Originally from Fairfax, VA, Madison developed a deep love for science and dentistry in high school. She brought this passion with her to Duke University, where she earned a B.S. in biology with an honors thesis on the cellular mechanisms of neurodegeneration. She is currently a first-year at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine with an interest in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Prior to arriving at Harvard, she worked for one year as a Post-Baccalaureate Research Fellow at the NIH where she studied mechanisms of bone repair and regeneration in mice.
In addition to science and dentistry, Madison is also passionate about mentorship and tutoring. At Cambridge Coaching, she serves as a resource for those who are daunted by the dental school admissions process. She enjoys helping her students develop study strategies that will allow them to succeed on the DAT and beyond. She is more than happy to give honest advice about how to succeed with the confusing dental school admissions process, and works to ensure that every one of her students has all the information they need to succeed.
In her free time, Madison can be found enjoying Boston weather (when it is nice!), volunteering with on-campus clubs, or watching Netflix with her geriatric cat.