I am currently an MD student at Brown University. I completed my undergraduate studies in Biology at Washington University in St. Louis. Before medical school, I completed a surgery research fellowship at Stanford University. After co-inventing and licensing an antibody for Alzheimer’s disease to a major pharmaceutical company, I developed an interest in medical device development and have started several companies with products in clinical trials. Long-term, I hope to be an academic orthopaedist.
I am passionate about mentorship and teaching. I love working with students to help them achieve their academic goals through thoughtful, strategic, and collaborative planning. With a particular interest in medical school admissions, I wrote a book on effective strategies and practical tips for success called “The Pre-Med Bible.”