Assistant Professor, Biostatistics
7135 Public Health, 130 DeSoto Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261
Primary Phone: 967-838-8244
The primary goal of my research is to develop statistical methods and computational tools to solve real biomedical problems. I am particularly interested in statistical methods for high-dimensional genomics data with cell-type heterogeneity, clustered structure, and missing values. My research spans cell type deconvolution, single-cell RNA sequencing data, mixed-effects models, machine learning methods, missing data, and proteomics data.
I have collaboration experience in areas such as psychiatry, asthma, and breast cancer. I am familiar with data analysis pipelines for whole genome/exome sequencing, bulk/single-cell RNA sequencing, DNA methylation, proteomics, etc.
2017 | University of Chicago, Chicago, IL | PhD, Biostatstics
2012 | Renmin University of China, Beijing, China | Master, Statstics
2010 | Renmin University of China, Beijing, China | Bachelor, Statstics
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