Eric is currently a medical student at the Perelman School of Medicine. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Harvard in 2018 with a degree in chemical and physical biology and a secondary in statistics. During his time at Harvard, he was awarded the Thomas Temple Hoopes prize for best senior thesis, and was also inducted into Phi Beta Kappa as part of the Junior 24.
Eric loves teaching, and it was a big part of his undergraduate experience. He served as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard for Statistics 102: introduction to statistics for life sciences, where he taught sections, held office hours, and problem set and exam reviews. For his work in Statistics 102, he received the Bok center certificate for distinction, a university-wide teaching award. Since then, he’s remained actively involved in both teaching and tutoring -- at Cambridge Coaching, he enjoys tutoring the MCAT and SAT and academic subjects including statistics, biology, psychology, mathematics, and chemistry.
In his free time, Eric enjoys studying macroeconomics and keeping up with the markets, playing squash, attempting new instant-pot recipes, hiking in the Sandia foothills whenever he’s home in New Mexico, and of course, social distancing.