My name is Jesse Ritter. I'm a 25-year old clinical researcher currently working at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh Summa cum laude with dual degrees in biochemistry and biology. I worked part-time as a tutor all 4 years of undergraduate, including 3 years as a teaching assistant for organic chemistry. I also tutored subjects including microbiology, general chemistry, and physiology. After completing my bachelor's, I received a Masters degree from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health in the department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with a focus in cancer biology. After completing my Masters degree, I started working in clinical research with Johns Hopkins Center for Multiple Sclerosis. My future goals includes attending medical school to become a physician.