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Stanford Teaching Experience Anatomy Tutor, School of Medicine, University of California Irvine 10/05 – 6/06 Tutored first year medical students on an individual and group basis implemented mock lab examinations Teaching Assistant, School of Medicine, Stanford University 3/04 – 6/04 Assisted with The Human Condition: Medicine, Arts and Humanities course through the Center for Biomedical Ethics Academic Tutor, Paris, France Tutored French high school students in calculus and English 9/02 – 4/03 Allison Hill - 2 Memberships, Committees, Boards Manuscript Reviewer, Lippincott Williams Wilkins 8/09 – Present Peer Review Committee Class Representative, UC Irvine School of Medicine 9/04 – 6/06 Member, American College of Physicians 9/06 – Present Member, American Medical Association 9/04 – Present Member, American Academy of Pediatrics 9/04 – Present Co-Founder and Treasurer, Disordered Eating Education and Prevention Council, Stanford University 9/00 – 6/01 Volunteer Experience Girls on the Run Silicon Valley (Volunteer Physician Consultant), Los Gatos, CA 7/08 – Present Wrote weekly column in coaches’ newsletter distributed to over 100 coaches on health topics related to preadolescent girls, exercise and obesity Pediatric Free Clinic (Co-Chair), Miller’s Children’s Hospital, Long Beach, CA 9/04 –6/06 Trained incoming volunteers and taught first year medical students administered acute medical care to a local indigent population duties included histories and physical exams, and basic procedures PALS Program, University of California Irvine School of Medicine 9/04 – 6/06 Learned about living with a chronic illness from my PAL, a five year old patient with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma took PAL on monthly outings attended monthly lectures Free Vaccination Clinic, Santa Ana, CA Triaged patients administered vaccinations to local indigent population 9/04 – 6/06 Clinica Carina (Free Clinic), Santa Ana, CA 9/04 – 4/05 Administered acute medical care to an indigent population duties inc