Tutor profile: Rabia A.
Biomedical Engineering Masters Student
I earned my B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M University and have decided to continue my education as a Masters student. In the Fall of 2022 I will be pursuing a PhD in the same field. I love writing and helping others with essays and due to my background I enjoy chemistry and math! I have experience mentoring students from middle school all the way up to college seniors.
I worked for 3 years mentoring and teaching underprivileged children in Bryan, Tx during my time as an undergrad. This experience helped me develop the mindset I needed to understand where learning obstacles lie for each student and how to uniquely overcome challenges.
University of Houston
2021 - 2022
Texas A&M University
2017 - 2021
Rice University, Research Assistant
2021 - Present
Observing and assisting Ph.D. candidates Amanda Nash and Samira Aghlara-Fotovat in researching the immune response to cancer therapies in the intraperitoneal space.
Society for Biomaterials, College Volunteer for Middle School Outreach Program
2018 - 2021
Provide 6th - 8th grade students with resources to interest and motivate them to pursue careers in STEM related fields.
Texas A&M University - Biomedical Engineering Department, Research Assistant
2018 - 2020
Investigated the use of “Self-Fitting” PCL-DA/PLA Semi-IPN Shape Memory Polymers (SMP) Scaffolds for Craniomaxillofacial (CMF) Bone Defect Regeneration. Gained experienced with various laboratory equipment, lab safety, statistical data analysis, writing processes, and collaborative research. Completed my undergraduate thesis and presented at multiple conferences.
Texas A&M University - Department of Residence Life, Resident Assistant
2018 - 2020
Engineering Honors Residence Hall, Mosher Hall. I built a welcoming community for first-year Engineering Honors students residing on campus and provided resources to help them exceed academically, socially, and emotionally as well as integrate into the A&M community.
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