My name is Noreen; I am a current PhD student at Rutgers in science technology development. I aspire to help the medical community by developing innovative technological solutions to better aid physicians and patients. Before I started my masters, I had planned to attend medical school afterwards and become a didactic physician. I took my MCAT and applied to multiple medical schools, and I was granted acceptance to many prestige institutions. However, during the course of my masters in Public Health, I fell in love with science technology development and decided to obtain my PhD in the field.

During my education endeavors I have always tutored my peers and younger students. I have always loved to tutor because it not only helps other people, it allows me to sharpen my own understanding of many concepts and topics. Moreover, I aim to not only become one's tutor but also one's mentor. As a mentor I provide encouragement by sharing my own trials and tribulations in hope of instilling confidence in students to persevere. Furthermore, as a tutor I aim to provide my students with a strong foundation in math, sciences, and literature, subjects which I enjoy immensely. My goal is to help my students excel as they develop into young adults.


Education: Georgetown, Rutgers, ASU
Undergrad Major: Health Policy / Health Sciences B.S; Global Health / Pre-medicine B.A (Arizona State University)
Other Degrees/Minors: Masters in Public Health (Georgetown University), Pursuing PhD in Science Technology Development (Rutgers University)

High School:

Class Rank: 10%
Awards & Honors: National Honors Society, Dual Enrollment of college classes, Ace Certificate (Completion of 40 college credits in high school), Banner Good Samaritan Hospital Volunteer, Student Council Treasurer, Student representative for The School Board

Interests & Activities: Basketball team, Hospital Volunteering, Ronald Mcdonald House, Various Other Volunteering Opportunities
SAT Scores: 650 Math, 700 Critical Reading, 700 Writing


Other Awards: Senior Seminar in Global Health (Arizona State University Symposium for Research on Water Bottles' Detrimental Effect on Humans and Earth), Obama Scholar, Day of Dignity Award, Deans List (8/8 Semesters)
Other Interests & Activities: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (Maternal and Child Health Researcher), Medical Scribe, Research Assistant for Autism Study, Georgetown University Hospital (Project Investigator for Pediatric Transplantation), America Reads/America Counts Tutor/Mentor, Arizona State University Peer Advisor for The School of Human Nutrition and Health Innovation, Running, Hiking, Snowboarding, Horseback Riding, Study Abroad in Australia and Fiji

Location: Georgetown, Rutgers, ASU

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