Suleman has lived in over 15 cities across the world and has found his home in the San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of California, Berkeley in 3 years with a major in integrative biology as departmental valedictorian. Research has been Suleman’s enduring passion. Through experiences pursuing an honors thesis in biophysics and as an Amgen Scholar, he has worked towards his goal of becoming a physician-scientist. After acceptances to both MD and MD-PhD programs, he is currently an MD candidate at the Stanford School of Medicine.
Suleman has been tutoring since high school and has experience teaching a variety of subjects to students of all ages. Prior to beginning medical school, he spent a year as a lecturer for organic chemistry lab at UC Berkeley, where he led classes of up to 700 students. At Cambridge Coaching, Suleman specializes in chemistry, biology, mathematics, physics, test preparation for the MCAT, as well as guiding medical school applicants through pre-health course selection, medical school admissions strategy, and interviewing.
In his free time, Suleman loves to explore obscure travel destinations, listen to NPR, and perfect the art of cooking without using any measuring tools.