Behram graduated from Cornell University in May 2020 with a B.A. in Biology (concentration in Genetics, Genomics, and Development) and Anthropology. During college, he was a teaching assistant in the Genetics Department, taught nutrition at Auburn Correctional Facility, and spend a winter volunteering as an English and Spanish teacher in Morocco. He also served as a resident advisor for three years, and has extensive peer mentorship experience. Having recently graduated, Behram will spend this upcoming year conducting research and applying to medical schools. He is always excited to apply his skills as a teacher and peer mentor toward helping students achieve their MCAT goals.
Undergraduate: Cornell University
MCAT Total: 520 (98%)
Behram loves science history. One of the side projects he has planned for his gap year is to set up a science history YouTube Channel, and begin a series on the history of genetic analyzes.
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