I'm a scientist for the government agency NIST, where I work genome editing measurements science for gene and cell therapy. I hold a doctorate from Purdue University in Molecular Pharmacology and a bachelors degree in Biology from Tuskegee University. My favorite subjects are biology (of course!), biochemistry, and physics!
I have taught and developed curriculum for two freshmen biology courses at Tuskegee for two years and 2nd-year pharmacy students' Immunology course at Purdue for one year. During that time, I have tutored students ranging from high school juniors to 3rd-year pharmacy and graduate students. I have tutored in all science subjects including biochemistry, immunology, organic chemistry, and microbiology. I have also tutored in some math subjects and physics.