I am looking for a genetics tutor. I am a Masters student with a bit of dyslexia and need some help plowing through a very high volume of primary literature (about 28 papers in a 2 month period). I need help putting the methods in the experimental context and also getting a quick sense of the paper's background. The papers are not at all related as they range from cancer genetics to computational microbiology, neuro, and biochemistry in between. While I am comfortable with most things tumor microenvironment, viruses, ALS or fungal infection are not my thing. In short, while I could given twice that time read through and thoroughly understand the papers on my own, the crush in that is my real handicap. The kind of help I'd need would involve that the tutor and I would both read the papers and go over it figure by figure to make sure I get it's content but also the experiments used to support the hypotheses.
- Posted by Tina, Jan 20