My research is at the interface between statistics and biology. My primary research interest lies in developing new statistical methods for understanding biological questions, especially those related to large-scale genomic and transcriptomic data.
My research activities have been focusing on identifying, formulating, and resolving important, yet not previously addressed statistical questions arising from the frontiers of biology. The specific topics I have examined include:
Aug 2016: Wei, Yiling, and Jessica published a new article, which is about a method "TROM" for comparing transcriptomes within one species or between different species, on Statistics in Biosciences.