Hey! I am currently a research assistant at Princeton Neuroscience Institute. I graduated from University of Chicago with a BS in Computational Applied Math and honors in Neuroscience.

I’ve acquired strong learning habits and the ability to think abstractly through my studies and training. I would like to not only teach my students what I’ve learned, but also to give them the ability to learn new concepts for themselves. I hope to inspire in others a sense of curiosity and love for the unknown.

I’ve been a standardized test teaching assistant and also consistently been a teaching assistant in college for biology and math courses. Through these teaching experiences, I’ve learned how to create a safe space for students to grow. If you’re interested in working with me, I’d be delighted and thrilled to support you and grow together!


Education: University of Chicago
Undergrad Major: B.S. in Computational Applied Math, Neuroscience

High School:

Class Rank: 7
Awards & Honors: Harvard China Thinks Big Finalist
Interests & Activities: Science student organization, student body, badminton
ACT Scores: 35 Composite: English 34; Reading 32; Science 36; Math 36
AP Exams: 5 Chemistry, 5 Computer Science, 5 Biology, 5 Physics C (both mechanics and electricity & magnetism), 5 microeconomics, 5 statistics, 5 calculus
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 800 Chemistry


Other Awards: Phi Beta Kappa member
Other Interests & Activities: At University of Chicago, I was in groove theory, a street dance student organization.
Location: Princeton, NJ

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