I am committed to educating and supervising students and junior researchers. I have extensive teaching experiences and my teaching evaluations have been very strong (available upon request).
At the Penn State College of Medicine, I am regularly teaching two courses,
1) Data Mining with Applications to Genomic Data and
2) Modern Topics in Omics and Precision Medicine.
In the Fall 2018, I am teaching the Data Mining with Applications to Genomic Data course. The course material will be extensively revised. The course webpage is
Fall 2018 PHS597 Data Mining with Application to Genomic Data
The course webpage for 2016 and 2017 can be found below.
Older Pages for Courses Taught at Penn State:
Fall 2016 PHS 597 Data Mining with Application to Genomic Data
Spring 2016: PHS 525: Biostatistics for Lab Scientist
Fall 2017 PHS597-3 Data Mining with Application to Genomic Data
Fall 2017 PHS597-4 Modern Topics of Statistical Models on Omics and Precision Medicine
Fall 2018, I gave three guest lectures for MCIBS/BMMB 511 on 1) sequence-based association analysis, 2) fine mapping of causal variants, identification of target genes, 3) drug target assessment and genetic risk prediction
Courses Taught at Rice University (Prior to Joining Penn State):
1. STAT 532 Mathematical Statistics I (co-instructor with Dr. Ensor)
2. STAT 533 Mathematical Statistics II (co-instructor with Dr. Ensor)
3. MATH 102 Single Variable Calculus II (sole instructor)
4. MATH 211 Ordinary Differential Equations (sole instructor)