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Daniel C.

Certified teacher and PhD researcher for math, science, and more

Certified teacher and PhD researcher for math, science, and more

$60/hour

  • 1,149 hours tutoring

About Daniel


Bio

Hello! I’m Daniel, a molecular biologist and data scientist currently working as the Bioinformatics Scientist for a biotech startup in Miami, FL. I have more than 15 years’ experience in tutoring, both formally and informally, and hold a PhD in cell and molecular biology. In my regular work as a researcher, I've published journal articles on numerous topics in science, including mutagenics, stem cell biology, gene network analysis, integrative data analytics, spinal cord injury repair, and...

Hello! I’m Daniel, a molecular biologist and data scientist currently working as the Bioinformatics Scientist for a biotech startup in Miami, FL. I have more than 15 years’ experience in tutoring, both formally and informally, and hold a PhD in cell and molecular biology. In my regular work as a researcher, I've published journal articles on numerous topics in science, including mutagenics, stem cell biology, gene network analysis, integrative data analytics, spinal cord injury repair, and much more, particularly specializing in stem cell biology and large-scale data analysis and integration.

I currently hold a Florida teacher certification authorization for all middle and high school sciences, and genuinely enjoy helping, and seeing, my students progress in all manner of subjects. During both my undergraduate and graduate training, I held numerous tutoring and teaching positions, both with the schools and privately. Among them, I worked for a physics professor as a researcher and a lab teaching assistant from February 2008 to July 2009 and was a science tutor for the on-campus tutoring service from October 2007 to July 2009 where I tutored algebra, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, calculus, biology, genetics, general/organic/biochemistry, physics I and II, and cell and molecular biology. I tutored disabled students through both my undergraduate university and through the Texas Department of Rehabilitative and Assistive Services, from January 2009 to July 2009. I tutored students privately one-on-one in numerous science and early college math courses from January 2007 to July 2009. Throughout my graduate career (2009-2015) I worked as a Teaching Assistant for the school, primarily in biology, while continuing work as a regular one-on-one private tutor. In addition, I worked throughout grad school with Mad Science as a science “performer”, going to school events, children’s birthday parties, and science classes for elementary and middle school aged kids. I used fun, exciting science experiments, and my


Education

Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
Biomedical Sciences
The University of Texas at San Antonio
PhD

Policies

  • Hourly Rate: $60
  • Rate details: Group rate: 2+ = 25%/hour reduction for every student Cancellation: 5 hour notice to avoid charge. within 5 hours, 25%-75% depending on circumstance. No call/no show charged 100% after 15 min.
  • Lesson cancellation: 5 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 9/26/2017

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Subjects

Business

GRE, Microsoft Excel

Computer

General Computer,

General Computer

I have formal training in programming (C++, Mathematica, and some HTML and python) and have worked with computers since I had the hand-eye coordination needed. I worked on a project for the ONR (Office of Naval Research) as an assistant to the IT manager setting up new computers, keeping track of updates, antivirus, and other general computer duties during my Undergraduate career. In addition, I built my own computer from purchased parts in Undergrad and have helped friends, family members, and clients with numerous computer issues from hardware installation/upgrading, viral removal, hard drive formatting and re-set up to functionalities such as WiFi set up, usage assistance, software installation, and peripheral (printers, scanners, etc.) set up.
Microsoft Excel, SQL

Corporate Training

General Computer,

General Computer

I have formal training in programming (C++, Mathematica, and some HTML and python) and have worked with computers since I had the hand-eye coordination needed. I worked on a project for the ONR (Office of Naval Research) as an assistant to the IT manager setting up new computers, keeping track of updates, antivirus, and other general computer duties during my Undergraduate career. In addition, I built my own computer from purchased parts in Undergrad and have helped friends, family members, and clients with numerous computer issues from hardware installation/upgrading, viral removal, hard drive formatting and re-set up to functionalities such as WiFi set up, usage assistance, software installation, and peripheral (printers, scanners, etc.) set up.
Microsoft Excel, SQL

Elementary Education

Elementary Math, Elementary Science

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I initially took algebra I in 7th grade, moving up consistently and taking calculus BC in high school my senior year, getting A's and B's all throughout. During my years of undergraduate work ('05-'09) I tutored in numerous levels of math, including sticking with the basic algebra assistance.
Biology,

Biology

I graduated with a BS in Biomedical Sciences degree and a minor in Chemistry in 2009 and a PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology in 2015. During my schooling in both college and graduate school I tutored extensively for biology, genetics, microbiology, physiology, and cell and molecular biologies.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

During my undergraduate training, I took advanced courses in chemistry including organic, biochem, instrumental analysis, and physical chemistry. In addition, I worked as a research assistant during organic chemistry to perform chiral separations of a new drug. I graduated with a minor in chemistry (majored in biomedical sciences). I continue to perform a great deal of chemistry-centric work, focusing on drug discovery and modifications.
Algebra 2, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, SAT Math

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I initially took algebra I in 7th grade, moving up consistently and taking calculus BC in high school my senior year, getting A's and B's all throughout. During my years of undergraduate work ('05-'09) I tutored in numerous levels of math, including sticking with the basic algebra assistance.
ACT Math, Algebra 2, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, SAT Math

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I initially took algebra I in 7th grade, moving up consistently and taking calculus BC in high school my senior year, getting A's and B's all throughout. During my years of undergraduate work ('05-'09) I tutored in numerous levels of math, including sticking with the basic algebra assistance.
Biology,

Biology

I graduated with a BS in Biomedical Sciences degree and a minor in Chemistry in 2009 and a PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology in 2015. During my schooling in both college and graduate school I tutored extensively for biology, genetics, microbiology, physiology, and cell and molecular biologies.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

During my undergraduate training, I took advanced courses in chemistry including organic, biochem, instrumental analysis, and physical chemistry. In addition, I worked as a research assistant during organic chemistry to perform chiral separations of a new drug. I graduated with a minor in chemistry (majored in biomedical sciences). I continue to perform a great deal of chemistry-centric work, focusing on drug discovery and modifications.
Algebra 2, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus

Music

Music Theory

Science

Biology,

Biology

I graduated with a BS in Biomedical Sciences degree and a minor in Chemistry in 2009 and a PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology in 2015. During my schooling in both college and graduate school I tutored extensively for biology, genetics, microbiology, physiology, and cell and molecular biologies.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

During my undergraduate training, I took advanced courses in chemistry including organic, biochem, instrumental analysis, and physical chemistry. In addition, I worked as a research assistant during organic chemistry to perform chiral separations of a new drug. I graduated with a minor in chemistry (majored in biomedical sciences). I continue to perform a great deal of chemistry-centric work, focusing on drug discovery and modifications.
Genetics,

Genetics

I have a PhD in molecular biology which focused on DNA mutagenesis. I was trained in a lab that studied spermatogenesis and, by extension, was heavily genetics-centric. In addition, I've taken graduate level courses in genetics and taught the class at a college level, as well as having tutored the class in one-on-one sessions.
Organic Chemistry,

Organic Chemistry

As an undergraduate, I minored in chemistry. This included, amongst other classes, taking organic chemistry I and II, in both of which I received A's. In addition, I worked with my organic chemistry professors on a pharmaceutical separation project, heavily involving determination of reagent and product structures, chiral separation by NMR, and more.
ACT Science, Biochemistry, Physical Science

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I initially took algebra I in 7th grade, moving up consistently and taking calculus BC in high school my senior year, getting A's and B's all throughout. During my years of undergraduate work ('05-'09) I tutored in numerous levels of math, including sticking with the basic algebra assistance.
Biology,

Biology

I graduated with a BS in Biomedical Sciences degree and a minor in Chemistry in 2009 and a PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology in 2015. During my schooling in both college and graduate school I tutored extensively for biology, genetics, microbiology, physiology, and cell and molecular biologies.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

During my undergraduate training, I took advanced courses in chemistry including organic, biochem, instrumental analysis, and physical chemistry. In addition, I worked as a research assistant during organic chemistry to perform chiral separations of a new drug. I graduated with a minor in chemistry (majored in biomedical sciences). I continue to perform a great deal of chemistry-centric work, focusing on drug discovery and modifications.
Algebra 2, GED, Geometry, SAT Math

Test Preparation

ACT Math, ACT Science, ASVAB, GED, GRE, SAT Math

Ratings and Reviews


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Reviews


Love the session

My daughter is feeling more confident about the subject. She understand better and is more prepared. Daniel knows the topics before the class so they can take advantage of time. Wonderful

Celia, 7 lessons with Daniel

Excellent teacher

My daughters classes have been very helpful. These beneficial topics that the teacher has taught has solidified her understanding which is an amazing job making her understanding the topic she was struggling on.

Sabrina, 9 lessons with Daniel

Amazing knowledge, fun and relatable interaction

I needed some very specific insight about biology and drug discovery for my job. Daniel was so helpful and knowledgable. He know everything! It was fun and relaxed for me to ask all of my questions, no matter how basic. Thank you Daniel!

Katherine, 1 lesson with Daniel

Patient tutor and very knowledgeable

Reviewed molecular biology techniques and math concepts. I am very pleased and would like to continue with his tutoring services in the future. He is patient and cares to dumb down concepts into manageable information pieces without making you feel ashamed.

Cendy, 7 lessons with Daniel

Thanks so much!

Daniel C was amazing and I knocked out my quiz! I had been struggling with the concepts for a few days and I was able to have a brief session with daniel and I understood everything, thanks so much!

Ebone, 5 lessons with Daniel

Great, knowledgeable Tutor

Daniel is a great tutor, he helped my daughter better understand the Energy of electron. Very recommended. Thank you.

Ronit(Emmy) , 1 lesson with Daniel

Great teacher, very kind and good at just clarifying

He is a great and fun teacher and definitely helped clarify my struggles in bio. Would definitely do more sessions amazing teacher overall can’t say that enough.

Chenoa, 1 lesson with Daniel

Great personality and great with kids.

Daniel took his time to do a math assessment for my 12-year-old son. I received the areas of focus and good suggestions to establish a practice routine for my son.

Gina, 1 lesson with Daniel

Excellent tutor for sciences

He has been working with my daughter -- a junior in hs -- for this semester and has given her much confidence and increased ability in the subject. She looks forward to the sessions and grades have definitely gone up!

Edith, 42 lessons with Daniel
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