Hello! My name is Orion, and I recently graduated pre-med from Harvard University. Although I have a strong interest in science with a degree in Integrative Biology, I also love the arts including theater and music. In college, you could find me working on problem sets in the morning and singing my heart out in rehearsal at night. These days, you can find me studying for the MCAT, editing case reports for a neurology publication, and harmonizing around the house with my friends. I hope to practice medicine someday, perhaps in Emergency Medicine (where I have worked as a medical scribe in the past) or Neurology, but also hope to maintain a strong connection to academia and creativity through research and writing. My favorite part of tutoring is getting to know how my students’ brains work and helping them discover the tools and techniques that will help things click. The subjects I tutor include test prep (ACT), Writing (especially College Essay), Biology, Chemistry, Neuroscience, Anatomy, and Psychology. I look forward to meeting you!
Education: Harvard University
Undergrad Major: A. B. Integrative Biology
Other Degrees/Minors: Mind, Brain, and Behavior
Awards & Honors: National Hispanic Merit Scholar, International Honor Thespian, Scholastic Writing Gold Key, Performing Arts Award, Letters of Recognition awarded for work in AP Statistics, History of the Universe, Senior Humanities, and English IV
Interests & Activities: Theater (Director, State Thespian Officer, Thespian Troupe 740 Board Member, lead role in several musicals and plays), Acapella (Alto 1), All-State Choir (Alto 1), Roots Music Club (lead singer, guitarist), Executive Committee (a community service board)
AP Exams: 4 AP US History, 4 AP World History
Other Awards: English Honors for Integrative Biology major, Honor Cord for dedication to campus life at Cabot House, Publications in Stroke and Neurological Sciences, first-author and abstract presenter at the 2019 International Stroke Conference.
Other Interests & Activities: At Harvard, I was primarily involved in the Radcliffe Choral Society (Alto 1, Executive Committee Member), Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club (acted in several shows), TEATRO! (president for 1 term), and Queer Cabot (LGBTQ+ student organization). Now, I work as a Starbucks Barista and Freelance-Editor for the publication Practical Neurology while I study for the MCAT. I also plan to continue attending Philosophy of Science club discussion meetings at Harvard and participate in a Biomechanics of Movement dance class.