Current research projects:
(1) data mining, machine learning and network science for large scale genomic data
(2) translational bioinformatics and systems biology
(3) systems modeling, prediction and analysis of gene regulatory networks and circuits with applications to cancer, neuroscience and plant
Graduate research assistant positions available for Ph.D. students. Potential graduate students can apply the graduate programs in Biomedical Informatics at Stony Brook University, and indicate interest in this lab. Students from other graduate programs in School of Medicine and College of Engineering and Applied Sciences are also welcome to apply. Contact information is here.
Research projects are available for MS students. Contact information is here. The MS students in Computer Science can register CSE 523/524 to work with Dr. Daifeng Wang.
Postdoc position available in bioinformatics, computational systems biology and biomedical informatics. The applicant would have a PhD in informatics, computer science, data science, engineering, biology, physics or related areas, and be skilled in programming (e.g., C/C++, Java, R, Matlab, Python/Perl). Applicants are requested to send a CV and details of 3 references. Contact information is here.
We have a number of projects in data mining, machine learning, bioinformatics and data science for motivated undergraduate students. Contact information is here.
So Yeon Min was a junior undergraduate student from MIT EECS and funded by Google Summer of Code 2017. Her GSoC project developed a Web App for Identifying Gene Expression Biomarkers to Classify Cancer Patient Outcomes [github, youtube demo].
High school and K12 students
Please submit applications to Computer Science and Informatics Research Experience Program at Stony Brook University.
Joshua Lee, Vineet Malhotra, William Sun were three high school students and selected to participate in 2017 Computer Science and Informatics Research Experience Program for K12 Students (Stony Brook News and Vineet’s project youtube demo).