Tutor Dr Stephanie T. of Southington CT USA tutors homework help in Science
International Tutor outside USA

Location: Southington CT USA

Tutoring and Homework Help

Expertise: Science
Subjects: Anatomy, Biochemistry, Biology, Elementary Science, Logic, Physics, Physiology

Dr Stephanie T. of Southington CT USA Tutor Profile

Tutor Personal Information

Name: Dr Stephanie T.
Gender: Female   Age: 41-50
Tutoring Style and/or Experience

I work with each student to individualize my approach to their needs. Thus each initial encounter also includes an assessment of the student's strengths and weaknesses and study habits. Tutoring includes helping students with content, but also focuses on helping them develop a study pattern that maximizes their learning and memorization of the material.

Tutoring Fee and Tutors Availability

Grades Tutored: Pre-K / Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High School, High School, College, Graduate
Days Available: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Contract Availability: Long Term or Open-Ended Tutoring Commitments.
Tutoring Rates: $60.00 to $70.00
Sliding Scale: This tutor offers a sliding scale for students with economic hardships.

Tutor Background

Time Spent Tutoring: More than 10 years
Students Tutored: More than 50
Special/Focus Groups: Gifted/Talented, Home Schooling, Learning Disabilities, Remedial
Educational Level: Ph.D.
Major: Physiology and Neuorscience
School: University of Connecticut
Awards National Excellence in Leadership Award 2012
National Society of Leadership and Success (Invited Member) 2012

“The receptor tyrosine kinase met and its ligand hepatocyte growth factor are clustered at excitatory synapses and can enhance clustering of synaptic proteins.” Tyndall, S. and Walikonis, R. July 2006; Cell Cycle

“Signaling by hepatocyte growth factor in neurons is induced by pharmacological stimulation of synaptic activity.” Tyndall, S. and Walikonis, R. Apr 2007; Synapse

“Hepatocyte growth factor-induced enhancement of dendritic branches is blocked by inhibitors of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors and calcium/calmodulin-dependent kinases.” Tyndall, S., Patel S. and Walikonis, R. August 2007; J Neurosci Res
Teacher Certification: No

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