Dr. William Davidson teaches, tutors and mentors subjects in science and math.
Bill earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biology at Western Washington University, WA, his Master’s degree in Marine Biochemistry at the University of Delaware, DE and his PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at Thomas Jefferson University, PA. He was a recipient of the Ruth Kirstein NIH Fellowship and has published several peer reviewed articles on the modulation of radiation response in zebrafish.
He worked as a post-Doctoral Researcher of Biochemistry and molecular pharmacology in cancer progression at the University of Colorado and served as an Adjunct professor of Chemistry and Biology at Colleges in New Jersey, Colorado and Texas. Bill also holds secondary school Science teacher certifications for both Texas and Colorado and taught 7-12 grade Science for two years.
He enjoys playing guitar, hockey and the outdoors, as well as, biking and fossil hunting.