University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Molecular Biology)
Illinois Institute Of Technology (Enrolled)
I graduated in 2013 from the University of Illinois studying Molecular and Cellular Biology with a minor in Political Science. I am currently working full time as a scientist while attending Illinois Institute of Technology for my Masters in Science specializing in Microbiology.
I am just starting my career in tutoring, but I really enjoy helping students really grasp a concept in biology. Biology is at the center of everything else we do. Without it, we would not exist. There are so many details, and it can be hard to understand, but when it all comes together, it can be truly astounding.
While in undergrad, I took a variety of science courses. Along with my general Molecular Biology courses and labs, I took specialized courses in Genetics and Genomics, Immunology, Advanced Microbiology, and Cellular Disease and Microbiology, I took 2 courses in chemistry, 2 chemistry lab classes, and an organic chemistry class and lab. While in high school I also took the AP Biology and Chemistry courses, which allowed me to transfer credit to Illinois.
In graduate school I have continued to study Molecular Biology and Microbiology, as well as Virology. I apply my knowledge every day at work.
Please contact me so that I can help you learn more about biology! I am available on weekends and after 5pm on weekdays. I graduated in 2013 from the University of Illinois studying Molecular and Cellular Biology with a minor in Political Science. I am currently working full time as a scientist while attending Illinois Institute of
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