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Mad Scientist Tutoring

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 with Wayne Burrows






short description:
In biology, chemistry, health, nutrition, some math areas
 
long description:
High school and college biology and chemistry (almost all areas) are comfortable for me. Statistics, and some math classes are also well within my knowledge base. Otherwise, individual requests will be considered.
 
level of difficulty:
all welcome
 
minimum class size:
1
 
availability:
Fairly extensive hours of availability. I'm in Midwest Daylight Saving Time (US), and most evenings & weekends work well for me.
 
fee comments:
Hourly
 
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Mad Scientist Tutoring

live session

In biology, chemistry, health, nutrition, some math areas


1h 0m














languages: English
fee: 20US$  (200lp)
payment: on satisfaction
delivery method: live online

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Wayne Burrows



description of :
As a retired physician, I became a college faculty member in a computational & natural sciences Department. Thus, I have teaching experience, plus a wealth of knowledge in various aspects of science and mathematics.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
CURRICULUM VITAE

WAYNE R BURROWS, MD (ret)
1412 S Diamond St
Jacksonville, IL 62650
217-370-0518

EMPLOYMENT

1. (Current): Assistant Professor, Sciences Division
Benedictine University at Springfield
1500 N 5th St; Springfield, IL 62702
Jan 2006-present

Courses Taught: Medical Terminology; Organic Chemistry; Organic and Biological Chemistry Survey; General Chemistry; Environmental Biology; Nutrition; Personal and Community Health. (Four courses currently on-line).

Committees: Curriculum Committee, Academic Evaluation Committee, Surplus Equipment Sales Committee

2. (Former): Adjunct at Lincoln Land Community College
Springfield, IL

Courses Taught: General Biology; Anatomy and Physiology; Microbiology; Medical Terminology; Nutrition.

3. (Former): Adjunct at MacMurray College
Jacksonville, IL

Courses Taught: Genetics, Biochemistry

4. Private Practice; OB/GYN; Jacksonville, IL 2000-2005
(Retired from medicine)

5. Staff OB/GYN; Pittsfield Community Hospital; Pittsfield, IL
(OB unit at the hospital closed)

6. Assitant Professor, OB/GYN
University of South Carolina
College of Medicine
Columbia, SC

Duties: Director of Medical Student Education; Resident Research Coordinator; Curriculum Committee; Faculty Senate; Director, Obstetrical Research Lab
(Desired change of career)
7. Instructor in OB/GYN
Case-Western Reserve University
MetroHealth Medical Center
Cleveland, Ohio
(Employment with the institution during Fellowship)

8. US Air Force, Capt-Maj
Homestead AFB, FL
(Staff OB/GYN) – 1986-1990

EDUCATION

1. MD Degree
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, SC (1982)

2. PhD Program, Biochemistry
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, SC
(Dropped out to attend medical school)

3. BA-Biology & Chemistry
Drury College
Springfield, MO (1974)

POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION

1. Fellowship, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Case-Western Reserve University
MetroHealth Medical Center
Cleveland, Ohio (1990-1992)

2. OB/GYN Residency
Grady Hospital; Emory University Affiliated Hospitals
Atlanta, GA (1982-86)

PUBLICATIONS (Books & Primary Author, only)

1. Shunts In Fetal Surgery; Asmead GG and Burrows WR; In Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn (1999); v2; Chapman and Hall Medical; ISBN: 0412391600.

2. Safety and Efficacy of Early Postoperative Solid Food Consumption After Cesarean Section; Burrows, WR (et al.); J Reprod Med (1995) 40:66; 463-7.

3. Warming Fluid For Amnioinfusion During Labor; Burrows WR (et al.); J Reprod Med (1995) 40:2; 123-6.
REFERENCES
CURRICULUM VITAE

WAYNE R BURROWS, MD (ret)
1412 S Diamond St
Jacksonville, IL 62650
217-370-0518

EMPLOYMENT

1. (Current): Assistant Professor, Sciences Division
Benedictine University at Springfield
1500 N 5th St; Springfield, IL 62702
Jan 2006-present

Courses Taught: Medical Terminology; Organic Chemistry; Organic and Biological Chemistry Survey; General Chemistry; Environmental Biology; Nutrition; Personal and Community Health. (Four courses currently on-line).

Committees: Curriculum Committee, Academic Evaluation Committee, Surplus Equipment Sales Committee

2. (Former): Adjunct at Lincoln Land Community College
Springfield, IL

Courses Taught: General Biology; Anatomy and Physiology; Microbiology; Medical Terminology; Nutrition.

3. (Former): Adjunct at MacMurray College
Jacksonville, IL

Courses Taught: Genetics, Biochemistry

4. Private Practice; OB/GYN; Jacksonville, IL 2000-2005
(Retired from medicine)

5. Staff OB/GYN; Pittsfield Community Hospital; Pittsfield, IL
(OB unit at the hospital closed)

6. Assitant Professor, OB/GYN
University of South Carolina
College of Medicine
Columbia, SC

Duties: Director of Medical Student Education; Resident Research Coordinator; Curriculum Committee; Faculty Senate; Director, Obstetrical Research Lab
(Desired change of career)
7. Instructor in OB/GYN
Case-Western Reserve University
MetroHealth Medical Center
Cleveland, Ohio
(Employment with the institution during Fellowship)

8. US Air Force, Capt-Maj
Homestead AFB, FL
(Staff OB/GYN) – 1986-1990

EDUCATION

1. MD Degree
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, SC (1982)

2. PhD Program, Biochemistry
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, SC
(Dropped out to attend medical school)

3. BA-Biology & Chemistry
Drury College
Springfield, MO (1974)

POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION

1. Fellowship, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Case-Western Reserve University
MetroHealth Medical Center
Cleveland, Ohio (1990-1992)

2. OB/GYN Residency
Grady Hospital; Emory University Affiliated Hospitals
Atlanta, GA (1982-86)

PUBLICATIONS (Books & Primary Author, only)

1. Shunts In Fetal Surgery; Asmead GG and Burrows WR; In Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn (1999); v2; Chapman and Hall Medical; ISBN: 0412391600.

2. Safety and Efficacy of Early Postoperative Solid Food Consumption After Cesarean Section; Burrows, WR (et al.); J Reprod Med (1995) 40:66; 463-7.

3. Warming Fluid For Amnioinfusion During Labor; Burrows WR (et al.); J Reprod Med (1995) 40:2; 123-6.
REFERENCES
CURRICULUM VITAE

WAYNE R BURROWS, MD (ret)
1412 S Diamond St
Jacksonville, IL 62650
217-370-0518

EMPLOYMENT

1. (Current): Assistant Professor, Sciences Division
Benedictine University at Springfield
1500 N 5th St; Springfield, IL 62702
Jan 2006-present

Courses Taught: Medical Terminology; Organic Chemistry; Organic and Biological Chemistry Survey; General Chemistry; Environmental Biology; Nutrition; Personal and Community Health. (Four courses currently on-line).

Committees: Curriculum Committee, Academic Evaluation Committee, Surplus Equipment Sales Committee

2. (Former): Adjunct at Lincoln Land Community College
Springfield, IL

Courses Taught: General Biology; Anatomy and Physiology; Microbiology; Medical Terminology; Nutrition.

3. (Former): Adjunct at MacMurray College
Jacksonville, IL

Courses Taught: Genetics, Biochemistry

4. Private Practice; OB/GYN; Jacksonville, IL 2000-2005
(Retired from medicine)

5. Staff OB/GYN; Pittsfield Community Hospital; Pittsfield, IL
(OB unit at the hospital closed)

6. Assitant Professor, OB/GYN
University of South Carolina
College of Medicine
Columbia, SC

Duties: Director of Medical Student Education; Resident Research Coordinator; Curriculum Committee; Faculty Senate; Director, Obstetrical Research Lab
(Desired change of career)
7. Instructor in OB/GYN
Case-Western Reserve University
MetroHealth Medical Center
Cleveland, Ohio
(Employment with the institution during Fellowship)

8. US Air Force, Capt-Maj
Homestead AFB, FL
(Staff OB/GYN) – 1986-1990

EDUCATION

1. MD Degree
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, SC (1982)

2. PhD Program, Biochemistry
Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, SC
(Dropped out to attend medical school)

3. BA-Biology & Chemistry
Drury College
Springfield, MO (1974)

POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION

1. Fellowship, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Case-Western Reserve University
MetroHealth Medical Center
Cleveland, Ohio (1990-1992)

2. OB/GYN Residency
Grady Hospital; Emory University Affiliated Hospitals
Atlanta, GA (1982-86)

PUBLICATIONS (Books & Primary Author, only)

1. Shunts In Fetal Surgery; Asmead GG and Burrows WR; In Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn (1999); v2; Chapman and Hall Medical; ISBN: 0412391600.

2. Safety and Efficacy of Early Postoperative Solid Food Consumption After Cesarean Section; Burrows, WR (et al.); J Reprod Med (1995) 40:66; 463-7.

3. Warming Fluid For Amnioinfusion During Labor; Burrows WR (et al.); J Reprod Med (1995) 40:2; 123-6.


 
's preferred teaching style:
I've used a variety of techniques online, including PowerPoint presentations, and use of games. I'm open to new methods, as well.
 



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