My favorite part of tutoring has been seeing my students become the doctors they’ve always wanted to be.
As a former Howard Hughes Medical Institute Student Fellow, Karolina Woroniecka graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Brown University with a B.S. in Biology and Hispanic Studies in 2013. Matriculated in the Duke Medical Scientist Training Program that same year, Karolina was awarded honors in all her clinical rotations. As an MD/PhD student at Duke, Karolina received a direct match into the Duke neuropathology program, one of the top 3 brain tumor centers in the nation. Her research focus is in cancer immunotherapy for brain tumors. Karolina has strong family ties to medical schools in Poland, and has done extensive tutoring work with students from international medical schools. She is also a published academic author, and her work can be found here.
Study and Qualifications
BS from Brown University
Matriculated in Duke Medical Scientist Training Program