6 Genetics Tutors Found Near Spokane, WA

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Paul K.

Genetics Tutor

Sagle, ID 83860

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

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Fun, dynamic and experienced teacher and tutor.

As a biology major, I was required to complete a 4 credit genetics course which included a lab concentrating on genetics of the fruit fly. As an experienced biology teacher, I was required to teach a unit on genetics. Since evolution was also a required component and with genetic mutation being the raw material for species changing over time, this was also included in both my college coursework and high school curriculum. I am an experienced science teacher with both classroom experience as well as having one-on-one tutoring experience. When I was a high school student I remember struggling [more]

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Karen Y.

Genetics Tutor

Coeur D Alene, ID 83815

Will travel 40 miles

$75 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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Rogue Evil Scientist

I am a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences trained with the National Institutes of Health and the Johns Hopkins University. My field of expertise is in the investigation of pathogenesis of Multiple Sclerosis, a neurodegenerative disease with genetic basis. I am one of the first researchers in field to have use molecular genetics techniques to generate humanized transgenic mice to study the disease. With extensive experiences in biology, I specialize in fun and creative ways to teach and learn science. I focus on teaching students how to understand basic concepts and how to link these concepts toge [more]

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Genetics Tutor

Richland, WA 99352

Will travel 10 miles

$25 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings


Biology and Chemistry Tutor

My knowledge of genetic comes mainly from my course of study in Biology and tutoring practice and reviews. I have had the opportunity to review and practice recently with College students on concepts like the core of Genetics. Genes and chromosomes, DNA and RNA, duplication, translation and transduction of genetic material from DNA to RNA for the synthesis of proteins. Cell cycle and its phases, differences between mitosis and meiosis, crossing over and number of cells resulting from both divisions, haploids and diploids. Mendel laws and cross between mono and dihybrids, generations, proba [more]

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Dallin B.

Genetics Tutor

Pasco, WA 99301

Will travel 25 miles

$30 per hour.

4.85 26 ratings

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Recent College Graduate Specializing in Biology and Chemistry

My degree requires an understanding of many genetic concepts as well as classes in genetics and developmental biology. I've also worked in a research lab doing genetic testing on chick embryos. I recently graduated with a degree in Physiology and Developmental Biology. While completing my undergraduate work I developed a great appreciation for learning, particularly math and science. I am passionate about these topics and try to bring this passion to my tutoring approach. I like to make learning fun and enjoyable. I also believe that understanding the basic principle of a question is the m [more]

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DanielG G.

Genetics Tutor

Genesee, ID 83832

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.8 5 ratings

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Biomolecular Sci Prof

I have a BS, MS and PhD in the biological and biochemical sciences and in my university training took several course in genetics including general, quantitative/population and molecular genetics. Since I obtained my PhD in 1984 I have conducted research in biochemical and molecular genetics as evidenced by my publication record. Since 1991 I have taught at the University as faculty in numerous courses which I designed that had as a basic component, genetics. I have gained my ability to tutor by living the last 28 years as a science professor. The skills I have learned in the classroom and i [more]

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Ami P.

Genetics Tutor

Spokane, WA 99216

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Doctorate-level scientist available for science tutoring

I have taken multiple college-level courses featuring human genetics as part of the core curriculum and have four years of experience cloning human genes and analyzing their sequences. My dissertation is specifically on the topic of pharmacogenetics, the study of how human genetic variation influences how people respond to various pharmaceuticals. I've written and published 3 peer-reviewed original research articles detailing how genetic variation could influence how breast cancer patients respond to a widely used medication called exemestane. [more]