Carmina Perez has a PhD in Biochemistry from McMaster University and the Sorbonne University in France. She grew up in Mexico, where she completed her Undergraduate degree in Biotechnology Engineering. She has always loved science and travelling and during her undergraduate she had the opportunity to merge both passions, participating in several international internships in Texas, Singapore and the Czech Republic. After her undergraduate she came to Canada where she pursued a Master degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Montreal. Her love for science and teaching has taken her to be part of different initiatives such as Let’s talk science which focuses on teaching science through scientific experimentation to children of different ages. She was also part of an afterschool program for a vulnerable sector where she enjoyed teaching science subjects to teens. During her PhD she was teaching assistant and teacher of several classes of the Biochemistry program at the university level. She is passionate about teaching and showing children and adults the beauty of science by simplifying complex subjects to the levels needed, and by helping develop the logic and scientific skills. She finds teaching an extremely rewarding experience specially when by doing so she gives the opportunity to people to discover a new passion for science.
Aaron has a wealth of experience in teaching science at the undergraduate level, and looks forward to engaging his high-school students, getting them excited about all of his favourite subjects! Having taken all science and math courses in high school in addition to leading a successful undergraduate career, Aaron knows how challenging it can be for students to juggle many subjects. As such, he looks forward to not only teaching, but to sharing his strategies for staying organized, working independently and thinking critically.