Post Doctoral from Purdue University
Visiting Scholar at Purdue University
As a PhD-holder or post-doc, I have gone through several stages where critical thinking and analytical approaches were the handy tools to solve problems. I learnt how to manage multiple tasks at a time (as I was a graduate student instructor and lab co-manager) by balancing my research with teaching, training of undergraduate students and managing lab or buying/handling scientific instruments. I was engaged as a graduate teaching instructor for laboratory and theoretical courses on general (freshman chemistry) and organic/physical chemistry courses for undergraduate and Masters students at my University.
Though I do not have direct experience in teaching biology or other interdisciplinary science subjects, but I can well manage those subjects because my research deals with computational science, physics, mathematics, biology and pharmaceutical sciences. I had to deal with these subjects very often throughout my research life.