Yun S. Song
computational biology, statistical genetics, applied probability
I am a professor in EECS and Statistics. I received BS degrees in mathematics and physics from MIT, and a PhD in physics from Stanford University. My research centers around computational and mathematical biology. I am generally interested in developing computational tools and statistical methods to facilitate the research of the broad biomedical community, while also getting deeply involved in data analysis and interpretation. I am also interested in machine learning, combinatorial optimization, algorithms, and Monte Carlo methods.