Drew has spent the majority of his life in the Boston area and yes, he has on occasion pahked his cah in Hahvahd Yahd. He studied Biochemistry at Middlebury College and graduated summa cum laude in 2015 with High Honors for his thesis in Neurobiology and with an award as the top Biology student in the class. Eyeing medical school (but not quite sure), he decided to spend a year as an AmeriCorps fellow teaching mathematics to middle school students in Jamaica Plain, MA. He then matriculated into the MD program at Boston University School of Medicine on a Dean’s scholarship; he graduated in 2020 as co-valedictorian and a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha honors society. He is now a second year Internal Medicine resident Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School with plans to specialize into Gastroenterology.
Drew has tutored a wide variety of students and subjects in his career. In college, he served as a TA for several introductory and senior-level Biology courses. During his year with AmeriCorps, he was responsible for designing and implementing mathematics curricula for 6th-8th graders, with a special focus on students that required personalized lesson plans to succeed. In medical school, he held school-sponsored tutoring sessions focused on pathophysiology tested both on class exams and USMLE boards. Now, as a resident, he tutors Harvard Medical School students on subject matter within Internal Medicine; he also serves as a career coach for success on the wards and for residency applications. Drew’s particular strengths include biology, medical school content, USMLE exams, pre-medical school advising, medical school success and residency application strategy.
When he’s not in the hospital, Drew enjoys playing soccer in several amateur leagues in Boston. He lives with his partner and Goldendoodle Fergie (who will most definitely say hi via Zoom!) in Boston, Massachusetts.