...I am excited to get to know my future students and hope to build a mature academic relationship from which we can both learn. I averaged a 3.5 GPA in my organic chemistry sequence at the University of Washington. I tutored a few of my peers when they started the sequence, and I saw how much it helped to walk them through the steps of all the reactions.
Campbell, CAView Tutor
...I am a PhD student in computational neuroscience at UC Berkeley. Python is the language of choice for computational neuroscience. I have implemented many systems in Python: machine learning algorithms, data processing pipelines, data munging scripts, parallelized algorithms for clusters, and command line applications.
Berkeley, CAView Tutor
...I attended college at the University of Chicago from 2010-2014, where I double-majored in biology and mathematics. I then decided to take two gap years before medical school, and worked as a computational biologist at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard in Boston, MA. There I developed extensive experience using programming and statistics to mine cancer genome data.
Stanford, CAView Tutor
...I always bring plenty of worksheets and multiple choice questions of the complexity level you will actually encounter in your exams. This is specially true for the redesigned AP Biology and AP chemistry exams. I have excelled in diverse courses during my Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D studies, receiving amongst the highest GPA scores.
Sunnyvale, CAView Tutor
...My undergraduate degree is in Biochemistry and while working towards it I earned a minor in Biology with a special focus on pharmacology. While enrolled I tutored students in chemistry courses and worked with them as a laboratory assistant. In graduate school my course work ranged from physiology and pharmacology to chemical biology and biotechnology.
San Gregorio, CAView Tutor