Dangna Li (Stanford university)
Kun Yang (Google Inc)
Wing Hung Wong (Stanford university)
Wing Hung Wong is currently Professor of Statistics and Professor of Biomedical Data Science at Stanford University. He had held teaching positions at the University of Chicago (1980-1994), The Chinese University of Hong Kong (1994-1997), UCLA (1997-2000) and Harvard University (2000-2004), before joining Stanford University in 2004. His research contributions include 1) mathematical statistics, where he clarified the large sample properties of sieve maximum likelihood estimates in general spaces; 2) Bayesian statistics, where he introduced sampling-based algorithms into Bayesian computational inference; and 3) computational biology, where he developed basic models and methods for the analysis of microarrays gene expression data and RNA sequencing data. He is a member of the US National Academy of Sciences, the Academia Sinica, and the Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong.
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