Hi, my name is Christine, a NYU graduate currently preparing for PhD in Nutrition. Is there any chance we could meet for an hour of consulting? I'd like to fix my essay and practice the interview. Thank you
Hi, its my third year in Nutritional and Metabolic Biology at Columbia Graduate School of Arts, and Science. Are you in NYC now? I will do my best to help you out. Let's get a cup of coffee soon :)
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