Connie is a medical student at Harvard Medical School, graduating in 2017. Originally from Michigan, she graduated with highest distinction from the University of Michigan (GPA: 4.0). Her teaching experience includes leading study groups for undergraduate Organic Chemistry, and serving as a teaching assistant for an interdisciplinary biology and physics seminar at the University of Michigan. She has also assisted with recruitment activities for Harvard Medical School applicants.
Connie’s academic accomplishments include receiving the Harvard Medical School Agents of Change grant as well as awards from the American Association for Cancer Research for cancer biology work conducted as an undergraduate.
Connie is excited to work with pre-med students preparing for the MCAT and the medical school application process, as well as tutoring biology courses and SAT/ACT preparation.
Connie enjoys music, travel, cooking and writing in her free time. Her writing has been featured in various medical journals and blogs. She also enjoys trivia and appeared on the Jeopardy! College Championship in 2012.