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Rider University (Behavioral Neuroscie)
Philadelphia University (Master's)
I've been a lifelong science lover. From a very young age I loved studying the way the stars, the earth, our own bodies and cells work and, sometimes, don't. As an adult, I have continued my passion of learning. I view each problem as an opportunity to learn and have expanded even further into the application of knowledge. In my downtime, I continue to read about American and European histories.
I studied hard and took the AP tests in Physics, Biology, and European History. I have taken calculus, organic chemistry as well as anatomy and physiology. These last subjects have led me into my current career in biomedical remediation at the American Red Cross.
Mathematics are the building block of the universe. By linking it to more concrete ideas that are familiar to everyone, I can make math more accessible.
In college, I pursued my degree in Behavioral Neuroscience with the intent of going to medical school. While this didn't happen, I still have studied many of those subjects necessary for a degree in the medical profession. I also worked for several years as an EMT, learning a lot about applied physiology from doctors and other experienced medical practitioners.
This profile contains just some of my interests and knowledge. I will be updating this profile frequently, so please check back again! I've been a lifelong science lover. From a very young age I loved studying the way the stars, the earth, our own bodies and cells work and, sometimes, don't. As an adult, I have continued my passion of learning. I view each problem as an opportunity to learn and have expanded even further
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