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Tutor profile: My Q.

My Q.
Gilman Scholar; Recent Graduate from the University of Texas at Austin with 2.5 years of teaching experience
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About My

About My
Hi, my name is My ("Me"). I enjoy tutoring because I get to share what I know and help others learn. During my free time, I like to play badminton with my friends, watch an episode of a good TV show, or practice my violin.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
In college, I served as a mentor for Virtual Cures, a group within the University of Texas at Austin Freshman Research Initiative program, for two years. During that time, I assisted new students in learning biochemistry laboratory techniques such as cloning and protein purification. During my final semester in college, I worked as a part-time tutor at a local center, teaching biology, chemistry, Algebra 1/2, Geometry, and SAT/ACT prep. Additionally, during junior and senior year of college, I volunteered as a 5th-grade math tutor for a...
University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor's Degree
2015 - 2019

Work Experience

Work Experience
Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Research Intern
2019 - 2019
During my time studying Chinese in Taiwan, I interned as an undergraduate researcher for Dr. Maan-Yuh Anya Lin, the head director of the Neuropharmacology lab at Taipei Veterans General Hospital. Using mice models, I investigated the properties of different drugs to reduce inflammatory and to improve recovery after strokes.
College Nannies and Tutors, Tutor
2019 - 2019
I tutored 1-1 primary and secondary students in a spectrum of subjects, ranging from 6th grade math to chemistry and SAT/ACT test prep.
Freshman Research Initiative, Undergraduate Mentor
2017 - 2018
I guided new students of FRI and the Accelerated Research Initiative (ARI) Programs through challenging lab exercises (e.g. protein expression/purification/characterization, enzyme kinetics). Furthermore, I mentored returning FRI and ARI students on their independent projects in identifying novel inhibitors for infectious diseases
Freshman Research Initiative, Undergraduate Researcher
2016 - 2018
I investigated the use of virtual screening to identify novel inhibitors against a protein that assists the pathogen of meningitis to evade the body's immune system. I have presented my project as a couple of conferences, including the 2017 National Conferences on Undergraduate Research.

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