Posted by Vivian Zhang
Updated: Nov 4, 2020
Kyle Gallatin is Machine Learning Engineer at Pfizer who uses Python to create scalable, operationalized machine learning models within the biomedical space. Besides mentoring students at our online data science bootcamp, he works as a Machine Learning Engineer at Pfizer, a job he got shortly after attending the bootcamp himself. In this interview, he shares his favorite parts about being a mentor, how he adapts his aid to each student’s needs, and what it takes to do his job well.
Our online students have access to mentors like Kyle during and after their time at the bootcamp. They have been in your shoes and know what you’re going through. Kyle talks about how that fact helps him guide the students through the bootcamp and aid in their job search.
If you are interested in reading more of Kyle's work, you can go to his medium page.
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The program he is being a mentor with is our Data Science Bootcamp.
I founded and run NYC Data Science Academy and SupStat Analytics Inc. I was ranked as one of “9 Women Leading The Pack In Data Analytics" by Forbes in Aug 2016 and “top 50 data scientists in China” in Sept 2019. I enjoy meeting people and enjoy sharing experiences with young professionals and students. I am a data scientist who has many years of practical experience in data technologies and the analytics industry, after developing my expertise in statistical methodologies and software and in a variety of programming languages such as R, Python, Hadoop, Spark and etc.View all articles
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