I’m a scientist and data analyst based in European Union.
I hold a Ph.D. cum laude in Psychology from Jagiellonian University's Institute of Psychology. My education also includes a post-graduate program in Clinical Sexology from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, which I completed in 2019.
I am currently employed as a Research Assistant and Data Analyst at Jagiellonian University Medical College's Department of Epidemiology and Population Studies since 2021. Alongside my research work, I also have experience as an academic teacher and course coordinator. In my teaching role, I have covered various subjects such as Statistics, Biostatistics, Statistics in Medical Science, Qualitative & Quantitative Research Methods, and Qualitative Research Methods for PhD candidates. Additionally, from 2016 to 2019, I taught courses on Introduction to Psychology and Ethics in Psychology and Psychotherapy. My diverse experience in both research and teaching allows me to bring a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter to my work and effectively communicate it to others.
In my spare time, I indulge in a few fulfilling hobbies that bring me joy and allow me to share my passions with others. One of my greatest passions is traveling, as it provides me with enriching experiences and broadens my perspective on the world. Exploring new cultures, landscapes, and cuisines fuels my sense of adventure and curiosity. Additionally, I channel my love for data science by writing blog posts and creating video tutorials on youtube. Through my online platform, I share insights, tips, and practical knowledge about data science, helping others navigate this fascinating field. I find immense satisfaction in contributing to the data science community and inspiring others to embark on their own learning journeys
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