Mirhee is originally from (“up”)state NY, frequently visiting “the city” (NYC) growing up. With diverging interests, Mirhee ended up graduating from Harvard magna cum laude, majoring in molecular and cellular biology and minoring in music. Her thesis was about targeting certain epigenetic modulators in pediatric brain cancer. Moving on from pipettes, she currently does computational analysis for a cancer immunology lab as a medical student in the 3-year MD program at NYU School of Medicine.
Mirhee has been tutoring for over five years and has worked with students at all different levels. She has led sections and held office hours as part of the teaching staff for computer science classes in college. Her core strengths include biochemistry, biology, chemistry, computer science, and test preparation for the MCAT (522).
In her free time, Mirhee enjoys learning new dance choreographies, sipping on cheese tea, and searching for the perfect aesthetic.