Award-Winning Microbiology Tutors in Washington, DC
Kevin "I love helping anyone gain a better understanding in any subject in a way that makes sense to them, building upon a strong background so that he or she can tackle any type of problem in that subject. I'm originally from west Texas, where the schools are not the best, so I can easily understand and empathize with any type of course or school difficulty. I come from a fairly large family, having eight brothers and sisters, and because so, I feel I always do my best to put others ahead of myself and can get along with a wide range of different personalities..."
Jason "As an undergrad at the University of Minnesota, I was a Biochemistry Teaching Assistant. In that position I helped students in a one-on-one basis as well as ran pre-exam review sessions. I worked as a Lab Assistant in a Genetics Lab throughout my undergrad education..."
University of Minnesota - BS, Biochemistry
Brittany "I am a research technician who wants to use my passion for the sciences to inspire and motivate students to better understand and love science. My scientific background and optimistic personality will help us tackle challenging topics together. I also enjoy helping with Italiano..."
William "... I've since spent several semesters as an Introductory Chemistry TA during my undergrad at Amherst College, where I majored in Biochemistry and Biophysics, magna cum laude. I'm also pre-med; I'm applying to medical schools now, for matriculation in the fall of 2014. I'm very passionate about science, particularly Microbiology..."
Evdokia "...My favorite subjects, however, are Biochemistry, General Biology and Genetics as those were the subjects I have been teaching the longest. Two years after becoming a tenured Associate Professor of Biochemistry in my home country I have moved with my family back to the U.S. in search for a better education and better future for our children..."
Li "After earning a BS and MS in biochemistry from UCLA and working at NIH for two years, I taught high school chemistry, biology, and physics for five years. I love learning -- especially math and science related. As a result of my love of learning, I also love being able to teach others the things that I have learned..."
UCLA - Bachelors, Microbiology, Immunlogy & Molecular Genetics
UCLA - Masters, Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics
State Certified Teacher
Christie "... I tailor my tutoring to fit the learning style of the student. I think that is really important because it is very hard for a visual learner to learn from just listening. I also engage the student in learning..."
Conklin "... The most important skill we can develop as students and people is to realize the things that we do not know and find ways to ask questions about them. Whatever these things are, they are most certainly different for everyone, and challenging them and tackling them head on is a sure fire way to grow intellectually. Being an effective questioner and an astute observer of the unknown is a life-long task, and through hard work and focus, I believe anyone can grow into a stronger thinker and a more effective student. I also think science is very fun, and the best way to improve in a subject that may be difficult is to find the parts of it which are enjoyable to you..."
Clinton "...I graduated with my M.D. degree in May 2014. I am currently working in an outpatient medical office belonging to a national Pain Management practice. I have extensive experience tutoring at the college level, while I was an undergraduate student at the University of Maryland, as well as some informal tutoring experience while in medical school..."
Osub "...I graduated from Harvard College in 2010 where I majored in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. I also worked for two years doing biological research. Now, my plan is to attend graduate school next fall and to continue on working in the field of public health..."