Pei Wang, PhD
- PROFESSOR | Genetics and Genomic Sciences
Dr. Wang received her Ph.D. in Statistics from Stanford University in 2004. Between 2004-2013, she served as a faculty in Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and University of Washington, Seattle, WA. In Oct 2013, Dr. Wang joint Icahn Medical School at Mount Sinai as an Associate Professor of Genetics and Genomics. Dr. Wang’s research work has been focused on developing statistical and computational methods to address scientific questions based on data from high throughput biology/genetics experiments.
Multi-Disciplinary Training AreaGenetics and Genomic Sciences [GGS]
BS, Peking University
PhD, Stanford University
High dimensional inference & integrative genomics
I am interested in developing statistical and computational methods to address scientific questions based on data from high throughput biology/genetics experiments. The ultimate goal is to enhance our understanding of cell activities and disease initiation/progression to a system level by integrating information from diverse biological sources (genetics/genomics, proteomics, and phenotypes). Towards this goal, efforts have been made to properly model each individual type of data and to effectively characterize interactions among different biology molecules. These efforts all borrow strength from and contribute to the developments of high dimensional inference, a challenging yet thriving field in modern statistics. For more details about Dr. Wang’s research, visit http://research.mssm.edu/wanglab/