Award-Winning Biology Tutors in Washington, DC
Julia "...My tutoring mantra is all about setting goals and accomplishing them little by little. I am a big proponent of taking things one step at a time, focusing on successes instead of dwelling on frustrations, as I believe this ultimately leads to the highest success rates and student satisfaction. I very much enjoy all aspects of science, research, and academia, and love having the opportunity to teach students and see them develop their own interests and passions in learning..."
Gerard "I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry from Florida State University. During my time at Florida State, I worked as a Teaching Assistant for the FSU Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. I spent my time teaching for the Organic Chemistry Laboratory course, as it is my favorite subject..."
Gene Patrick "I believe that I will be a great tutor because of my experiences tutoring a diverse array of students, from Kindergarten all the way to the college level. I graduated in Spring of 2014 from Johns Hopkins University with a degree in Chemistry. During my undergrad years, I tutored people in Introduction to Chemistry and Organic Chemistry..."
Hannah "I have been tutoring, teaching and working as a TA since I was in the 10th grade. Nearly a decade later, I have experience working with students age 8 to 45, mostly in Science, Math and Spanish. In undergrad as a Nutrition major at UNC Chapel Hill, I took took elective courses in Spanish and Biology, along with the Chemistry minor that I was required to complete..."
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - BS, Nutrition
University of North Carolina -Chapel Hill - MPH/RD, Public Health Nutrition
Tirsit "I am an alumnus of the Johns Hopkins University where I received both my Bachelor of Arts in Public Health Studies with a focus on International Health and my Master of Health Sciences in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with a focus on Reproductive Health. I have experience working with students as a tutor for an introductory biology course and as a teacher’s assistant for a course on the management of health emergencies in large populations. I tutor subjects focused on the life sciences particularly biochemistry, molecular biology, cellular biology, and evolutionary biology..."
David "I received my B.A. in Public Health Studies from Johns Hopkins University in 2011 and my Master of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2013. I am currently working in pancreatic cancer research at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. I have prior research experience in both cancer biology and molecular biology..."
Johns Hopkins University - BA, Public Health Studies
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health - MS, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Lyana "Currently, I am at George Washington University pursuing my MPH in global health. During my college years I studied biology and dance. I love learning and secretly want to be a student forever..."
Steve "...Having taught in classes with several hundred students, I have worked with diverse groups of individuals, each with their own unique ways of learning. I find it most effective to work with students to solidify basic concepts so that they will be better prepared for much more advanced topics. With a good foundation, they will also have fun realizing their potential and want to learn more..."
Brian "...While I am a very capable tutor in almost all aspects of science, I am most passionate in microbiology and cell biology. I am very patient and understand that many students have different ways of learning and can adapt my teaching style to individual students. I can bring visual aids to help a student understand a topic easier and I know a number of easy and safe home experiments to perform that will show a student that science is fun and interesting..."
Alfred "I hold a Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. My major was Biology, with a double minor in Chemistry and French. I am currently a prospective 2015 medical student..."
VCU - BS, Biology; minors: French and Chemistry