Oscar is on the pre-medical track and is pursuing a degree in Applied Math and Biology at Brown University. He graduated from Poly Prep (Brooklyn, NY) in 2019, where he played on the varsity soccer team since he was in 8th grade, ran with the track team for 3 years, tutored low income students, and volunteered at the NYU hospital in Brooklyn. Oscar was born in the united states, but lived in France for 4 years, where he learned to speak, read and write french fluently and gained a love for his dad's side of the family's culture. During his time at Brown, Oscar played for the varsity and club soccer teams, took a semester off to live in the Dominican Republic where he conducted research on the COVID-19 vaccine, played on a variety of intramural teams (including volleyball and water polo), and has developed a passion for kitesurfing. This summer, Oscar will travel to Paris to work in an orthopedics clinic for 2 months, where he will shadow a multitude of doctors, gain an understanding of the dynamics of a medical clinic, and participate in prosthetic research. In the meantime, Oscar would like to share his knowledge in the sciences with curious students, tutoring math, and physics, and sharing his passions for soccer and kitesurfing. He hopes to inspire in his students a desire to work hard, pursue their passions, and realize their goals!

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How I spend my free time

community service
video games