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Curriculum Vitae

Yu S. Huang 2010-11-16

 

Biography

Birthplace:
Shanghai, China
Citizenship:
China
E-mail:
polyactis@ucla.edu
URL: http://www-scf.usc.edu/~yuhuang

Work address:
695 Charles E Young Drive S, Gonda 3554A, Los Angeles, CA, 90095
Office Phone:
310-206-2615

 

Education

2010.10-
Postdoc at Center for Neurobehavioral Genetics, University of California Los Angeles
2003.8-2010.10
Ph.D. Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, University of Southern California
2007.2-2010.10 Ph.D. student with Magnus Nordborg
1999-2003
B.S. Biological Sciences, Fudan University, Shanghai

Awards

1996
Third Award, Junior High School Physics Competition, Shanghai
1999
Third Award, National High School Mathematics Competition, China
1999-2003
People's Scholarship, Fudan University
2000
Third Award, Computer Programming Competition of Fudan University
2003-2008
College Graduate Merit Award, University of Southern California

 

Research Interests


Understanding the genetic architecture of complex traits, the gene-gene and gene-environment interaction aspects.
Detection, population-genetic and association analysis of insertion/deletion polymorphism in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Developing IT infrastructure to handle large-scale data using state-of-the-art database and web technologies. http://arabidopsis.gmi.oeaw.ac.at:5000/
Integrative functional analysis of expression data using graph theories.

 

Publications (google scholar for most-updated publications and citations)

 

Conferences

2009/01/13 Plant Sensing, Response and Adaptation to the Environment.
Keystone Symposium organized by Steve A. Kay and Joanne Chory at Big Sky, Montana, USA. How Can a priori Candidate Genes Help in Association Mapping of Arabidopsis thaliana.
2008/11/14 USC MCB Department Retreat at Laguna Beach, CA, USA
Initial Mapping of the Genetic Architecture of Flowering Time in Arabidopsis thaliana.
2006/06/30 Mathematical Aspects of Computational Biology.
MSRI Summer Graduate Workshop at Berkeley, CA, USA. Chosen to give http://www.msri.org/communications/vmath/VMathVideos/VideoInfo/2788/show_videothe final student talk (link): Finding the Longest Identity Sequence (vertebrate) and the Parametric Alignment of GCCTA vs CGAT.
2004/11/13 USC MCB Department Retreat at Laguna Beach, CA, USA
Large-Scale Functional Annotation - Frequent Subgraph Mining Approach.

 

Basic Skills

Operating System
Debian/Ubuntu Linux
Programming languages
python, C/C++, java, SQL, shell, R, awk, PHP, Perl
Library
MPI (parallel computing), Boost C++ Library
Database
PostgreSQL, MySQL
Statistics
Statistical Inference, Analysis of Variance, Random Processes

 

Organizing Committee
Nov/09 - Nov/11, 2007 USC MCB Department Research Retreat, Laguna Beach, CA, USA.

 

2006 Fall
Teaching Assistant: leading one lab section of Molecular Biology.

 

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