I am a graduate of the University of California, Davis with a PhD and over ten years of experience teaching at the college, high school, and middle school levels. I have worked with a huge diversity of students from different backgrounds and with different levels of experience, and find teaching to be incredibly rewarding. I have also been a student myself for much of my life and have developed a variety of teaching and study techniques that can be adapted to all kinds of topics and learnin... [more]
I received a 5 on the AP Biology exam in high school (and all 4s and 5s on other AP exams), and have been teaching introductory life sciences courses at UC Davis for the past three years.
I have 10+ years of professional use of Excel for research and communication.
I got an 800 (out of 800) on my SAT math score in 2004 when I applied to college.
I have served as a teaching assistant for introductory and advanced biology and genetics courses. These courses include material on the mechanics of cellular genetics, population genetics, quantitative genetics, Mendelian genetics, and the role of genetics in evolution.
As part of professional positions and research I have manged multiple Access databases, including designing and implementing new databases and managing 100,000+ lines of data from my own research. I am familiar with query creation, table creation, data sorting, filtering, and writing scripts. I aided my major professor in teaching a Microsoft Access course to an undergraduate seminar in 2012.