memphis Memphis, TN (2023)


In the statistical genetics research group at Wake Forest School of Medicine, we often take notes and make tutorials related to our research to help ourselves and others learn new things. Here are some examples of notes and tutorials I have made for various math, statistics, and genetics topics:



Mathematical Biology (G), Intro to Modern Mathematical Epidemiology (G), Boundary Value Problems (U), Differential Equations II (U), Numerical Linear Algebra (U), Complex Calculus (U), Theory of Probability (U), Discrete Mathematics (U)


Applied Bayesian Statistics (G), Bayesian Analysis (G), Generalized Linear Models (G), Linear Models (G), Intro to Statistical Learning (G), Multivariate Statistics (G), Probability (G), Stochastic Processes and Applications (G), Statistical Inference (G), Advanced Statistical Inference (G)

*G=Graduate Level Course; U=Upper Division Undergraduate Course


Wake Forest University, Graduate Teaching Assistant
  • Worked alongside the same professor grading and leading study sessions for his Calculus II sections in Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Fall 2021, and Spring 2022, and for his Calculus III section during Summer I 2022 (~50 students a semester)
  • Worked as a grader and lead study sessions for Intro Statistics and Calculus III in Summer I and Summer II Sessions in 2021 (~30 students across the summer)
  • Gained experience explaining mathematical material to ~15 students through regular one-on-one tutoring sessions for Calculus I, II, and III and Intro Statistics
  • Helped lead the early-stage planning and implementation of math teaching assistance program at Reynolds High School to prepare local math class without a permanent teacher for their statewide end-of-course exam (from April 2022 – June 2022)
University of Alabama, Undergraduate Math Tutor
  • Taught topics to students and helped students work through in-class problem sets alongside instructors, GTAs, and other undergraduate tutors in several computer-assisted classrooms for introductory-level algebra, precalculus algebra, precalculus, and business calculus (classes ranging from ~40-250 students)
  • Proctored online tests and final exams for computer-assisted and traditional mathematics courses in online testing center (up to ~400 students per exam window)
  • Tutored in open study sessions for Precalculus, Calculus I, II, III, and Differential Equations I courses alongside instructors, GTAs, and other undergraduate tutors
  • Employee of the Month (April 2019)