We are a computational biology laboratory in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, and the Department of Statistics at the University of British Columbia. We usually work in BC Cancer Research Centre, or some places where we can open a terminal.
We love high-dimensional, large-volume biological data. If you give us data, we would love to understand the mechanisms of the data-generating process. If you give us a cool hypothesis, we will be excited to test the causality using data. We also love pretty scientific figures with a healthy dose of obsession.
Causal Inference, Computational Biology, Machine Learning, Public Health
Variable selection, Causal inference
Computational Biology, Statistical Genomics, Complex Disease, Autoimmune and Inflammatory Disease, Immunometabolism
Cancer genomics, Machine learning, Causal inference, Bayesian statistics
Computational Biology, Bayesian Statistics, Deep Learning, Graphical Model
Computational Biology, Cellular Bioengineering
Bayesian statistics, Causal inference, Computational Biology, Network science, Single-cell genomics