When I teach academically I first ask the student what they are learning so I can read about it before the tutoring session begins. If it is a concept they are struggling with I try to explain the concept to them simply first and then if there are problems they are struggling with, I will try to solve it first before the session so I can see how they reason through it and if they logic is following the professor's logic. In terms of personal life coaching, I like to first just listen to the person's problems and only interject if I feel there is something of value that they can relate to. After a couple of sessions have gone by and they feel comfortable with me, then I start to maybe give them more advice that I know can apply to them, since I feel like at that point I know them better and can give them advice that will be practical for them.
I have been tutoring academically since high school and I have recently started to pursue personal life coaching for others. My students have gone on to get improved grades and people who have watched my YouYube channel about philosophy and life have gone on to be inspired and create the life of their dreams.
I typically charge $25/hr for a webcam lesson, however if I need to travel then I will charge $30/hr, thanks.
A college graduate with experience conducting biological and clinical research, as well as experience with patient care in a healthcare and non-healthcare setting.
Bachelor’s Degree (with Honors) in Biological Sciences, Wayne State University, Michigan, Class of 2018, GPA: 3.89
Research Assistant, One Ford Place/Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI
Hypertension Department, January 2016-May 2018
• Planned and conducted Western blots, electrocardiograms, and blood pressure reading of research models.
• Analyzed and researched papers to provide the framework for review article about the prevalence of diabetes in South Asians.
• Published research work as one of the primary authors about the gene ALDH2 and its positive effects on the diabetic heart.
• Poster presentation of research outcomes in hospital conferences/symposiums.
• Primary data compiler for various projects conducted by investigators.
Image Analysis Department, June 2014-June 2015
• Published manuals about converting brain scans/images to different formats/modalities to guide incoming volunteers and employees.
• Analyzed the different images and processed them efficiently for further image processing steps.
• Model selection with pre and post contrast look-locker sequences, producing patlak maps used as a measure of vascular permeability in both 9L and U-251 brain tumors.
• Organized and conducted dynamic contrast enhanced studies with dual gradient echo planar brain imaging for stroke and tumor patients.
• MRI analysis of suture and embolic stroke models in a rat brain with comparison to human data.
Research Assistant, Wayne State University History Department, Detroit, MI, 2015-2017
• During the spring/summer semesters, I helped in the publication of an online reference novel about female scientists from the 18th and 19th centuries.
o This project was not completed when I graduated and is currently being undertaken by undergraduate students.
Volunteer, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI
Dietary Department, September 2015-December 2015
• Clinical Subject Coordinator: Interviewed patients to collect data about their eating habits and educated them about lifestyle changes they could make to balance their diets in a sustainable fashion.
Internal Medicine Unit, January 2016-May 2018
• Communicated between patients and their nurses and doctors, assisting the patients as needed.
Volunteer, Waltonwood Senior Home, Canton, MI
June 2016-December 2017
• Assisted the seniors with ambulatory needs, as well as socializing with them and engaging them in different activities hosted by the senior home.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat, and Google Drive
• Proficiency in Excel, especially related to processing and statistically analyzing patient data
• Experience with SPSS
• Public speaking and poster presentation
• Abstract and scientific research writing
• Clinical subject handling
• ICH GCP certification
Pan, G., Munukutla, S., Kar, A., Gardinier, J., Thandavarayan, R. A., & Palaniyandi, S. S. (2018). Type-2 diabetic aldehyde dehydrogenase 2 mutant mice (ALDH 2*2) exhibiting heart failure with preserved ejection fraction phenotype can be determined by exercise stress echocardiography. Plos One, 13(4). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0195796
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