Aditya grew up in Northeast Ohio, where he learned to call soda ‘pop’, to smile at strangers, and to believe in the Cavaliers in good times and bad. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from MIT, graduating with a double major in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and Biology and a 5.0/5.0 GPA. While at MIT he was recognized as a member of the engineering honors society Tau Beta Pi and an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Undergraduate Research & Innovation Scholar. He also spent time conducting research on topics including electrophysiology and mathematical modeling at MIT and NASA Glenn Research Center, where he was a member of the NASA Aeronautics Scholarship Program. Aditya is currently a student in the Harvard-MIT M.D./Ph.D. program, pursuing research that applies engineering principles to medical applications.
Aditya enjoys teaching and tutoring and has experience in both academic and professional settings. He served as an undergraduate Teaching Assistant for a course in quantitative physiology at MIT, and has also participated in the MIT Delve program teaching the Advanced Placement Biology curriculum to high school students. Aditya has worked to train Emergency Medical Technicians as part of MIT’s ambulance service, earning the John Wu Mentoring Award from MIT-EMS. His core tutoring areas include the physical and biological sciences, computer science, and test preparation for the MCAT (44T) and SAT (2380), as well as application consulting.
Aditya spends his free time overthinking movies, crafting terrible puns, and playing board games and basketball. He has recently been concerned that he’s catching the running bug which seems to be endemic to the Greater Boston area.