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professional online Physiology tutor LAUREN
Exercise and Health Science University of Bath
Experience Exercise Science teacher with AFHEA qualification. Previous experience teaching at University of Bath. Specialisms include Physiology, Statistics/Research Design, Applied Sports Science, Immunology
5.0
69 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Marisa
Pharmacology North West University
I'm a passionate, well balanced university lecturer and researcher in Pharmacology. I specialize in cardiovascular and neuropsychiatric pharmacology as well as preclinical and clinical research in these areas.
5.0
249 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Dr William James
Medical Sciences, Anatomy and Surgery University of Medical Science, Keele University School of Medicine, Queen Margaret's University
I am an experienced professor of anatomy, histology and embryology. I have spent several years in the health services sector and within medical education. My specialist subject is that of human anatomy. I cover all aspects of clinical anatomy, embryology and histology. Anatomy is a vast subject within the basic medical and healthcare sciences and I strongly believe in the importance of the subject... see more
5.0
669 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Gareth
Anatomical Sciences Leeds University
A tutor who thrives in seeing the progress that can be made 1 on 1 with a student by focusing on those key details which are the difference between one grade and the next.
5.0
1313 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Steve
Zoology University of London
A highly experienced, motivate tertiary educator/lecturer/professor - committed to providing an effective first-class learning experience.
5.0
32 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Stefan
Pharmacology MSci University College London
One of my greatest passions is furthering my knowledge and understanding of science through my work and being able to pass that knowledge on to ambitious students.
4.9
682 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Bryce
Biochemistry University of Cambridge
I am a PhD student in molecular biology at the German Cancer Research Centre. I recently completed my Bachelors in Natural Sciences and Masters in Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge. I have had significant tutoring experience and am enthusiastic about educating others in a field I am passionate about.
5.0
128 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Rachael
Biological Sciences The University of Birmingham
Experienced teacher in Secondary, and Higher Education Science
I understand that people have a different learning curve so I aim to adopt teaching methods that work best for each tutee.

5.0
49 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Ramsay
Medicine and Biomedical Sciences University
My overall philosophy of teaching is simple: I hope to make the students that I interact with somehow richer from their experience(s) with me.
5.0
666 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Busra
BSc Biology QMUL
Graduate medical student with a bachelors degree in biology and a passion for tutoring all age groups, up to and including A-level in biology, and GCSE in maths and chemistry.
4.9
12 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Tyra
Pharmacy/PhD De Montfort University
I am a research active pharmacologist and have more than 20 years of experience in educating undergraduate MPharm and Pharmaceutical Sciences students at Leicester School of Pharmacy.
4.9
20 hours taught
professional online Physiology tutor Darren
Medicine and Surgery, Pharmacology, Neuropsychopharmacology Imperial College London
Medical doctor with broad pharmacology academic research background. Diverse teaching and tutoring back ground to various undergraduate and post-graduate audiences.
5.0
professional online Physiology tutor Munad-Ar-Rehman
Medicine St Georges University of London and UCL
I am a medical Student in London and a highly-experienced tutor with over 700+ hours of tutoring experience over 3+ years. Many of my students have gone onto achieve their potential by gaining entrance into London Medical Schools, and achieve A*s and A's at A-levels.
I have developed and instil within my students an "optimal study strategy" - to help students achieve highly and excel in their stud... see more
5.0
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Why study Physiology?

A degree in physiology can open up a variety of career paths for you, including sports medicine, physical therapy, cardiology, and podiatry. Physiologists study the body systems of humans and animals and how they do or do not function normally. This knowledge can be used to treat conditions that affect every area of your life, such as sports medicine for athletes or cardiology if you have heart problems. Not only is it an integral part of medical school around the world, but it is also used by scientists in researching new drugs and therapies.

It is a mixture of subjects like biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. This major is a common way to become a doctor, but it is also a clear path to a career in scientific research.

Majoring in physiology is a great way to develop skills in designing, conducting, and evaluating experiments, as well as researching and interpreting scientific literature. 

Physiology is also a very versatile field of study that can be applied to any disease that may affect a person. There are many opportunities for advancement in this field. 

What degrees is Physiology useful for?

For some graduates, a second degree is necessary to pursue more advanced and specific studies for their career options. For example, medicine or dentistry are popular majors for students who want to further their education in the medical field without having to complete more years of training after graduation. However, there are also cases of individuals applying their knowledge from graduate school to healthcare research programs as clinical scientists in an NHS Scientist Training Program (STP).

Others undertake postgraduate training such as an MSc, MRes (Master of Research) or PhD in physiology. As physiology is an important part of all basic medical sciences, there are a variety of specializations you can take in this area. For example, you can take a Masters in Human and Applied Physiology or a Masters in Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics and work alongside NHS doctors. 

Physiology also plays an important role in physical health and sports medicine. This is why many students choose to pursue a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology. 

In academia, a PhD is usually required to obtain a teaching post. In industry, some large employers, such as large pharmaceutical companies, may sponsor an appropriate part-time Master's or PhD.

It is also possible to move away from just physiology by taking an MSc or degree in related subjects such as forensic science or toxicology.

What careers can studying Physiology lead to?

Physiology is the life and blood of all medical sciences. Without knowing how the human body works, no one can expect to understand how to treat it. Which is why a degree in physiology will never leave you shorthanded. 

Here are some career options for those who major in Physiology: 

How does Physiology help with sports medicine?

Physiology is concerned with what happens in your body as you engage in physical activity. The profession focuses on measuring and interpreting the information gathered to provide practical solutions that are both safe and effective. Physiologists apply their knowledge in a variety of settings, including professional sports, patient rehabilitation programs, and healthy lifestyles for at-risk populations.

Studying the human body is a great path for an adaptive sports medicine physician who really enjoys figuring out how to put the mechanics together. A person pursuing a career in this field can either work as a coach, author, or artist, sharing their expertise with other enthusiasts around the world.

The occupation of exercise physiologist can be very influential, as it impacts anyone who wants to improve their health and aerobic capacity through exercise - including those who are inactive or have limited mobility due to injury or disability. 

Exercise physiology plays an important role in clinical sports medicine. Exercise physiology research has identified important effects of exercise on the body's systems, tissues, and cells.

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Teachers will take the time to assess your starting point then develop a personalised syllabus to work towards your objectives. Online classes will focus on your areas of weakness and on developing the confidence you need to achieve your goals. Lessons will also push students in areas that they are already comfortable in, encouraging constant improvement and developing positive learning habits.

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1. Use the Find A Tutor feature to create a post outlining your needs and requirements for Physiology Tutors. You can choose from subject, level, price, and expertise.

2. Find your perfect tutor from our wide variety of skilled professors and educators. After you filter your search results using the Find A Tutor feature you can choose to ‘view profile’ of the best choices for your needs. 

You can then see their star rating, including total hours taught for Spires and the price per hr.

3. Have your face-to-face class. This can be done whenever and wherever you are, it’s all online- neither you nor the tutor travels!

4. Replay the classes afterward for any missed information at your own pace and convenience. 

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How much does a private Physiology tutors cost per hour?

Tuition is priced according to level:

1. School level: For Primary school, Secondary and Higher Education prices start at €25/hr

2. University level: For Undergraduate and Postgraduate tuition, prices start at €35/hr

3. Professional level: For Chartered Qualifications and Admissions Test tutoring, prices start at €45/hr.

The average price per hour ranges based on the tutors’ experience, expertise and student’s level.

How much is a private online Physiology tutor per hour in London?

The average tutor price per hr is £40/$53/€45 per hour depending on a teachers’ experience and students’ level of study. This is higher than other areas in the UK due to the increased living costs that come with London life.

Can I arrange Physiology revision help?

Yes, you can! Our huge database of tutors offers a wide range of specialisations and expertise. Just use the filter to search for Physiology tutor for your level and browse through available candidates. You can read their description and reviews as well as communicate with them about your needs before you schedule a lesson.



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Spires online Physiology tutoring is popular in these, and more, UK cities:

  • London
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  • Leeds
  • Glasgow
  • Edinburgh
  • Newcastle
  • Bristol
  • Sheffield
  • Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan
  • Liverpool
  • Belfast
  • Nottingham
  • Bournemouth and Poole
  • Coventry
  • Leicester
  • Brighton & Hove
  • Derby
  • Southampton
  • Portsmouth
  • Plymouth
  • York

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  • France
  • Spain
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Portugal
  • Ireland
  • Switzerland
  • Netherlands
  • Greece
  • Russia
  • Serbia
  • Austria
  • Poland
  • Hungary

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  • Mexico
  • Columbia
  • Brazil

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  • Bahrain
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  • UAE
  • South Africa

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  • India
  • Hong Kong
  • Singapore
  • China
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  • Sri Lanka
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  • Japan
  • South Korea

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  • Kenya
  • Nigeria
  • Egypt

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  • Australia
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