Hi, welcome to my site! It’s under construction, but feel free to explore! My name is Zachary Zollman, I grew up in San Diego and I prefer to go by he or they. I’m listing some things I’ve done below.
These are some classes I’ve taken at UC Berkeley.
|Statistics||Introduction to Programming in R||R and the tidyverse; data visualization and analysis|
|Nutritional Science and Toxicology||Toxicology||drug discovery, mechanisms of toxicity, toxicity testing|
|Public Health||Introduction to Probability and Statistics in Biology and Public Health||R, statistical testing and inference|
|Molecular and Cellular Biology||Survey of the Principles of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology||metabolic pathways, macromolecules, genetics|
|Environmental Science, Policy, and Management||Introduction to Geographic Information Systems||spatial data analysis, map projections, georeferencing, symbology|
These are some research efforts I’ve assisted with in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management.
I have worked on patient data management with Epic Sciences, trail maintenance and debris removal with the Student Conservation Association, article digitization with Safdie Rabines Architects, and urban gardening workshops with Humane Smarts.
➣ Research: GC-MS, data analysis, science communication
➣ Software: ArcGIS Pro, Adobe Creative Suite, GSuite, Microsoft Office, iWork
➣ Programming: R (proficient), Python (familiar), HTML/CSS (some exposure)
I’m currently a member of the Berkeley Student Food Collective and a TA for the Digital Privacy DeCal. I’ve previously been involved with 350 Bay Area, the Hand Up Food Pantry at Jewish Family Service of San Diego, and local honeybee conservation.