Erin is originally from Wisconsin, but has traveled all over the country for school and work. She received an undergraduate degree in French and Biology from Washington University in St Louis and then moved to New Hampshire where she completed a Masters of Public Health at Dartmouth. After graduate school she worked at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York for 2 years doing clinical research and then returned to graduate school to pursue a PhD. She is now a doctoral candidate in cancer epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, where her research focuses on fracture and cardiovascular disease risk among breast cancer survivors.
During her time as a doctoral candidate at Harvard, she received a certificate of distinction for teaching assistant work in epidemiology courses. In addition, she has privately mentored graduate students. Erin’s main areas of tutoring include test preparation (SAT, ACT, GRE), public health, mathematics, statistics, and biology. She is excited to help students better understand these areas and feel confident about their standardized test taking abilities.
When Erin isn’t working on her dissertation research, she loves to cook, bike, golf, and explore New England.