I am currently a lab researcher at the university of Chicago studying protein biochemistry. My degree is in general biology, giving me the experience to tutor in almost any aspect of biology you may need. I have also studied the German language for 8 years, I was a double major. And have spent five months living in German speaking countries. As an undergrad I received the Leibniz prize for German students demonstrating the most development in four years. I studied at Centre college in Danvi... [more]
I have received my B.S. in biology. I have 3 years of technical biology research experience, including microbiology, plant biology, and molecular biology/biochemistry.
I have coursework in vertebrate morphology, the natural history of vertebrates, ecology, and marine ecology. Those all focused on individual animals either for the entire course or selected sections.
I have taken and passed plant sciences at the college level, as well as ecology (which has a very heavy botany component). I also worked in a plant pathology lab for one year, during which I was responsible for growing healthy plants, and maintaining plant pathogen stocks.
I have taken multiple genetics-related courses. These include: evolutionary genetics, virology(much work was done on the study of viral genomes, microbiology(bacterial genome) and in molecular biology we covered some molecular genetics. I also work in a lab employing genetic techniques on a regular basis.