Tutor profile: Olivia H.
Medical Student at Baylor College of Medicine
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I graduated from Caltech with a BS in Biology. During undergrad, I worked as a TA for multiple biology course, performed research, and spent my summers at Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies as a Residential Counselor.
I served as the Teaching Assistant for Biochemistry of Gene Expression during Winter 2018 and for Cell Biology during Spring 2016 and Spring 2017; as part of this position, I held weekly office hours and gave recitation lectures. During my summers, I worked as a Residential Counselor for Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies Summer Institutes, which involved a TA component. Over my two years with SPCS, I worked with an introductory biology course, and introductory psychology course, and an advanced chemistry lab.
Baylor College of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)
2019 - 2023
University College London, University of London
2018 - 2019
California Institute of Technology
2014 - 2018
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies, Head and Residential Counselor
2017 - 2018
During Summer 2017, I worked as a Residential Counselor for Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies (SPCS) Summer Institutes Sessions 1 and 2, which involved teaching the daily afternoon session for Topics in Psychology, leading activities such as karate, and helping the participants when problems (medical or behavioral) arose. I also worked as a Residential Counselor for SPCS Online High School Summer Program, serving as the TA for Advanced Chemistry Lab. During Summer 2018, I returned to SPCS to work as a Head Counselor with the course...
Caltech Division of Biology and Bioengineering, Teaching Assistant
2016 - 2018
In the spring terms of 2016 and of 2017, I was a teaching assistant for Bi 009 (Cell Biology), an introductory biology course. Being a TA involved generating problem sets, questions for the midterm and final exams, and presentations for recitation sections. I also held weekly office hours to answer questions and help students on that week’s problem set. During the winter term of 2018, I was the Head TA for Bi/Ch 111 (Biochemistry of Gene Expression), which is an advanced elective in biochemistry. In addition to the roles of a TA, I was in...
Caltech Admissions Office, Admissions Ambassador
2015 - 2018
Beginning in the spring of 2015, I have been an Ambassador for Caltech’s Undergraduate Admissions Office; aside from campus tours to potential applicants and their parents, I participate in information sessions to provide a student perspective, write cards to congratulate accepted high school students, and answer questions regarding the pre-med experience at Caltech. For the past two years, I have also served as a representative on the Upperclass Admissions Committee, which discusses students applying from other institutions to enroll in...
Adolphs Lab, Caltech, Research Assistant
2015 - 2017
My research project with mentor Damian Stanley (a former postdoc in the Adolphs Lab and currently an assistant professor at Adelphi University) looked at the role implicit race bias plays when individuals are learning about others, using economic decision making games and evaluative priming tasks. As part of this, I designed and programmed the experimental tasks as well as the code for data analysis using jsPsych and MATLAB. During the summer of 2016, I completed a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, which is 10 weeks of paid research,
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