Born in California, Stacie spent most of her childhood in Taiwan before moving to New Hampshire. Graduating from high school one year early, Stacie attended MIT, where she majored in biology, with minors in music and the brain and cognitive sciences. During her college years, Stacie was an undergraduate researcher in the lab of Eric Lander, Director of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Despite a rigorous academic schedule, Stacie successfully balanced her life as a musician, serving as the Concertmaster of the Longwood Symphony Orchestra – Boston’s renowned orchestra composed of physicians and scientists. Stacie is now an MD/PhD trainee in the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology (HST) Program through Harvard Medical School.
Stacie has been an avid tutor for students of all ages throughout high school and college, even serving as a Teaching Assistant for MIT’s Introduction Biology course during her junior year, receiving great reviews from her students. She has tutored students of all backgrounds in biology, chemistry, mathematics, SAT and subject tests. She has also worked with students through college and medical school applications, including essay edits, application advising, and interview practice.
As a long-time Boston resident, Stacie enjoys runs along the Charles River when she isn’t performing around town!