M.Sc. Physiology & Biophysics, Georgetown University
B.S. Biological Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara
Tutoring the ISEE, biology, and academic subjects K–12 since 2007.
Morris received his undergraduate degree, a bachelor’s in biological sciences, at the University of California, Santa Barbara and his master’s in physiology and biophysics from Georgetown University. After graduation, Morris began working at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he conducted research studying triple negative breast cancer and published his work multiple times in the International Journal of Proteomics. Throughout his tenure as a student and a researcher, Morris has always focused his energy on educating others. This passion for instruction has amounted to over a decade of teaching experience tutoring at the K-12, college, and even graduate school level. His focus is to help his students not only learn the subject they are having difficulties with, but to also teach his students how to become self-sufficient and efficient learners.
- While at Georgetown University, Morris graduated within the top 10% of his class.
- Morris is a published research scientist for work on triple negative breast cancer.
- Morris says his conversational skills are definitely his “secret weapon.” When random people start talking to him, they won’t stop until they “over-share.”
- He is a tinkerer with a slight obsession with woodworking.