I am a Ph.D. student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to entering the Ph.D. program in Statistics, I completed my B.S. in Mathematics at Zhejiang University (P.R. China) in July, 2016. I am also a research assistant in Professor Keles' research group.
My research interests include network analysis and computational genomics.
Network Analysis - community detection (clustering), sampling and inference on networks, variational methods
Computational Genomics - association mapping, statistical learning on regulatory networks
Keles' Research Group, UW-Madison
I have been a research assistant for Professor Sunduz Keles' research group since September 2016. My work involves modeling RNA binding proteins (RBPs) and data analysis on RNA-seq and CLIP-seq data.
CSST 2015, UCLA
I am an alumnus of the UCLA Cross-disciplinary Scholars in Science and Technology (CSST) program in 2015. I was supervised by Professor Arash Amini, and my work focused on network analysis, in particular, variational EM approaches for covariate-assisted stochastic block models. [pdf]
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