Dartmouth College (Biology)
Tufts University: Friedman School of Nutrition (Master's)
Tufts University: Friedman School of Nutrition (PhD)
I am a 5th year doctoral candidate at the Friedman School of Nutrition at Tufts University. The focus of my research is on the effects of excess folic acid supplementation on the immune system. My background is in biochemistry, immunology, and nutrition.
I have served as a tutor for other graduate students in my program and my past students go on to do very well in their classes. I also served as the Graduate Teacher's Assistant for numerous courses and programs including Biostatistics, Nutrition Through the Life Cycle, Pathway to PhD Program (basic laboratory research TA), and Biochemistry. I have experience programming in SAS for those taking Biostatistics.
My style of tutoring is to determine how much depth the student understands the topic and adapting to their level to help them. I have experience working with a wide range of students, from those with little biology or chemistry background to those fluent in biochemistry yet have problems completely understanding the material. I have a flexible schedule, and am willing to tutor in the downtown area, or near Davis Square/Cambridge. I am a 5th year doctoral candidate at the Friedman School of Nutrition at Tufts University. The focus of my research is on the effects of excess folic acid supplementation on the immune system. My background is in … Read more
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