Meet some of the brilliant minds in MedView’s network of doctors, current medical students, admissions experts and tutors!
Dr. Howshin Tsao graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) in 2018. He is currently practising medicine as a House Surgeon in Auckland's North Shore Hospital, New Zealand. He was recently awarded for his clinical practice at his hospital and is also involved in leading research to improve patient safety.
Dr. Chen Liu graduated from the University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) in 2013. He has practised medicine for 5 years working in all three hospitals of Auckland and trained in general surgery in Rotorua Hospital. He paused his surgery training in 2019 to focus on full time research and is currently a PhD student in the department of surgery.
Dr. Dexter Sim studied medicine at King's College, London and is currently working at hospitals in the National Health Service, England. He is the lead tutor and consultant for ISAT, UCAT and BMAT admission tests in the United Kingdom. Dexter crafts his own curriculum and hundreds of questions to teach new strategies and simplify complex concepts saving you marks and time.
Daniel graduated from Monash University with an MBBS (Hons) in 2018. After receiving an Australian Rhodes Scholarship, Daniel deferred his medical internship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital to commence a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Artificial Intelligence Policy at the University of Oxford.
Dan is currently a medical student at The University of Sydney Medical School. As well as placing in the top 10% in his MD cohort, Dan scored in the 99.9th percentile on the GAMSAT. Outside of clinical medicine, Dan researches the role of monoclonal antibody cancer therapy in the onset of heart failure with the University of Queensland Faculty of Medicine, and volunteers for UN Youth Australia.
Brynley is currently completing his penultimate year of his Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital. Graduating from the Queensland Academy of Science, Mathematics and Technology in 2015, he received an IB score of 43 (ATAR 99.75) in conjunction with the IB Student of the Year award, and subject prizes for Higher Level Psychology and English Literature.
MedView's team of advisors, tutors, consultants, and strategists have all duxed of received an A+ in their respective subjects. They are the top 1% of all medical students! With their help MedView students are 3.5x more likely to receive an offer to medical school. Our team are eager to help you succeed!