6 Biochemistry Tutors Found Near St. Louis, MO

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Michael S.

Biochemistry Tutor

Saint Louis, MO 63110

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

4.98 134 ratings

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Med Student MCAT and Science Tutor

Hi I'm Mike! I graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology and I am currently a medical student at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine. As a tutor, I specialize in teaching science subjects and MCAT preparation. I am able to thoroughly and efficiently prepare students for the MCAT thanks to my customized MCAT curriculum that I?ve developed and edited over the past 3 years. I?ve helped many students excel on the MCAT by using this curri... [more]

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Wendi N.

Biochemistry Tutor

Saint Louis, MO 63108

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

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Biological Sciences, Essays, Applications, Reading Skills

I have a BS in Biochemistry from Cornell University (with honors and distinction) and a PhD in Biochemistry from The Rockefeller University, although my training also encompasses neuroscience, genetics, and molecular biology. I'm enthusiastic about science, but more importantly, I approach my tutoring sessions with a sense of humor, and I have a creative style to help students better understand otherwise difficult concepts. I have considerable expertise in the biological sciences, includin... [more]

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Michael B.

Biochemistry Tutor

Saint Louis, MO 63112

Will travel 15 miles

$20 per hour.

4.75 8 ratings

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Pre-Medical, Pre-Health, MCAT, and Test Prep Tutor

Hi, my name is Michael. I attend Saint Louis University School of Medicine and recently completed my Pre-Health Certificate at Cal State Fullerton. I previously worked as a tutor in the College of Natural Science and Mathematics, where I helped dozens of students in general chemistry, biology, physics, and organic chemistry. I have also completed The Princeton Review's SAT teacher training program. The student body at CSUF is very diverse, and I am extremely comfortable working with stude... [more]

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Agostinho R.

Biochemistry Tutor

Saint Louis, MO 63117

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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(PhD) Experienced biochemist and molecular biologist

I am a scientist who enjoys doing research as much as teaching. Trained at the most competitive institutions, I completed my Ph.D. in Germany (University of Munich) and my postdoctoral training at an Ivy League institution (University of Pennsylvania). Since then I?ve been doing research here in St. Louis. I taught Cell Biology and started tutoring biochemistry to college students in 2010. The most amazing thing is that those complex pathways can actually be easy to understand and fun to st... [more]

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Lincoln M.

Biochemistry Tutor

Saint Louis, MO 63130

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Wash U MD-PhD grad with 10+ years of tutoring experience!

Hello there! I am currently a 7th year MD-PhD student at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis going to become a surgical oncologist. My PhD is in Molecular Cell Biology and I intend to do cancer research part-time as a clinician. I have over 10 years of tutoring, both small group and privately in Math (Trig to Algebra to Calculus), Physical Sciences (Physics, Chem and Physical Chem all levels) and Biological Sciences (Biology, Biochem, Anatomy, Physiology, etc. at all levels... [more]

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Andrew S.

Biochemistry Tutor

Saint Louis, MO 63122

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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PhD Biologist Tutor for Middle School through College

I have both a Master's and PhD degrees in Neurobiology, with extensive experience in biochemistry, anatomy, molecular biology, cell biology, and physiology. As such, I am extremely well-suited to teach these subjects to a wide variety of students. My teaching experiences have given me insight to keep myself firmly rooted at a foundational level of any field in which I choose to teach, and my empathy for the challenges many students encounter in approaching the rigor of biological sciences stems from having humbly met and overcome many of these same hurdles. I have learned to meet students at [more]