My goal as a tutor is to ensure students walk away from each session not only memorizing the high-yield facts, but also gaining a deeper mastery of the overarching themes that consistently arise in medicine.
In 2012, Danielle Marshall graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a BA in Cellular Biology and a minor in Global Poverty. Shortly after, Danielle began working toward her MD at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine where she became both a class instructor in neurology/psychiatry for 2nd year medical students, and a medical student interviewer for two years. Inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honors Society in 2018, Danielle also achieved honors in Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Neurology, Psychiatry before completing her MD in 2019. Danielle is currently an Orthopedic Surgery resident at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital. She is also a published academic author, and her work can be found here.
Study and Qualifications
BA from University of California, Berkeley
MD from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Orthopedic Surgery Resident at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital