Daniel is currently applying for medical school and plans to focus on orthopedics and trauma. He previously graduated with a Bachelor’s in Applied and Computational Mathematics from USC. He brings an empathic and educational approach to working with adolescents, prioritizing their boundaries and specific needs. Daniel has tutored young adults for SAT/ACT, postgrad students for Math Ph.D. qualifiers and was a teacher’s assistant for several university professors. He has many years of experience working with data analysis. His strengths include trauma medicine, physical therapy, athletics and mySQL, HTML, Python, C++ and data analysis. Outside of work, Daniel enjoys swimming, running and hiking.