Biomedical Research, Medical Ethics, Theology, Philosophy
Neuroscience, Radiation Biology, Psychiatry, Aerospace Medicine, Missionary and non-profit medicine.
Tory attended Baylor University, where she studied both science (biology, including general biology, human physiology, cell biology, etc., chemistry (inorganic and organic), and physics), and humanities (religion and theology, philosophy, medical humanities, and great texts).
Tory is currently studying Biotechnology at the Johns Hopkins University, where she is concentrating in the health sciences. In her studies, Tory regularly analyzes various biomedical articles and writes various blogs posts and essays about current biomedical findings.
Tory has worked as a research intern for a medical school, in the neuroscience department. Additionally, she presented on her laboratory's findings at a poster session.
Tory is pursuing a master's degree in Biotechnology at the Johns Hopkins University. She writes essays and blog posts concerning various diseases and research projects.
Tory often writes short summaries of various current research articles (biomedical research and epidemiology), where she distills the main points of the articles and puts the research findings in language that's easy to understand. Additionally, she will provide commentary regarding the articles' possible impacts.
Tory has written extended articles on various biomedical research projects. She can perform research into the history of a disease and its emergence, current research and treatment, research techniques, and much more. She has also written about medical ethics, women's health, theology, and philosophy.
Tory has written multiple presentations over the mechanisms and treatment of a disease, and biomedical research projects and outcomes.