Mena Soliman is an experienced science researcher and public health professional with
a demonstrated history of working in healthcare facilities and various academic institutions
throughout the Northeast. Additionally, she has been tutoring students of all ages and providing needed learning supports and accommodations for over 8 years in subjects such as biology, chemistry, environmental science, public health, and biostatistics.
Mena obtained her B.S. in Cell Biology and Neuroscience from Rutgers State
University, where she continued on to obtain her Master of Public Health in Epidemiology.
Shortly after earning her master’s degree, she served as an executive assistant for a Medical Research lab at Albert Einstein College of Medicine before enrolling into a doctoral program at MCPHS-Worcester. She is currently a Doctor of Optometry Intern with interest in diabetic manifestations and neural disease. When it comes to approaching teaching and learning, Mena is determined to encourage her students to become better critical thinkers and finds study approaches that are tailored to every student’s specific needs. Some of her much enjoyed hobbies include spending time with her family and friends, hiking, and paint-by-number kits.