We're excited to congratulate Zhe Sun (BIOST '19) for for winning a Distinguished Paper Award at the International Biometric Society Spring Meeting on the poster: "BAMM-SC" A Bayesian Mixture Model for Clustering Droplet-Based Single Cell Transcriptomic Data from Population Studies." This year's meeting took place March 24-27 in Philadelphia.
The other two winners were Yujia Li (BIOST '21) for the paper "Simultaneous Estimation of Number of Clusters and Feature Sparsity in Clustering High-Dimensional Data using Resampling Methods and Tao Sun (BIOST '19) for "Copula-Based Sieve Semiparametric Transformation Model for Bivariate Interval-Censored Data."
Winners each received a certificate, reimbursement for travel expenses up to $650, tuition waiver for one ENAR short course, and an invitation to the ENAR President's Reception.
Pitt Public Health also hosted a reception during the conference. For more on Pitt Public Health at ENAR, visit publichealth.pitt.edu/enar.