I have always been fascinated by science and math. By the age of 6 I joined a science club in Buenos Aires and when I was 16 become a member of the local astronomy association.
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