A Short Biography
Dr. Rui Kuang is Assistant Professor in Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests span computational biology, biomedical informatics, machine learning and health informatics. He specializes in machine learning algorithms and network analysis methods for understanding the molecular characteristics of phenotypes from high-throughput genomic sequences and array-based data. His current projects center around cancer genomics, disease phenome-genome association, and analysis of protein structures and functions. Dr. Kuang’s projects and collaborations have been supported by National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, US Department of Agriculture, and US Department of Health and Human Services. He is also a recipient of NSF career award. Dr. Kuang received his PhD from Columbia University, MS from Temple University and BS from Nankai University, all in computer science.
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