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Dr. Kavita Nahar

(Consultant Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist)

Dr. Nahar has been a consultant Obstetrician/ Gynaecologist for over 20 years working in the UK, New Zealand and Australia. She has an avid interest in academics and has been involved with teaching medical students at the University of Newcastle (Australia).

Dr. Raj Anand

(Senior Registrar at Hutt Hospital, Wellington)

Dr. Anand is currently a senior registrar at Hutt hospital, (Wellington). He is specializing in Rheumatology and Internal medicine. He brings a lot of his personal experience of appearing in various medical & aptitude examinations in USA, UK, India & Australia. He is also a national committee member of the Art of Living Foundation, which helps people in managing stress. Stress management is a vital skill in both the UMAT and the entrance interviews that come after it.

Dr. Tiffany Wilson

(PhD ( Biochemistry ) , Emory University)

Dr. Tiffany Wilson spent most of her life in the Bahamas before moving to Athens, GA where she earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Georgia in 2004. While at UGA, Dr. Wilson completed an Honor’s Thesis in marine biology. In 2010 Dr. Wilson earned her PhD from Emory University, Atlanta, GA in Biochemistry, Cell, and Developmental Biology. Her doctoral research focused on cellular signaling mechanisms in skeletal muscle and diabetes. While in graduate school Dr. Wilson also earned her Toastmasters International certification and is a very accomplished speaker. Dr. Wilson began a clinical chemistry postdoctoral fellowship at Emory University in 2010 and was board certified by the American Board of Clinical Chemists in 2011. Her research interests during this fellowship included health equity for transgender patients, hemoglobinopathies, and molecular markers of B-cells. In 2012 Dr. Wilson will begin a second clinical postdoctoral fellowship in transplant immunology at Emory University.

Allan Gao

PhD ( Biological Systems Engineering ) , Washington State University

Allan Gao is a Ph.D candidate in the Biological Systems Engineering department at Washington State University. He received his B.S. in Biochemistry at Washington University in St. Louis and M.S. Biological Systems Engineering from Washington State University. He has worked with Blankenship Lab Group and more recently for Youtell Biochemical as a Research Associate. He has extensive experience in both writing and editing research papers and journal articles. Currently, he resides in Pullman, WA while attending school, and enjoys tennis and running in his free time.

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However I was a beginner to all of this so I found the maths part really hard.


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