Splash Biography


Major: Molecular and Cell Biology

College/Employer: UC Berkeley

Year of Graduation: Not available.

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

I have tutored college math and General chemistry for a year. This is the first time for me to teach in a classroom setting. Hope it will be a fascinating journey for all of us!

Past Classes

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S547: The Structure of Bacteria and how They Feed in Splash Spring 19 (Mar. 16, 2019)
In every human, there are 10 times more bacteria living on our body than the amount of cells we have. Many of them are mutual to us and play an important role, while some are pathogenic and may potentially kill us. Are you ready to learn about our closest neighbor? Get on the journey with us!

S374: Cell differentiation and determination in living organisms and discussion on Stem Cell Therapy in Splash Fall 18 (Nov. 04, 2018)
Stem cells play a huge role in modern cancer treatment for their ability to regenerate any type of cells through differentiation. In addition, all types of cells, such as skin cells, liver cells, muscle cells, etc., are differentiated/originated from stem cells. It is the most potent cell type, but how does it know who to become? Why doesn't your liver cell grow on your skin? Let's get together and find out their magic!