I approach teaching in a systematic way that addresses kinesthetic, visual, and auditory learners so you can have multiple ways to absorb the information and apply it accurately yourself. I was blessed with amazing teachers that got me to Simplify, Connect, And Reconnect (SCAR) so that it would be a permanent learning tool for my future studies. And now I use this tool for my teachings as well.
I am a biophysicist/mathematician/self-defense instructor/wrestling coach/oldest son of 10 children. I have a wide breadth of experience with children of all ages not just in academia, but in athletics and general coaching as well. My strongest assets are in trigonometry, geometry, and general problem solving, especially those involving biological systems.
A 24hr notice of cancellation is required. Sending any notes the student has taken thus far in the class 24hrs before will allow me to review any material quickly for the best lesson possible.
To seek challenging assignment and responsibility, with an opportunity for growth and career
advancement as successful achievements. To secure a job that utilizes my abilities within
biological physics, related lab work, and my energetic personality, as well as leadership.
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
BSc in Biological Physics, Graduated August 2019 (Convocation October 11th, 2019)
Tahoma High School, Covington, Washington, USA
2014 Graduate with Distinguished Honors (Top 8% of graduating class with a 3.86GPA in AP
PHYS 130: Physics For Life Sciences Lab
Managed the operation of machinery for experiments in optics, electricity, mechanics, and
CHEM 121: General Chem/Lab I
Planned and prepared experiments such as dilutions and titrations following established
procedures by Simon Fraser University General Laboratory Safety Standards.
CHEM 281: Organic Chemistry I
Planned and prepared experiments with organic compounds and be able to draw, understand
and manipulate their chemical composition with basic principles in organic chemistry reactions.
PHYS 231: Physics Laboratory III
Gathered data using modern techniques in experimental physics including computer-aided
data acquisition, electronics, control theory, and statistical data analysis such as through the
IGOR software and MATLAB
PHYS 332W: Advanced Physics Laboratory I
Investigate biophysical forces using techniques such as interference, optical trapping, and
spectroscopy. Operating and troubleshooting experimental equipment and seeking direction
from the appropriate authorities in the event of certain issues. Modeling experimental results,
data analysis, and effective written communication for the presentation of experimental results.
Chemical Biology Lab Research Assistant for Course Development
Project Manager: Dr. Nabyl Merbouh, Phone: (concealed information), Email: (concealed information)
May 2019 – August 2019
Duties: Design, create, and innovate experimental procedures for drug design on the inhibition
of an Alzheimer associated enzyme, GBA2. Primary focuses were on high throughput screening
and original research in which molecules were rated and selected based on their drug-like
capabilities in accordance to Lipinsky’s rules. Utilized databases and computer programs such
as ChemDraw, SciFinder, DataWarrior, Reaxys, and Sci-hub. Provide written feedback on course
pros and cons.
Modern Warrior Academy of Self-Defense Ground and Grappling Instructor
Owner: Sasha Tadayoni, (concealed information)
Duties: Self-Defense/Combat Sport Marketing/Promotion. Create 14-Week Course Outlines,
including written and practical exams. Assessment and analysis of student grappling techniques.
Manager: Steve Verozinis, Phone: (concealed information)
June 2016 – August 2016
Duties: Confiscated hundreds of varieties of fake entry wristbands with high attention to detail.
Facilitated the proper confiscation and disposal of illegal substances. Effective verbal
communication with patrons and workers during regular patrol work at events and concerts.
SFU Spring and Summer Camps Instructor
Manager: Jason Stockley, Phone: (concealed information)
June 2015 – September 2016
Specific Camps: Wrestling (Head Technician), Mini University, Clan Sports, Computer Camp
Duties: Organized and planned activities for kids while collaborating with other camp instructors
to adapt to new situations when presented with any conflicts. Building meaningful relationships
with children and parents by creating a positive learning environment.
Arena Sports Maintenance Crew Member, Issaquah, Seattle, and Redmond Washington
Manager: Joe Coffman, Phone: (concealed information)
May 1st – August 21st 2015
Duties: Recognized, reported, and documented malfunctions in gym equipment. Fix/clean gym
equipment, install light fixtures, check pH of pool, and operate heavy cleaning machinery.
Experience and Awards_____________________________________________________________________
- Research Assistant in Forde Labs as an AFM Collagen Imaging Technician (September 2018 –
- General Lab Safety Certified
- Member of the Biophysical Society of Canada
- NCCP Certified Sports Coach (wrestling specific)
- NCAA Division II Super Region 3 Wrestler of the Week November 16th-22nd 2015
- University Varsity Wrestler for Simon Fraser University with over 130 wins (2014 – 2018)
- 3 Time Washington State Placer in High School Collegiate Wrestling (4th, 3rd, and 2nd place)
- 3 time Freestyle and Greco-Roman wrestling State Champion
- Fluent in Spanish
He is very friendly, adaptable, and very knowledgable. He has helped me get two passing grades in quantitative university level courses so far, through alternative teaching methods to solidify the knowledge provided by the professors. He hand creates his own lesson plans to go over, as well as referencing lesson plans from the prof. He is passionate in his lessons, and connects the materials to things that helped him personally understand it- making the delivery of the material organic and easy to understand. He is a wonderful tutor and I would and have recommended him to many people!
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