Sarah Q.

Education: BA in Neuroscience and Behavior, Columbia University; MD Candidate, Harvard Medical School

Lives in Dallas, TX, United States

Sarah is a 4th year medical student at Harvard Medical School. She was intrigued initially by the psychology of human actions and wanted to learn more about the brain. She majored in Neuroscience and Behavior at Columbia University, where she conducted research on Parkinson’s disease. While in medical school, she became interested in the psychology of patients with skin diseases, and she is now pursuing a career in dermatology.

Sarah has an extensive teaching background. While at Columbia, she created a public health curriculum for high school students. She also taught reading comprehension and writing as a GED instructor. She is now working as a consultant for Harvard Medical School, and engages with faculty in developing class materials.

Sarah has a passion for teaching and believes in bringing creativity and innovation to lesson plans. She remembers feeling overwhelmed by standardized testing and wants to help other students create a feasible, disciplined, and comprehensive schedule while also tackling challenging concepts. She aspires to serve as a mentor and coach for students of all ages throughout her career.

In her free time, Sarah enjoys strength training exercises, cooking, creative writing, and playing board games with family and friends. She wants to help you reach your full potential and can be a resource at each step of the way!


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