Connor is a Ph.D. student at Princeton University where he studies molecular biology. Prior, he graduated with honors from Williams College where he double-majored in biology and psychology and concentrated in neuroscience. Connor has conducted a variety of research at numerous institutions, including Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Yale Medical School, Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Princeton University, and Williams College.
He is primarily interested in cancer, neuroscience, stem cells, and development through the perspectives of biological, biochemical, bioinformatics, and biological engineering concepts and techniques. Working on many biomedical projects, Connor is passionate about the application of science to medicine and teaches the MCAT through this broad lens. He enjoys utilizing his scientific experience to provide numerous examples and visuals of key scientific concepts. He also enjoys creating malleable and personalized study plans that fit each student’s needs, experience, and interests.
Connor has ample teaching experience both on the one-on-one tutoring level and the classroom teaching level. In college, he was a teaching assistant for four semesters teaching classes in statistics, biology, and physics. He has spent time as a private SAT and AP tutor. He has taught mathematics at Mathnasium, a math learning franchise. He has volunteered at X-Cel Education where he taught literacy and mathematics in preparation for the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET). He has been tutoring the MCAT at MedSchoolCoach for three years and looks forward to meeting new students, and importantly, learning from each of them!
Undergraduate: B.A. Williams College
PhD: Princeton University
MCAT: Chemistry and Physics; Biology and Biochemistry; Psychology and Sociology
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