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).
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 will teach the Data Mining with Applications to Genomic Data course. 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
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)