I am a fourth year statistics PhD student at Stanford university, advised by Professor Emmanuel Candes. Prior to the Ph.D program, I was an under-graduate student in physics at Fudan University and master’s student in statistics at the University of Chicago. During my master’s program I have participated in several statistics consulting projects, and I continue to be interested to applying statistics to real-world problems, or answering scientific questions. I was a Stanford Data Science for Social Good fellow in the summer of 2019. My current research interest is high-dimensional statistics, in particular, estimation and hypothesis testing a high dimensional generalized linear model.
January 31, 2020
The Stanford Blood Center collects and distributes blood products to Stanford Hospital. One of these is platelets, a vital clot-forming blood component with a limited shelf life of a few days.