I’ve found teaching and tutoring to be a really rewarding experience. It has been an opportunity to improve my own knowledge and communicate topics that I know but can’t be found on the internet or in a book.

Mechanism Enrichment Using Neurommsig (Winter 2019-2020; Guest Lecturer)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology) primarily taught by Dr. Daniel Domingo-Fernández.

Description: Lecture/practical on reproducibility in computational sciences

Mathematics Meets Life Sciences (Winter 2019-2020; Guest Lecturer)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Mathematics) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Jan Hasanauer.

Guest lecture on October 24, 2019: Knowledge Graphs as Support for Modeling in Systems and Networks Biology

Enzyme Technology Internship (Summer 2019; Instructor)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology)

Description: Planned course, helped teach curation in BEL, usage of PyBEL, and analysis of biological networks

Life Sciences Knowledge Discovery (Summer 2019; Guest Lecturer)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Martin Hofmann Apitius.

Guest lecture series from April 23 - May 1, 2019: Introduction to Machine Learning

Knowledge Assembly, Data Integration, and Modeling in Systems and Networks Biology (Winter 2018-2019; Instructor)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology)

Biological Databases (Winter 2018-2019; Guest Lecturer)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Martin Hofmann Apitius.

Guest lecture on January 22, 2019: An Introduction to Knowledge Assembly, Data Integration, and Modeling in Systems and Networks Biology

Life Sciences Knowledge Discovery (Summer 2018; Guest Lecturer)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Martin Hofmann Apitius.

Guest lecture series from May 29 - June 6, 2018: Introduction to Machine Learning

Biological Databases (Winter 2017-2018; Guest Lecturer)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Martin Hofmann Apitius.

Guest lecture on January 23, 2018: Reproducibility in Life Sciences Knowledge Discovery

Life Sciences Knowledge Discovery (Summer 2017; Guest Lecturer)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Martin Hofmann Apitius.

Description: Introdution to machine learning lecture series

Biomedical Database Lab (Winter 2016-2017; Teaching Assistant)
Master’s course at University of Bonn (Bonn-Aachen International Center for Information Technology) primarily taught by Christian Ebeling, M.Sc..

Description: Helped teach programming in Python

CHEM5645 Drug Discovery and Development (Summer II 2015; Teaching Assistant)
Bachelor’s Degree at Northeastern University (Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Graham Jones.

CHEM2317 Organic Chemistry II for Majors (Spring 2015; Teaching Assistant)
Bachelor’s Degree at Northeastern University (Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Graham Jones.

CHEM2315 Organic Chemistry I for Majors (Fall 2014; Teaching Assistant)
Bachelor’s Degree at Northeastern University (Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Roman Manetsch.

CHEM2317 Organic Chemistry II for Majors (Spring 2014; Teaching Assistant)
Bachelor’s Degree at Northeastern University (Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Graham Jones.

CHEM2315 Organic Chemistry I for Majors (Fall 2013; Teaching Assistant)
Bachelor’s Degree at Northeastern University (Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology) primarily taught by Prof. Dr. Michael Pollastri.