Martin Skarzynski is passionate about Bioinformatics, Data Science, Epidemiology, and Statistical Computing. Martin is Co-Chair of the Bioinformatics and Data Science Department at the Foundation for the Advancement of Education in the Sciences (FAES), where he has been an instructor since 2015 and currently teaches Introduction to Python (BIOF309) and Applied Machine Learning (BIOF509). Martin is also an instructor for Software and Data Carpentry, non-profit organizations that teach computational skills. As a National Cancer Institute (NCI) Cancer Prevention Fellow, Martin uses the Python and R programming languages and command line tools to explore, analyze, visualize and present data. Martin has a strong interest in reproducibility, scientific publishing workflows, and open data/science best practices and is excited to apply his computational skills in combination with his science background to the study and prevention of cancer.