6 Microbiology Tutors Found Near Round Rock, TX



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Nicholas K.

Microbiology Tutor

Austin, TX 78723

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 446 ratings

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Pre-Medicine Polymath: A Tutor For All

The ultimate purpose of an education is to cultivate your intellectual capabilities so that you may create the opportunities for your own self-fulfillment. Thus, an educational experience is one in which you are provided a challenging environment to explore, inquire, and achieve in your own way. My objective then as your tutor is to construct such an environment wherein these abilities may be maximally developed so that you are empowered to accomplish your specific goals. In doing so, I will... [more]


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Rose-Anne M.

Microbiology Tutor

Austin, TX 78741

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 326 ratings

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Full-time Biology and Chemistry Tutor: Empowering Students

I'm in the business of making students happy. At the end of the day, that's my goal. I want to make learning fun and exciting. My passion for knowledge led me to graduate school and a PhD in biology. Now as a tutor, I am always learning new things about my subject areas and study skills. I've written several WyzAnt blog posts that offer my advice and perspective on learning science; feel free to check them out! I earned a PhD in neuroscience (Northwestern University, 2009), and I have te... [more]


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Victor P.

Microbiology Tutor

Austin, TX 78730

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

4.96 206 ratings

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A surgeon who is fun, patient, experienced and loves teaching!

I have completed multiple courses on Microbiology as part of my Biology college degree (1995), Clinical Microbiology in Medical School (2000), as well as having studied it again for my surgical post-graduate qualification (Member of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons) which I successfully completed it in 2009. Since completing Medical School (2002) I have worked in a clinical setting administering antibiotics and attending regular Microbiology and Infectious Diseases conferences for 9 years. Learning and sharing knowledge are my life. As a medical doctor and surgeon I?ve done plenty of studying [more]



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James T.

Microbiology Tutor

Austin, TX 78754

Will travel 25 miles

$42 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Molecular Biologist

I am currently an intern with the Texas Department of State Health Services Molecular Biology Lab. I have experience in molecular and conventional serotyping of Salmonella and Shigella. I understand the adaptive and innate immune system. I've developed and validated numerous SOPs for the State Molecular Lab including an intestinal parasite screen using real time PCR. I am a medical technologist with the Texas Department of State Health Services in the Biochemistry and Genetics department of the Newborn Screening lab. I recently received my Associates of Applied Science, in Biotechnolgy, from A [more]


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Hannah B.

Microbiology Tutor

Austin, TX 78750

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

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Comprehensive Science Tutor

I am a UNCC alumni currently teaching Earth Science and Biology at Charlotte Engineering Early College. I grew up in Concord, and taught for three years at Jay M. Robinson High School before accepting my current role in CMS. I have taught: AP Environmental Science, Chemistry, Earth Science, Biology, and Physical Science. In my classroom, I act as facilitator encouraging students to try and discover scientific concepts. I have also worked at Swan Learning Center providing homework support ... [more]


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Bret V.

Microbiology Tutor

Austin, TX 78749

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

4.92 12 ratings

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PhD Chemist - experienced Gen Chemistry, Organic Chem, and math tutor

I know the value of a good instructor and good study habits. When I tutor, I assess both the strengths and weaknesses that the learner has, allowing for a far more efficient tutoring session. Learning should be a rewarding, fun experience and best done by using examples and showing the utility of the subject in every day life. I have a record of improving my students scores quite dramatically in a number of subjects that are below average, like a high level high school pitcher getting a 4 ... [more]