I have a strong teaching record across a variety of subjects, with consistent, overwhelmingly positive student feedback.

Harvard Medical School
I currently work as a teaching assistant in the Harvard Medical School Health Sciences & Technology division, teaching mathematics and programming content to MD candidates.

University of Oxford
I worked for 3 years as a sessional academic in the Oxford Doctoral Training Centre, teaching computational biology to masters and PhD students.

Oxbridge Academic Programs
For two years I was head of engineering at the Cambridge Tradition, a part of Oxbridge Academic Programs.

Queensland University of Technology
I lectured, and was assistant course-coordinator in the Mathematical Sciences Division. I taught three subjects with combined enrollment in excess of 2000 students. Prior to this I was a sessional academic tutor for three years. During this time I taught 15 different subjects, spanning mathematics, statistics, programming and engineering.

I was awarded the QUT Award for Teaching Excellence, while being one of the youngest lecturers the university had ever hired.

I also regularly ran workshops on a variety of STEM sub-disciplines for high school students, both on QUT campus, and during outreach at schools across Queensland.