I am a Biomedical Engineer (PhD 3.4/4.0 GPA) with significant experience in academic research setting. I have taught graduate students on topics related to Signals and systems, Signal processing and Programming in Matlab. I have to continuously use concepts in math and science specifically anatomy, physiology, neuroscience, statistics.. I enjoy teaching and particularly like to teach K-12 students as it is their formative year for basic concepts. Once the base of learning is strong then they can easily succeed in the future advanced academics.
I have taught privately to several students at middle school and high school level on topics of Math, Biology and Physics with successful improvements in their grades.
I have also taught Biomedical engineering undergraduates basic electrical concepts and conducted lectures to cover the theory necessary to conduct instrumentation lab exercises at Case Western Reserve University.
I have taught graduate level course in Signals and Systems and Fundamental Neuroscience for two semesters at University of Houston.
I have also conducted small...
Self-employed, Independent Consultant
2017 - Present
University of Houston, Research Assistant Professor
2016 - 2017
University of Houston, Research Associate
2010 - 2016