After graduating from R-MC with a Physics major and a Math minor I have been teaching AP Calculus and Pre-Calculus at Benedictine High School in Richmond, VA. In addition, I was an assistant soccer coach for the VISSA champions, a Robotics mentor and a Key Club advisor. The experience has been an enriching one as I have learned how to motivate, influence and educate my students. Teaching is a challenging career that offers extreme personal satisfaction and a sense of accomplishment, and it has given me an invaluable perspective on how to approach different situations.
Starting in the fall of 2007 I will be attending graduate school at Virginia Tech University. I will be pursuing a doctorate degree in Biomedical Engineering. I am extremely excited to have been accepted into the program and to participate in investigation that has the potential to revolutionize medicine. I will be working with Dr. Rafael Davalos on Irreversible Electroporation, a new form of cancer therapy that is not as harmful as other treatments that use chemotherapeutic drugs.
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