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Chelsea M.
I am a Master's candidate in Health Disparities and other Neurological Disorders at Wake Forest University. I have tutoring experience.
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About Chelsea
I am a current graduate student at WFU. I plan to pursue my Ph.D. after completing my master's. I am passionate about helping others and hope to have a role in academia in the future.
Teaching Experience
In high school, I tutored a boy from my community in algebra for around six months. I have helped my friends in various subjects, just not in an official tutoring role.
Education
Wake Forest University
Neuroscience
Master's Degree
2016 - 2018
Tennessee State University
Psychology
Bachelor's Degree
2012 - 2015
Work Experience
ARIC study, Certified Pulse Wave Velocity Intern
2017 - Present
I am doing my thesis on arterial stiffness so I am interning through the ARIC study so that I can have actual experience with the arterial stiffness measure that I am using in my thesis.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute- Janelia Campus, Research Intern
2015 - 2015
I was an Aspiring Summer Scientist recipient and had the opportunity to go to Virginia and be a research intern at HHMI. This summer program was through George Mason University.
DSW, Retail Associate/Customer Service
2015 - 2015
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