6 Biochemistry Tutors Found Near San Francisco, CA



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Kathryn S.

Biochemistry Tutor

Berkeley, CA 94702

Will travel 40 miles

$500 per hour.

4.98 353 ratings

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Professional Statistics Tutor, Harvey Mudd Grad

My extensive experience with molecular biology means I'm well-equipped to help you through your course. Here's how it works: You send me your assignments 48 hours in advance of our lesson, I review the material and customize my explanations to your learning style, we meet, and you learn. Kathryn is a professional private tutor who spends her life helping students understand tough concepts in math and science. She is an aficionado of these subjects herself, having spent a rigorous four years at Harvey Mudd College, where she received her BS in Molecular Biology in 2011. There, she studied such [more]


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Puneet A.

Biochemistry Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94158

Will travel 20 miles

$90 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Phd-level scientist with extensive teaching experience

I have a PhD in Biochemistry from Duke University. Ion addition, I have extensive teaching experience at the college level. I have previously served as an Instructor for Biochemistry students at Case Western Reserve University. I have also been a graduate teaching assistant at Duke University. I have a great passion for teaching and find it immensely pleasing to help students achieve their academic goals. I have a PhD in Biochemistry from Duke University. In addition, I have taught as an Instructor at Case Western Reserve University. ... [more]


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Sarah M.

Biochemistry Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94158

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

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PhD student with expertise in science and math

I'm Sarah, a PhD candidate at UCSF studying mechanisms of gene regulation. Since starting my program I've been faced with a decision to continue on in academia or to go into industry. After being a student teacher for immunology in the medical school this past year I realized I love teaching and helping others learn and engage them in the material. I received great feedback from students and professors on my enthusiasm, patience and effort I put into making sure students really grasped the ma... [more]


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Amanda H.

Biochemistry Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94122

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.5 2 ratings

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Experienced biology, math, english, genetics, and science tutor

My name is Amanda (26 years old) and I graduated from Mills College with honors in Biology/Molecular Cell Biology and Biochemistry. Currently, I am a third year medical student on a leave of absence. I have loads of experience in tutoring and teaching. In college, I regularly tutored high school students through Upward Bound and was requested by professors to peer tutor for Calculus I, Calculus II, Biology I, Biology II, Human Physiology, Genetics, Molecular Cell Biology, English, and Writ... [more]


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Andrew W.

Biochemistry Tutor

San Francisco, CA 94117

Will travel 4 miles

$200 per hour.

5.0 17 ratings

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Postdoctoral scholar in chemistry, happily tutoring all the sciences

Hey! I'm a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford developing new structural refinement strategies and exploring next generation methods of ribosome design. I just completed my Ph.D. at NYU, where I described new ways to inhibit protein-protein interactions. Earlier, I earned my B.A. from Harvard in Chemistry, though while I was there I spent a great deal of time on mathematics and physics as well. My undergraduate thesis was mostly in medicinal chemistry and total synthesis. I tutored through Har... [more]


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Hector T.

Biochemistry Tutor

Berkeley, CA 94703

Will travel 4 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 12 ratings

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Effective Math and Science Tutor for High School and College Students

During my time in Williams College I tutored students in introductory chemistry, organic chemistry, cellular biology and organismal biology. During the Winter of 2015, I taught two sections of neuroscience and microbial composting at a public high school in New York City. In addition to tutoring work, I was also a teacher's aid for introductory chemistry labs. Through all of these experiences, the one thing I wanted more than anything was for my students to thrive. Starting college, I kne... [more]