I'm a faculty at Weill Cornell Medicine who loves teaching. While my research is in the field of biophysics, I have experience teaching math, statistics, chemistry, physics, biology, statistics, and programming to students ranging from middle school to graduate school. Since I was an undergraduate, I've loved one-on-one tutoring and helping students reach their "aha" moments. I can help you meet specific goals like preparing for exams or presentations, as well as more general goals like impr... [more]
My research involves a significant amount of pharmacology, as I study many drugs of abuse and therapeutics. During my PhD, I had a T32 training fellowship in Pharmacological Sciences through the National Institutes of Heath for a year before being awarded a more competitive F31 fellowship to study drugs of abuse through the National Institutes on Drug Abuse. I have taken courses on neuropharmacology and systems pharmacology, as well as many courses in biochemistry and biomedicinal chemistry.
I'm a scientist and faculty member at Weill Cornell Medicine, Cornell University's medical college. Much of my research includes analysis in R, including designing new tools and reproducible pipelines. I also teach R to graduate students in my courses Quantitative Understanding in Biology and Scientific Computing in Biomedicine.