I am currently a Ph.D candidate in the Department of Statistics at University of Wisconsin-Madison, co-advised by Jun Shao and Menggang Yu. In 2015, I received my B.S. in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at Zhejiang University, China.
My primary research interests are in design and analysis of randomized experiments, integrating information from multiple data sources, and developing efficient and robust methods dealing with censoring, missing and confounding, with applications to data collected in clinical trials, electronic health records, insurance claims, and genome-wide studies.
- NIC-ASA and ICSA Midwest Joint Fall Meeting Student Poster Award, 2018
- ASA Biopharmaceutical Section Student Paper Award, 2018
- Charles B. Sampson Student Poster Award, 2017