Born and raised in New Jersey, Audrey fell in love with psychology in high school. She went on to graduate with distinction in psychology with a concentration in neuroscience from Yale. Audrey is the recipient of numerous Yale honors, including the Silliman E. Sherwood Fellowship, Robert C. Bates Fellowship, Yale College Freshman Summer Research Fellowship, as well as the John Thouron Prize, which allowed her to study at the University of Cambridge. Eager to study mental health from various angles, from mental health policy to neuropsychiatric research, Audrey is currently a research fellow at the National Institutes of Health and applying to MD/PhD programs to continue her studies.
Audrey tutors in a wide range of subjects including physics, biology, psychology, and test preparation (SAT and MCAT) and enjoys helping students to develop effective study habits. She also has experience supporting students’ applications to college and graduate school. Audrey loves mentoring and being a cheerleader for her students.
In her spare time, you might find Audrey jamming with friends, singing in a choir, or traveling.