Joe received his bachelor’s degree in engineering and master’s degree in nuclear engineering and radiological sciences from the University of Michigan in 2015. He is now pursuing a PhD in medical physics at the University of Chicago. Eventually, he hopes to become a clinical medical physicist researching cancer-related outcomes. Joe has always had a passion for teaching since he started tutoring in high school and loves helping children of all ages develop their math and science skills. He likes breaking difficult concepts down in a digestible manner without making the material too draining. When not working in the lab, Joe enjoys reading, playing street hockey, and relaxing on the beach.