Andria Balogh

Entrepreneur, Biomedical Scientist,

& Public Speaker

Andria Balogh, M.S., MBA

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Andria Balogh is a Molecular Biologist and Immunologist, earning her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and her Masters of Science degree in Immunology at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has over 14 years of biomedical research experience at over 7 prestigious institutions across the United States. Andria has also mentored and tutored students in Science, Mathematics, and English for over 18 years with teaching experience at MIT and Exam Prep Companies.  As the Founder of Tutoring with Andria and her experience in teaching and tutoring, she noticed a gap in student education and exposure to STEM & Entrepreneurship careers and career development, leading to the establishment of the STEM·E Youth Career Development Program (STEM·E YCDP).  She is currently a first year MBA Candidate at Rice University Jones School of Business, pursuing business & marketing strategy with extended studies in entrepreneurship and management.

Andria Balogh, Executive Director for the STEM-E Youth Career Development Program, Founder of Tutoring with Andria, STEM, Entrepreneur, Scientist, MIT Grad
Andria Balogh, Executive Director for the STEM-E Youth Career Development Program, Founder, STEM, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Scientist



Rice University, Jones School of Business

M.B.A., Business Strategy, Management, Entrepreneurship,



Academic Awards/Honors: Consortium Fellowship (2018-2020),Crownover Scholars Program Finalist, Forte Fellow


University of California, Los Angeles

M.S., Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics

Medical Experience: 2 years of medical school courses and medical research, shadowed congenital hear surgeon at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, pediatric surgeon at UCLA and Cedars-Sinai, Neurosurgeon Team at Houston Methodist Hospital and MGH, and participated over 70 hours in David Geffen School of Medicine Summer Pro-Section Program

Academic Awards/Honors: Society of Thoracic Surgeons Looking to the Future Scholarship (49th Annual Meeting Award), NIH NRSA F31 Diversity Fellowship Award (declined due to fellowship overlap), Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study, University of California- Los Angeles Medical Scientist Training Program


Massachusetts Institute of Technology                

Bachelors of Science degree in biology

Academic Awards/Honors: National Cancer Institute Introduction to Cancer Research Careers Program, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Exceptional Research Opportunities Program. Massachusetts General Hospital Student Research Trainee Program, Yale University School of Medicine Biomedical Science Training and Enrichment Program, National Dean’s List, National Society of Collegiate Scholars


Balogh AR, Delos Reyes GK, Guerrero-Beltrán CE, Shen H, Fenniri H, Bruno IG. miRNA Nanotherapeutics for the treatment of inflammation and atherosclerotic plaques. In Process (2018)


Hollander CM, Maier CR, Hobbs EA, Ashmore AR, Linnoila RI, Dennis PA.  Akt1 deletion prevents lung tumorigenesis by mutant K-ras. Oncogene. 30(15):1812-21. (2011)


Granville CA, Memmott RM, Balogh A, Mariotti J, Kawabata S, Han W, Lopiccolo J, Foley J, Pao W, Liewehr D, Steinberg S, Fowler DH, Hollander MC, Dennis PA. Foxp3+ regulatory T cells are required for K-Ras-driven lung tumorigenesis. PLoS One. 4(3): e5061. (2009)


Boyd C, Smith M, Kluwe L, Balogh A, Maccollin M, Plotkin S. Alterations in the SMARCB1 (INI1) tumor suppressor gene in familial schwannomatosis. Clin Genet. 74(4): 358-66. (2008)


Hollander CH, Balogh AR, Liwanag J, Han W, Linnoila I, Anver MR, Dennis P. Strain specific spontaneous and NNK-mediated tumorigenesis in Pten +/- mice.  Neoplasia. 10(8): 866-872. (2008)


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