Teaching & Service
UTHealth Houston School of Public Health
Co-Instructor: Advanced Health Economics (PH 3935)
Brief course description: This course aims to provide students with competency in using economic theory and research methods to examine questions of efficiency and equity in health care.
VT Econ Lab Manager
Fall 2019 to Summer 2021
Plan, manage and coordinate behavioral studies.
Program experimental tasks on Matlab, Python (oTree) and Qualtrics.
Write and organize IRB proposals.
Analyze, visualize and present experimental findings.
Train undergraduate and graduate students on operating BIOPAC, tDCS device and eye-tracker.
Draft procedures post-COVID-19 pandemic for resumption of behavioral research in the laboratory.
Manage participant pool. Supervise undergraduate and graduate students independent research projects.
Instructor: Microeconomic Theory (EC3104)
Brief course description: This course explores fundamental topics in microeconomic theory. We build formal models to analyze behavior of consumers and producers. We study the role of competitive markets in coordinating economic activities. We derive conditions under which competitive markets generate an efficient allocation of economic resources. Analytical tools such as calculus and diagrams are utilized extensively. Topics covered in this course are essential for pursuing further studies in economics.
Instructor: Principles of Microeconomics (EC2005)
Brief course description: This course provides an introduction to the way of thinking offered by economics. We discuss a wide variety of topics with an emphasis on consumer theory, producer theory, and the successes and failures of markets.
Neuroeconomics - Fall 2019/Fall 2018
Economics of the Middle East - Fall 2018/Spring 2019
Economic History of Diversity and Inclusivity - Spring 2018
Analysis of Economic Data - Fall 2017
Principles of Microeconomics/Macroeconomics - Fall 2016/Spring 2017
Graduate Residential Fellow
Fall 2017 to Spring 2021
Advisor for the student council in the Residential College at West Ambler Johnston.
Plan and implement educational programs in the Residential College.
Saint anselm college
Leader of a Service and Solidarity Trip in New York City
2015-2016 academic year
Selected to co-lead a one-week service trip of 14 students to New York City.
Served on fundraising committee.
Participant of a Service and Solidarity Trip in the Pine Ridge Reservation
2014-2015 academic year
Participated in a one-week service trip working closely with Native Americans and the Re-member organization on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.
Exceeded the program's fundraising goal.
Member of the President's Steering Committee for Diversity and Inclusivity
Propose and oversee programs that enhance the strategic plan of the university and organize events aimed at increasing retention rates among current students.
Member of the Alcohol and Other Drug Committee
Plan and execute active and passive programs to minimize high-risk drinking and other drug use on campus.
Member of the Enough is Enough Campaign Committee
Plan and execute active and passive programs for social justice awareness and violence prevention on campus.