About Me

  • I am a statistician focusing on developing statistical learning methods for analyzing massive biological data to address cutting edge biological, clinical and public health related problems. Such biological data include neuroimaging data, multi-omics data and single cell data.
  • I am currently an assistant professor in the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences at Arizona State University. Prior to joining ASU, I worked as a senior fellow in the Department of Biostatistics at University of Washington with Prof. Ali Shojaie and Prof. Jing Ma. I also collaborate closely with Dr. Tim Randolph’s lab at Fred Hutch. I obtained my PhD in Biostatistics at UNC Chapel Hill in 2018, under the supervision of Prof. Hongtu Zhu and Prof. Joseph G. Ibrahim.

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Upcoming Talks

  • Oct, 2020. I will give a talk on generalized matrix decomposition regression at University of Kentucky.
  • Oct, 2020. I will give a talk on analysis of two-way structued data at the October Math Day Symposium at UNC Charlotte.
  • Sep, 2020. A Statistical Perspective of Supervised Multi-omics Data Analysis. School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, ASU.