6 Microbiology Tutors Found Near Syracuse, NY

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Kyle W.

Microbiology Tutor

East Syracuse, NY 13057

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

4.98 51 ratings

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West Point Graduate - Patient, Empathetic, and Love to share Knowledge

I am a West Point graduate who has been to thirteen countries and traveled through most of the US. In those travels I have experienced a great deal of life, and worked alongside many people in all walks of life. I have studied and learned a wide variety of topics to one degree or another, and am actively learning and continuing my education, and expect to do so throughout my life. I received a cum laude title on the college-level national latin exam in eighth grade; I have had a college-level... [more]

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Ryan W.

Microbiology Tutor

Rome, NY 13440

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

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Biology may seem tough, but I can help you through it

I have taken over 5 courses in Microbiology, getting very high grades in all of them. When I was going for my associate's degree, I was a tutor for a year and a half in microbiology, and I held review sessions before major tests Hello, My name is Ryan, and I help out those who are having trouble in biological sciences. I have a love for biology and the students who I have tutored end up doing much better in that subject. I am also good at algebra and explaining how the formulas work. Currently I work as an animal care technician with Taconic Biosciences, so biology is a major component of wha [more]

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R. H. S.

Microbiology Tutor

Syracuse, NY 13202

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Scientist, medical student, and writer at your service.

I am am MD candidate (microbiology is strongly integrated into every allopathic medical school curriculum). I'm an enthusiastic scientist, writer, and future doctor who can work around your schedule. Science and writing are my specialty. I hold a master's degree in Biomedical Science, dual bachelor's degrees in English and Neuroscience, and am an current MD candidate. I have also been a contributing screenwriter on the Ken Burns documentary "The Emperor of All Maladies," on PBS. I think that the secret to real learning is to foster a genuine love for what you study--lets get there together! [more]

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Ashley W.

Microbiology Tutor

Fulton, NY 13069

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

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Registered Nurse with an associates in Psychology

I am a resistered Nurse and I love helping people... especially students. I love helping students succeed and gain confidence in areas they once were struggling. I love watching the light bulb go off when something actually clicks for students. I love watching students work through the problems and come to the answers on their own when they never thought it was possible. The main area of expertise I tutor in is Anatomy and Physiology, and biology. I also have tutored in statistics, trigonome... [more]

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Kim C.

Microbiology Tutor

Tully, NY 13159

Will travel 30 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 603 ratings

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Compassionate, Experienced Math & Science Tutor, Academic Coach

I taught microbiology and medicine at SUNY Cortland for a couple of years and had so much fun doing so! I have also done research in the plant pathology department at Cornell University. Microbiology is such a fascinating subject ? it?s exploring a whole world that we rarely think about ? but one that is so incredibly important and beneficial to us. As a plant physiologist, I am always fascinated by the way plants defend themselves from microbes and how microbes overcome defense systems. I love the study of microbiology, and I love exciting students about the wonders of the microbial world. [more]

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Matt S.

Microbiology Tutor

Syracuse, NY 13210

Will travel 0 miles

$30 per hour.

4.68 22 ratings

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Patient and enthusiastic about science and math, PhD in Plant Biology

My doctoral work involved tomato breeding and gene mapping of genes for resistance to late blight disease. This highly destructive disease is caused by the oomycete (a fungus-like organism) P. infestans. The work required extensive knowledge of the behavior and life cycle of the organism. Additionally, I have experience with a variety of bacterial, fungal, and viral pathogens common to greenhouses. Courses include undergraduate microbiology and food microbiology, and two semesters of graduate level plant pathology. [more]