Former PhD Students

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Cybis - {position}

Gabriela Cybis

  • Email

    gcybis [at] ucla.edu

  • Degree

    2014.06.02

  • Expertise

    Stochastic models for evolutionary processes, viral evolution, cancer dynamics.

Wilks - {position}

Moses Wilks

  • Email

    mqw2 [at] ucla.edu

  • Degree

    2014.06.02

  • Expertise

    Image Registration, Image Analysis, Kinetic Modeling.

Ranola - {position}

John Ranola

  • Homepage

    http://www.john.ranola.org/

  • Email

    jmoranola [at] gmail.com

  • Degree

    2013

  • Expertise

    Genetic Networks, Graph Theory, Multigraph Theory, and Probability models.

Chang - {position}

Joshua Chang

  • Homepage

    http://iamjoshchang.com

  • Email

    joshchang [at] ucla.edu

  • Degree

    2012.11

  • Expertise

    Statistical physics, mathematical physics, inverse problems, stochastic processes, partial differential equations, sparsity

  • Mentors

    Chou

Crawford - {position}

Forrest Crawford

  • Homepage

    http://crawford.research.yale.edu

  • Email

    forrest.crawford@yale.edu

  • Degree

    2012.05

  • Expertise

    Inference for stochastic processes in genetics and evolution; computational statistics; nonparametric inference.

  • Mentors

    Suchard

Alexander - {position}

David Alexander

  • Homepage

    http://dalexander.bol.ucla.edu

  • Email

    dalexander [at] ucla.edu

  • Degree

    2011

  • Thesis

    Statistical and Computational Methods for Ancestry Estimation and Variable Selection in Genome-Scale Datasets

  • Mentors

    Lange

Jin Zhou - {position}

Jin Zhou

Protas - {position}

Hillary Protas

Sehl - {position}

Mary Sehl

Nowak - {position}

Sarah Nowak

Rovetti - {position}

Robert Rovetti

O’Brien - {position}

John O'Brien

  • Homepage

    http://www.bowdoin.edu/faculty/j/jobrien/

  • Degree

    2008.06.19

  • Thesis

    Robust Statistical Methods for Estimating the Distance and the Rate of Change among Molecular Sequences Sampled from Rapidly-Evolving Organisms

  • Mentors

    Suchard, She

Marshall - {position}

John Marshall

  • Homepage

    http://www.its.caltech.edu/~johnmm/

  • Email

    john.marshall [at] imperial.ac.uk

  • Degree

    2008.06,02

  • Thesis

    The dynamics of transposable elements in genetically modified mosquito vectors

  • Mentors

    Chou, Taylor

Alekseyenko - {position}

Alexander Alekseyenko

Ayers - {position}

Kristin Ayers

Aten - {position}

Jason Aten

  • Homepage

    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/jason-e-aten-ph-d/18/313/45a

  • Degree

    2008.01.09

  • Thesis

    Causal not Confounded Gene Networks: Inferring Acyclic and Non-acyclic Gene Bayesian Networks in mRNA Expression Studies using Recursive V-Structures, Genetic Variation, and Orthogonal Causal Anchor Structural Equation Models

  • Mentors

    Lange, Horvath

Bauman - {position}

Lara Bauman

McCarthy - {position}

Michelle McCarthy

  • Homepage

    http://www.bu.edu/math/michelle-mccarthy/

  • Degree

    2007.05

  • Thesis

    Neocortical Mechanisms Mediating Electroencelphalographic Oscillations: A Biomathematical Analysis of Anesthesia-Induced Paradoxical Excitation

  • Mentors

    Newton, Brown

Minin - {position}

Vladimir N. Minin

  • Homepage

    http://www.stat.washington.edu/vminin/

  • Degree

    2007.02

  • Thesis

    Exploring Evolutionary Heterogeneity with Change-Point Models, Gaussian Markov Random Fields, and Markov Chain Induced Counting Processes

  • Mentors

    Suchard

Redelings - {position}

Benjamin Redelings

Shoghi-Jadid - {position}

Kooresh Shoghi

Klapstein - {position}

Kevin D. Klapstein

  • Degree

    2004

  • Thesis

    Physical models of the activities of the E. coli DNA strand exchange protein RecA.

  • Mentors

    Bruinsma, Chou

Liao - {position}

Wei-Hsun Liao

  • Degree

    2003.07

  • Thesis

    Mathematical techniques in object matching and computational anatomy: a new framework based on the level set method.

  • Mentors

    Huang

Green - {position}

Leeta A. Green

  • Homepage

    http://www.umb.edu/academics/csm/faculty_staff/alison_green

  • Degree

    2003.02

  • Thesis

    Quantitating herpes simplex virus type 1 thymidine kinase reporter gene expression in living animals using positron emission tomography and a tracer kinetic model for radiolabeled acyclic guanosine analogues.

  • Mentors

    Gambhir

Snedecor - {position}

Sonya J. Snedecor

Suchard - {position}

Marc A. Suchard

Schadt - {position}

Eric E. Schadt

Dorman - {position}

Karin S. Dorman

Shapiro - {position}

Bruce E. Shapiro

  • Homepage

    http://biomathman.com

  • Degree

    2000

  • Thesis

    Electrophysiological model of gap-junction mediated cortical spreading depression including osmotic volume changes.

  • Mentors

    Newton

Chudin - {position}

Eugene Chudin

Mower - {position}

William R. Mower

Walker - {position}

Wynn Walker

  • Degree

    1997

  • Thesis

    Computational design of minor groove binding sequence reading molecules and a mathematical analysis of their sequence binding properties.

  • Mentors

    Landaw, Dickerson

Atri - {position}

Alireza Atri

Sobel - {position}

Eric M. Sobel

Sinsheimer - {position}

Janet S. Sinsheimer

Chen - {position}

Kewei Chen

  • Homepage

    http://azalz.org/staff/kewei-chen-ph-d/

  • Degree

    1993

  • Thesis

    Estimation methods that account for measurement characteristics and statistical noise of input function in quantitative dynamic PET studies.

  • Mentors

    Huang

Gambhir - {position}

Sanjiv Gambhir

Mahoney - {position}

Donald K. Mahoney

  • Degree

    1990.08.13

  • Thesis

    Effects of neuroreceptor clustering on ligand binding kinetics in positron emission tomography.

  • Mentors

    Huang

Weeks - {position}

Daniel E. Weeks

Bahn - {position}

Mark M. Bahn

  • Homepage

    http://www.mayoclinic.org/bio/10021914.html

  • Degree

    1988.07

  • Thesis

    Studies of ligand-neuroreceptor binding with dynamic In vivo human and primate positron emission tomography data: model definition, validation, and parameter estimation.

  • Mentors

    Huang

Michelson - {position}

Seth G. Michelson

Holmes - {position}

William R. Holmes

Louy - {position}

Charles Louy

Boehnke - {position}

Michael L. Boehnke

Carson - {position}

Richard E. Carson

Landaw - {position}

Elliot M. Landaw

Risch - {position}

Neil J. Risch