- Ph.D., Mathematics with a concentration in Statistics, Clemson University
- M.S., Mathematics with a concentration in Statistics, Georgia Southern University
- B.S. (Dual Bachelor's Degrees), Mathematics and Economics, Central China Normal University
I am currently working as an assistant professor of statistics on the tenure track in the Department of Mathematics and Statistical Science at University of Idaho since August 2023. Following the completion of my doctorate in mathematics with a concentration in statistics at Clemson University in August 2021, I held a postdoctoral position at the Department of Biostatistics at Boston University.
My current primary research interests include, but are not limited to, graph neural networks, missing data imputation, deep learning, machine learning, big data analytics, multilevel data analysis, and generalized distributions, with applications in biology, medicine, epidemiology, and environmental preservation. I have engaged in both theoretical and methodological research endeavors and actively contributed to collaborative research projects.
Missing Data Imputation