Professor, Human Genetics
Professor, Computational & Systems Biology
7132 Parran Hall, 130 DeSoto Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15261
Primary Phone: 967-179-0863
Web site: http://www.pitt.edu/~ctseng/
Lab Homepage: http://tsenglab.biostat.pitt.edu/. My research interests focus on statistical applications of genomics and bioinformatics. We mainly work on data mining of high-throughput genomic, transcriptomic and proteomic data (such as microarray, next-generation sequencing and mass spectrometry data) and develop methods in study design, candidate marker detection, supervised machine learning (classification), unsupervised machine learning (clustering), high-dimensional feature selection and other topics driven by biological problems. Related research also include statistical modelling, statistical computing, graphical visualization of data, omics data integration and neuroimaging. Collaboration with biology labs plays an important role where most of our projects and methodological ideas come from.
1997 | National Taiwan University, Taiwan | BS in Mathematics
1999 | National Taiwan University, Taiwan | MS in Mathematics (specialized in Statistics)
2003 | Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA | ScD in Biostatistics (specialized in Bioinformatics)
BIOST 2055 Introductory high-throughput genomic data analysis I: data mining and applications. (offered every other year in the fall)
BIOST 2078 Introductory high-throughput genomic data analysis II: theories and algorithms. (offered every other year in the spring)
See Lab Homepage: http://tsenglab.biostat.pitt.edu/.
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