The mentors that guided me through my undergraduate and graduate education have been instrumental in helping me develop and independent intellectual perspective.
Providing excellent and individualized mentoring to students with diverse goals is one of my core aims as an academic educator.
As a graduate student and post-doctoral fellow, my primary mentoring role has been working with undergraduates in the laboratory.
Mentees both past and present have taught me a lot about how challenging it can be to fulfill the expectations of a mentor you have for yourself. I owe many thanks to these fantastic mentees for being patient, hard-working, and fun.
Where are they now?
2015-2016 – DVM candidate, Royal Veterinary College
2015-2016 – Assistant Study Director, Crown Bioscience, Inc.
2016-2018 – DVM candidate, Colorado State University
2016-2019 – Cell Culture Specialist/Research Associate, BlackThorn Therapeutics
2017-2019 – MD student, Peking Union Medical College
2017-2019 – PhD student, Yale University
2018-2019 – PhD student, Univ. of California Davis
2018-2019 – Undergraduate @ UC Berkeley ('21)