Chris was born and raised in New York City. He attended Regis High School on the Upper East Side and did his undergrad at Columbia University. There he majored in chemistry with a focus on organic chemistry and biochemistry. He also extensively studied biology and physics. He is now an MD Candidate at the The Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell.
While at Columbia Chris tutored chemistry. He was also the head of Columbia University EMS, Columbia’s 24/7 ambulance service, for two years where he spent extensive periods of time training and mentoring EMTs on topics ranging from pharmacology to anatomy. For his work Chris was honored as the 2016 EMT of the Year by the National Collegiate EMS Foundation. At Cambridge Coaching, Chris focuses on MCAT tutoring. He also enjoys working with students on the physical sciences (biology, chemistry, and physics) as well as helping students prepare for the SAT, SAT II, and AP exams.
In his free time Chris enjoys running, cooking, the occasional video game, and playing with ambulance sirens.