Award-Winning Physiology Tutors in Washington, DC
Conklin "... My area of interest is Genetics, and I hope to eventually receive my PhD in Bioinformatics. I believe that learning is all about asking questions. 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..."
Koki "I recently moved to D.C. after graduating from Brown University with a B.S. in Chemical Biology. While in college, I had the opportunity to become a teaching assistant for both introductory and upper-level biochemistry courses, which I truly enjoyed..."
Dane "...I have lived in Baltimore for three years, and I am originally from Australia. I moved to the US to play college tennis and then I stayed in the US for medical school. I am currently doing a Master's degree in public health and my schedule is very flexible. I am able to offer tutoring in a variety of subjects, especially in the areas of mathematics and science..."
stetson university - Current Grad Student, biochemistry
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - Current Grad Student, MD
Usha "...I am very knowledgeable in subjects oriented around the medical field namely anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, endocrinology among others. Teaching is a skill that must be adapted to the individual student. I also believe syllabus oriented teaching is key to covering adequate material to allow a student to test well..."
University of the West Indies - Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MBBS
Neiunna "I am a graduate of Talladega College, where I received my Bachelor's of Art in Biology. After receiving, my B.A. I went on to obtain a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Howard University in Biology with a emphasis in Microbiology and Nanotechnology..."
Suzanne "...I completed my bachelor’s degree in Film Production from Emerson College in 2007. Before returning to school, I taught high school students with emotional and learning disabilities in a variety of subjects, including math and science. I also spent a year in AmeriCorps, where I was a residential counselor for students in a residential academic program here in Baltimore..."
David "I am a graduate of Yale University, where I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Having a passion for the sciences, I worked in various research positions from studying endangered desert tortoises in the Mojave Desert to studying the population genetics of ornamental fishes of the Amazon. I realized I missed the human connection and pursued medical school at the University of Connecticut; where I've found medicine combines both my love of science and helping others..."
Osub "I’ve been tutoring since high school, and thoroughly enjoy helping students understand material and become more passionate about learning. I graduated from Harvard College in 2010 where I majored in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. I also worked for two years doing biological research..."
Laura "I received my bachelors degree in Biology from Rider University (Lawrencville, NJ) in 2010 and my masters degree in Teaching from Towson University (Towson, MD) in 2014. I worked for two years as a high school biology, anatomy & physiology, and AP environmental science teacher in Baltimore County public schools in Baltimore Maryland. Prior to teaching, I worked in and trained others in the fields of massage therapy and emergency medical services in both Maryland and New Jersey..."
Lyana "...Having won several science awards, I know lots of fun facts to share with my tutees. During my tutoring sessions, I make subjects applicable by giving real life examples. I am also strong believer in interactive lessons, by asking lots of questions and solving problems together..."