Meet our Summer SAT Program Math Instructor

With the Summer SAT Program approaching rapidly, we are excited to introduce our summer SAT Program math instructor.

Get to know Megha Majumder

Megha is a NIH Scholar pursuing a Masters and MD/PhD at Harvard Medical School and the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine. She received her BA/BS in Public Health, Sociology, and Chemistry at UC Berkeley, where she was involved in student government and medical research at UCSF Neurology, she was the commencement speaker for her graduating class. Funded by a Fulbright-Schuman Grant, her work focuses on the moral implications of a technology-infused biomedical paradigm.

Among other activities Megha has been a staff contributor, editor & podcast producer for an online journal at Columbia University NY. She can speak five languages along with a technology heavy skillset. She was awarded the Fung Medal through the Fung Fellowship, which is followed by an impressive list of awards and scholarships. Megha has founded and co-founded academic groups to help them achieve educational and professional goals. She dedicated her academic and professional life to helping and to healing; to reinventing, subsidizing, and introducing modern health practices and health technology to communities that would otherwise be unable to afford or even know about them. She plans to do a lot of quiet good.

Learn more about our summer programs

Cogito’s summer programs offer education and fun, Learn More! about the activities planned.
Contact us at: Info@cogitoworldeducation.org for any inquiries.

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