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Popular Chemistry Tutors Near Denton

Massa S.

Richardson, TX
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Lindsey F.

Addison, TX
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Junzhi H.

Dallas, TX
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Massa S. Richardson, TX

Subjects Taught

ACT Math, ACT Science, Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Analytical Chemistry, Analytical Geometry, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, AP Statistics, Arabic, Arithmetic, Basic Math, Biochemistry, Biology, Cell Biology, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Discrete Math, Elementary Math, Engineering, English, Genetics, Geometry, GRE, Life Science, Linear Algebra, Math, Molecular Biology, Organic Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics, Pre Algebra, SAT, Science, Statistics, Study Skills, Test Prep, Thermodynamics

About Me


Ph.D., Molecular and Cell Biology, 2013 – University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX
Dissertation: Investigations of Cre-recombinase-mediated DNA-loop formation using Förster Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET)

M.S., Molecular and Cell Biology, 2010 – University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX

B.S., Molecular and Cell Biology, 2008 – University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX
Summa Cum Laude ~ GPA 3.98
Honors Thesis: The Proteus Effect: Stem Cells and Medical Applications

Senior Teaching Assistant, August 2013 to Present
Develop lesson plans and present lectures in BMEN 3361: Thermodynamics and Physical Chemistry in Biomedical Engineering to junior-level undergraduate bioengineering students. Prepare and grade exams. Interface with students to respond to questions and provide additional assistance.
• Successfully teach complex topics to students with diverse backgrounds and academic experience.
• Introduced problem solving workshop to aid students in completing homework and understanding lessons.

Graduate Research Assistant, July 2008 to Present
Conduct interdisciplinary Ph.D. research under National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Science Foundation (NSF) grants to earn degrees in Bioengineering and Molecular and Cell Biology. Collaborate with colleagues on research topics. Supervised and mentored Ph.D. students and undergraduates.
• Established novel kinetic assays for site-specific recombination and DNA-loop formation; developed innovative plasmid-DNA labeling technique; analyzed results using molecular-dynamics simulation.
• Performed extensive hands-on research and literature reviews; developed strong technical skills with a wide range of biochemical, biophysical, and computational techniques.
• Wrote and published articles in respected peer-reviewed journals; received invitations to present at international conferences.
• Research interests include protein-DNA interactions in site-specific recombination and gene regulation; and structure and dynamics of macromolecules in solution and applications in biotechnology.

Teaching Assistant, Spring 2007 to Spring 2009
Taught BIOL 3520: Microbiology Laboratory (Spring ’09) and BIOL 3381: Biochemistry I (Fall ’08, Fall ’07, Spring ’07) to junior- and senior-level undergraduate students. Prepared lab exercises and lesson plans following established curriculum. Graded student performance and provided assistance as needed. Communicated regularly with professor regarding student progress and issues.

1. Investigating Cre-recombinase-mediated DNA looping using FRET: New insights from experiments and simulations. Biophysical Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2014.
2. Keeping You in the Loop: The mechanics of DNA shape and flexibility in biological assemblies. Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, 2014. Host: Dr. Andrew Fire
3. Keeping You in the Loop: The mechanics of DNA shape and flexibility in biological assemblies. Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, 2014. Hosts: Drs. Marjorie Oettinger and Michael Tolstorukov
4. Keeping You in the Loop: The mechanics of DNA shape and flexibility in biological assemblies. Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, 2014. Host: Dr. Merritt Maduke
5. Keeping You in the Loop: The mechanics of DNA shape and flexibility in biological assemblies. University of California, San Francisco, CA, 2014. Host: Dr. Nadav Ahituv
6. Keeping You in the Loop: The mechanics of DNA shape and flexibility in biological assemblies. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, 2014. Hosts: Drs. Ravi Balijepalli, Timothy Kamp, and Jonathan Makielski
7. Keeping You in the Loop: The mechanics of DNA shape and flexibility in biological assemblies. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 2014. Host: Dr. Karolin Luger
8. New insights into the mechanism of Cre recombinase, University of Leeds, UK, 2012. Hosts: Drs. Sarah Harris and Peter Stockley
9. DNA looping mediated by Cre recombinase: new insights from experiments and simulations. Topological Aspects of DNA Function and Protein Folding, Cambridge, UK, 2012.
10. Measurements of DNA-loop formation via Cre-mediated recombination. Discrete and Topological Models in Molecular Biology, Tampa, FL, 2012.
11. Insights into the mechanism of Cre recombinase. American Mathematical Society sectional meeting: Topological Problems in Molecular Biology, Iowa City, IA, 2011.
12. Molecular biology tutorial for mathematicians: American Mathematical Society sectional meeting: Topological Problems in Molecular Biology, Iowa City, IA, 2011.

Featured by the University of Texas at Dallas , Science Daily, and NSF
Harris Award for Best Research Discussion Presentation, University of Texas at Dallas (Spring 2012)
National Science Foundation Travel Award (Spring 2012)
Dean’s List, University of Texas at Dallas (2006-2008)
Phi Theta Kappa (2006)

PCR and DNA isolation / purification
Molecular cloning
DNA topology characterization
Protein purification
Gel electrophoresis and western blotting
Enzyme kinetics
Absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy
DNA bioconjugation chemistry
Atomic-force microscopy (AFM)
MATLAB programming
Molecular-dynamics simulation of DNA and protein-DNA complexes

Lindsey F. Addison, TX

Subjects Taught

Algebra, Algebra 1, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, Basic Math, Biology, Chemistry, Clarinet, College Admissions, Discrete Math, Elementary Math, Geometry, Math, Organic Chemistry, Pre Algebra, Pre Calculus, Science, Spelling, Study Skills, Trigonometry

About Me

I recently moved to the Dallas area.I was previously a Tutor in Chemistry, Math, some Biology, and other basic learning skills at Texarkana College. I am willing to work with anyone, and I am also able to help those who may have special needs or learning disabilities.

Junzhi H. Dallas, TX

Subjects Taught

Algebra, Asian Cooking, Basketball, Cantonese, Chemistry, Chinese, GRE, Mandarin

About Me

Hi, everyone. My name is Junzhi H., as you can see it's a typical Asian name so you might call me Kevin as well. I'm not a professional teacher but I'm sure that I can guide you turn into a professional. Now I'm a international graduate student in Dallas. My hometown is in Guangdong, so I'm a bilingual native speaker in Cantonese and Mandarin. Hopefully meet you soon.

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