When I first came to Canada in 2002, I had no family with me, no friends, no connections. I was an international student, limited language skills, no status, did not understand Canadian system. I was 17, merely a highschooler who had no idea where my future lies. I started my Canadian journey in a small Manitoba town called Gretna, 500 local residents and a high school are all it got.
Today, I am a resident doctor at the University of Toronto with a Ph.D. in pharmacology from McGill University and Post-doctoral training from Harvard University. Looking back, it wasn’t an easy journey and I didn’t get any head start. I had to figure things out on my own, understanding what I want, working through the system, establishing connections, and building my reputation. It wasn’t an easy journey and I experienced countless failures. Dreaming big takes courage, and setbacks are inevitable. However, I always believe that going through the hardship was meant to allow me helping others so they did not have to do the same.
If you are interested in a career in medicine or science, I would love to share my experience with you and help you achieve your goals.
If you are a science major or medical student who struggles with your research projects or essays, I can guild you through the unique style of scientific writing.
If you are establishing a business in biomedical, pharmaceutical or healthcare industry, I shall provide my knowledge to facilitate the sophisticated project development.