George carefully draws out a student’s authenticity and personality alongside their academic strengths in applications geared toward traditional universities and direct medical programs.
Arlington, New Jersey
MD Candidate 2025, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
BS, Biomedical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology
An essay coach and counselor with Moon Prep, George partners with his students to create authentic and poignant applications that convey the unique personalities and academic strengths of each student. As a medical mentor and engineer by training, he focuses on helping students apply to four-year undergraduate universities, direct medical programs (BS/MD, BS/DO), and traditional medical schools.
Alongside his mentoring at Moon Prep, George is currently a second-year medical student at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. As an M2 student, a biomedical engineer, and a student interviewer for his medical school, George brings his panoramic perspective to help students craft applications that not only catch the attention of admissions officers but also root themselves in a foundational understanding of various medical and STEM fields. George has successfully helped numerous students gain admission to dozens of universities, medical schools, and BS/MD schools across the United States. In tandem with his essay coaching, he also helps students strengthen their overall profiles with suggestions on hands-on research and professional work experiences. As a recent veteran of the medical school admissions process, George is passionate about channeling his success to helping younger students achieve their professional goals and lifelong dreams in medicine and beyond.
Previously, George served as a research assistant in two university labs at the New Jersey Medical School Department of Pharmacology and Physiology where he studied molecular biology and neuronal cell cultures for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) models. He has contributed to publications on animal models of TBI and microscope compatible incubators. As an undergraduate student, he also completed two internships with Colgate-Palmolive and Unilever in their R&D divisions.