My research focus is to develop biostatistical tools for analysis of microarray data.
The microarray technology measures expression profiles of tens of thousands of genes in a single assay. This new technology has brought tremendous promise to clinical and biological sciences by allowing technology-driven explorations of disease markers and pathways that were previously unthinkable. It also comes with data-analytic challenges due to the complexity and high dimensionality of its data.
I am collaborating with scientists at the Glenrose Hospital in the area of outcomes / health services research. I am interested in collaborating with public health sciences researchers and practitioners by providing biostatistical methodological rigors in the design, conduct, analysis, and reporting of their work.
PhD (Statistics), University of Alberta, 2005
BSc (Mathematics), University of Bucharest, Romania, 1999
Postdoctoral Fellowship Research award, Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, 2005-2007
F.S. Chia Ph.D. Scholarship Research award, University of Alberta, 1999-2003