About me

I am is a research fellow in Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School. I participated the joint PhD program of Washington University in St.Louis and Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China on Biomedical Engineering. After my PhD, I was trained in Computational Biology in University of Cologne and ETH. My main research interests are machine learning, network studies, clinical informatics, and next generation sequencing. I conducted research on network analysis on different diseases, machine learning models for protein-chemical interactions, and algorithms of SNP prediction. In Harvard, I am working on developing mathematical models to screen candidate genes for gene therapy. I am an editor of Health and Medical Informatics, a panel committee member of NIPS, a committee member of Machine Learning in Health Care, and a reviewer of many top journals, including Bioinformatics, BMC genetics, and AMIA. I also received many high-ranked awards, such as “Final prize of MIT solve”, “Best solution of Harvard BD2K PIC-SURE API”, and “First place of MIT datathon”.