An experienced educator with greater than 20 years of preparation in teaching and healthcare, Andrea Ramey has lectured to a diverse population of people, providing students with the necessary skills for success. As the former Manager of Science Programs for The National Children’s Museum, she was able to integrate informal and formal learning models in order to reach children and adults from all over the world. Prior to her time at the museum she presented lectures in Anatomy and Physiology to students striving to earn their degrees while facing the daily challenges of life. Through her experiences in life, she was able to share her methods for success, helping all of her students reach ‘graduation day’.
Dr. Ramey completed the United States Medical Licensing Exam Series, and received her Doctorate of Medicine from Ross University School of Medicine in 2007. Her interest in Minimally Invasive Medical Procedures and Integrative Healthcare has inspired her to study Acupuncture Medicine and pursue research related to the development of natural therapies and vaccines.
Andrea Ramey has been teaching for over 15 years. She received her bachelor’s of Science in 1992 and shortly thereafter began volunteering at Bread for the City; an outreach clinic that provides free medical care to underserved populations in the community. While volunteering, she began studying recombinant DNA technology (molecular biology), allowing her to contribute to the advancement of scientific study at the academic, as well as, research level. She is passionate about passing on the practical, intellectual and progressive knowledge she has gained over her life time.
In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her family. She enjoys cooking and staying fit by swimming and traveling. She believes a healthy body means a healthy mind.
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