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Xiang Zhou

Xiang Zhou is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Michigan. Before joining UM, he was a William H. Kruskal Instructor in the Department of Statistics at the University of Chicago. He received his postdoc training in Matthew Stephens lab in the Department of Human Genetics and Department of Statistics at the University of Chicago, where he also worked closely with people in Yoav Gilad lab. He obtained his MS and PhD degrees at Duke University, where his was advised by Fan Wang and Scott Schmidler, and worked closely with Jerry Reiter. He was trained as both a statistician and a biologist.

Ping Zeng

Ping Zeng is a postdoctoral research fellow. Ping received his Ph.D. in Biostatistics from the Nanjing Medical University of China (2015), where he focused on developing statistical methods for identifying rare variant associations in whole-genome sequencing studies. Ping joined our lab on Octorber, 2015.

Shiquan Sun

Shiquan Sun is a visiting PhD student from the Xi'an Jiaotong University of China, where he focused on developing computational methods for analyzing gene expression data and predicting transcription factor binding sites. Shiquan joined our lab on September, 2015.

Xingjie Hao

Xingjie Hao is a visiting PhD student from the Huazhong Agriculture University of China, where he focused on analyzing genome-wide association data from animal breeding programs. Xingjie joined our lab on February, 2016.

We are actively looking to expand our group. We are based in the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Michigan. Contact me if you are interested in joining us.