methodological research focuses on developing statistical methods and applications
to genetic epidemiology, genomics/proteomics, bioinformatics and system
biology related to human complex diseases. I am particularly interested
in statistical issues in Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data. My
collaborative research includes studies of the genetics of osteoporosis,
stroke, diabetes, Parkinsons disease, and sickle cell disease.
Please find my CV
here. Some major
statistical methods include, but not limited to,
Slides for two talks:
"Robust methods for analyzing secondary phenotypes in case-control genetic association studies," 20th Annual International Genetic Epidemiology Society (IGES) meeting, Heidelberg, Germany, Sep. 2011.
"Nonparametric Bayes modeling in correlated and high dimensional data analysis," Department of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Harvard University, USA, Feb. 2012.
Last Update: May 1, 2013