I recently graduated from UCLA with a degree in Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics and a minor in Political Science. I loved learning about genetics and various different diseases as well as my political science courses that taught me how the world is a lot more complicated than I initially believed, and I was also able to take advantage of my love of filmmaking by working as a video journalist for the Daily Bruin (UCLA's student newspaper). I enjoy traveling, food (eating not cooking), movies, and video games. I have a huge (yet completely reasonable) fear of heights and spiders. I am working towards getting into medical school, so that I can learn how to treat cancer!
What is your teaching style?
I teach by relying on examples. I believe concepts make more sense when coupled with a easy to understand example that applies that concept. I also like asking the person I am teaching to try to work their way through a question out loud so I can understand what they are thinking and where they are encountering problems.