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Jean Paul Khairallah

Jean P.

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Bachelor of Science @ Lebanese American University

About me

I'm someone who loves staying busy! I have been a Boy Scout for eleven years, and I am now Chief. I enjoy camping a lot, connecting with Nature and with the community. I lead a Troop of thirty bright young leaders who meet on a weekly basis and play, communicate, learn, and grow. We do everything from sports and physical activity to manual work, personal development, teamwork and social work. Most importantly, we focus on serving our community, helping those in need, and making a positive impact. I also enjoy watching series, especially mystery and comedy ones, listening to music, and staying up-to-date with technology and the new innovations in phones and machines. I also like writing poetry from time to time. Finally, I am a lifelong learner who loves constantly learning new things: taking interesting online courses, reading articles and news about Biology and Medicine (especially now that I am getting ready to become a Medical student), doing research in the lab, and practicing the Spanish I learned a few years ago...


I can Teach:

Anatomy, Animalia, Basics of Cell Biology, Basics of Ecology , Basics of Genetics , Basics of Human Physiology, Biotechnology, Cell Biology , Ecology, Evolution

Teaching Experience

Growing up, I was extremely curious and wanted to understand everything happening around me. I had the chance to seek some answers at school and university, thanks to amazing teachers who were willing to share their enthusiasm for their subject matters. Today, I aspire to be the one to share my passion for Biology with others! I started tutoring private fellow high-school students in 2016 in Biology, Chemistry, and Math; I also was (and still am) always ready to help my classmates with any subject or concept. In 2020, I decided to join a local NGO, called MMKN (meaning "it's possible" in Arabic), where volunteers teach and provide support to Lebanese and refugee middle-school students in public schools, who could not afford outside help. The experiment really made me a stronger believer that it is through education that we can empower the young leaders of tomorrow and make the world a better place! I also mentored and trained in areas other than school subjects: I was a Model United Nations trainer who coached middle-school students on diplomacy, public speaking, and solving the complex political, economic, social, and environmental problems our planet is facing. I was an advisor at the newly-established Innovation Center of my university, where I helped prepare the university's students who are interested in entrepreneurship and have some innovative ideas to develop and thrive. Finally, I am now mentoring premedical students who are getting ready for applying and joining the Medical School, helping them with their decisions and any difficulty in their Biology or Chemistry courses.

My Expertise

  • Anatomy
  • Animalia
  • Basics of Cell Biology

Top subjects

Biology

I decided to join the world of Biology when I was ten years old, became charmed by how simple yet complex life is, and how beautifully it has evolved. In that respect, at university, I took two introductory General Biology courses, followed by specialized courses on Genetics, Biochemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Cell and Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Ecology, Epigenetics, and Immunology. I aced all of them. Most of these courses were also accompanied by their labs, where I applied the concepts experimentally. I also went through courses that revolve around Biology, including Inorganic, Organic, and Analytical Chemistry with their labs, Classical and Modern Physics for Life Sciences with their labs, Biostatistics, Nutrition, as well as Introductory and Child Psychology.

Body Systems

Biologists love to look at the big picture as much as they dive deep into the smallest details. My appreciation for body systems, how they function, and how they are connected together was what drove me into Biology and Medicine in the first place as a kid. At university, I went through an overview of the systems in humans and in other animals in my two General Biology courses. I then took an Anatomy and Physiology course, where I studied these systems in intricate detail and understood how they are all associated together. I also took the Anatomy and Physiology lab where I visualized them in mammals through animal dissection.

Genetics

It is fascinating how inheritance works and what it means for us as human beings. Of course, my General Biology courses introduced me to the concepts of genetics. Then, I took a Genetics course that focused solely on these concepts in detail, from the cellular mechanisms to classical genetics, to chromosome genetics and recombination, to population genetics and new technologies. I also participated in the Genetics Lab where I applied these concepts experimentally. Finally, my interest encouraged me to choose an advanced course in the relatively-new field of Epigenetics and how it can be used in therapy.

Basics of Genetics

It is fascinating how inheritance works and what it means for us as human beings. Of course, my General Biology courses introduced me to the concepts of genetics. Then, I took a Genetics course that focused solely on these concepts in detail, from the cellular mechanisms to classical genetics, to chromosome genetics and recombination, to population genetics and new technologies. I also participated in the Genetics Lab where I applied these concepts experimentally. Finally, my interest encouraged me to choose an advanced course in the relatively-new field of Epigenetics and how it can be used in therapy.

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