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Davis T.
5 Year Biology High School Teacher & Current Medical Student
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About Davis
I have been a public high school biology teacher for the last 5 years. In addition to teaching, I have also been a research assistant studying microRNAs and cancer genomics. I will soon be starting medical school this fall.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
2015-2018; 2019-2021: High School Science Teacher - Taught Biology, grades 9-12, in a public high school setting and advised curriculum sequencing and content instruction across Biology faculty. - Taught Senior Project (2019-2020), a course that helped students develop planning, writing, and oral presentation skills in a year-long project. Fall 2014: Teaching Associate - Taught Human Anatomy & Physiology, grades 10-12. Fall 2012: Peer Teacher - Assisted students in completing Introductory Cell Biology & Genetics lab modules and...
University of Virginia
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)
2021 - 2025
George Washington University
2018 - 2019
University of Virginia
Master's Degree
2010 - 2015
University of Virginia
Bachelor's Degree
2010 - 2015

Work Experience

Work Experience
Arlington Public Schools, Biology Teacher
2015 - 2021
• Biology Content Lead (2017-2021): Led, organized, and advised curriculum sequencing and content instruction with formative assessments following the multi-tier RTI approach across Biology faculty. • Science Fair Director (2019-2021): Organized the school-based science fair with 100+ projects.
Virginia Emergency Medicine Associates, Emergency Department Medical Scribe
2019 - 2020
• Assisted ED physicians with documentation of patient’s history of present illness, bedside physical exams, procedures, and ED course, including specialist consultations, ancillary test results, bedside re-evaluations, and patient disposition.
The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Graduate Research Assistant
2018 - 2019
•Characterized the function of miR-p14, a novel tumor-suppressor microRNA, in melanoma. •Lab techniques: RNA isolation, microRNA transfection, qRT-PCR, & gene target bioinformatics.

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