- USMLE Step1 Tutoring
- B.S. – Cornell University, 2015
- M.D. Candidate – Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, 2020
Jeanie Gribben graduated as a Merrill Presidential Scholar from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science with High Distinction in Human Development and a minor in Nutrition and Health. She is currently a third-year medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. During medical school, she has been involved in research in surgical outcomes and physician burnout and compassion fatigue. Jeanie has spent time volunteering at her school’s student-run free clinic and in science enrichment for middle school students. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, dancing, and eating great food.
Jeanie has worked as a teaching assistant in Anatomy & Physiology at the undergraduate and medical school levels and has tutored in advanced biology, English, mathematics, and SAT/ACT preparation. She is passionate about teaching and enjoys working with students to develop dynamic and individualized strategies for success.
Jeanie has several years of tutoring experience and scored >95thpercentile on the USMLE Step 1.
meet more of the team
- Dr. Ho was an admissions committee member at University of California, DavisDr. Rao served as a member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine admission committee.Dr. Jordan served on the admissions committee at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of MedicineDr. Frazier was a member of the UCLA School of Medicine Admissions CommitteeDr. Hajighasemi is the founder of DocOssareh, YouTubes premier premed channel. He served on the admissions committee at UC Irvine School of Medicine.Dr. Simon Bababeygy served on Stanford's Admissions Committee for 4 yearsDr. Flick was a four year member of the admissions committee at UC Irvine School of Medicine and is a Flight Surgeon for the Army.Dr. Baltz is a dermatologist and was intricatley involved in admissions at University of North Dakota School of MedicineDr. Chiu served on the Stanford University School of Medicine Admissions CommitteeDr. Sarkar was part of the admissions committee at Columbia University and an interviewer at NJMS