Daniel is currently a medical student at NYU School of Medicine, but is originally from the quaint and scenic town of Guilford, Connecticut, where he developed his love for hiking and the outdoors. Prior to medical school, Daniel attended Brandeis University, where he earned his BS in Biochemistry and Biology, wrote op-eds for his school newspaper, received Phi Beta Kappa as a junior in college, and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a GPA of 3.97. Over the summers he researched axon regeneration, became a certified EMT, and volunteered in America’s first hospice.
In college, Daniel worked as a university tutor for chemistry and biochemistry as well as a teaching assistant for Introductory Biology, Physiology, and Biostatistics. At Cambridge Coaching, Daniel specializes in MCAT and SAT preparations as he understands that on standardized tests, testing skills and strategies are equally as important as the content covered. Daniel also helps medical school applications through the admissions process. In addition, he tutors students of all ages in their math and science courses.
During his free time Daniel enjoys reading, writing, and watching Netflix. He is currently the president of the interventional radiology club and is working on clinical research.