Our goal is to develop and use statistical methods to understand observed genetic variation in humans and pathogens. We are interested in efficient statistical inference and efficient probabilistic modeling in evolutionary genomics, infectious diseases and in more general stochastic processes that would have an impact in public health.
I am Assistant professor in the departments of Statistics and Biomedical Data Science.
Check here if you are interested in undergraduate research in statistics this summer.
We are currently recruiting talented undergraduate, graduate students and post-docs to join our research.
Department of Statistics
390 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-4065
email: juliapr " " stanford.edu
Mamie Wang (Now a PhD student at Yale University)
Alan Aw (Now a PhD student at UC Berkeley)
Rayne Hernandez (Summer undergraduate research)
Jaime Roquero (Rotation Fall 2018)
Xinyuan Huang (RA Winter-Spring 2017)
Kuhan Jeyapragasan (Summer research 2018)
Kyle D'Souza (Summer research 2018)