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Tutor profile: Daniela B.

Daniela B.
Johns Hopkins University Molecular Biology Graduate


About Daniela

About Daniela
I am graduating in May 2021 from Johns Hopkins University. My main interests include biology and chemistry,.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
Capital Educators SAT math tutor High School Mentor for Johns Hopkins Centro Sol
Johns Hopkins University
Molecular and Cell Biology
Bachelor's Degree
2017 - 2021

Work Experience

Work Experience
Johns Hopkins Pediatrics-Centro Sol, Clinical Research Assistant
2021 - Present
Su corazon su vida is a clinical study on the effect of nutrition and lifestyle education on outcomes for Latinx patients with cardiovascular disease. I assist with weekly nutrition and lifestyle education sessions, interpret data from participant interviews and track/analyze vitals, weight, and blood analysis. The study is done in Spanish and I transcribe interviews to be translated into English. Communivax is a study to collect information about how the Latinx community can be better informed about COVID-19 and access to vaccination. I...
Johns Hopkins-Centro Sol, High School student academic mentor
2020 - Present
Student Mentor for first generation Latinx high school student Participate in one-on-one weekly meetings to discuss academic goals and develop a plan to take the SAT, attend college visits, write a college personal statement, and develop a meaningful connection beyond academic support.
Johns Hopkins Pre-Professional Advising Office, Johns Hopkins Pre-Health Mentor
2019 - Present
Meet over zoom with younger Hopkins students on the pre-med track every month to discuss academics, how to find research, shadowing, and volunteering opportunities. Help them truly find their happiness at Hopkins while pursuing the goal of becoming a physician while prioritizing one’s own physical and mental well-being.
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Obesity and Metabolism Center, Biophysics Research Assistant
2019 - Present
Molecular Mechanisms of CaMKII Oxidation PCR mutagenesis was done on mouse derived CaMKII plasmid to replace two oxidizable methionine residues to mimic oxidation. A CaMKII spectrophotometric enzymatic activity assay was designed to compare the activity of ox-mimic CaMKII to wild type CaMKII. HCN4 Temperature-Sensitivity and Cardiac Pathogenicity Candidates responsible for the temperature sensitivity of hyperpolarization-activated Cyclic Nucleotide-gated channel 4 (HCN4) were identified via in-silico modeling. Clones for each of the five...
Capital Educators, SAT Math Tutor
2018 - 2019
Independently taught two SAT math lessons every week lasting two hours each to a group of 15 students. During this 8-week course all students improved by at least 100 points in their SAT math section.
John Hopkins School of Medicine Asthma and Allergy Center PI: Jeremy Walston, M.D., Clinical Research Assistant
2017 - 2019
Performed physical exams to assess strength, balance, memory, and in-depth questionnaires to gather data about medical history, demographics, and determine frailty status.


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