- High Dimensional Data Analysis
- Bayesian/Empirical Bayesian Statistics
- Confidence Intervals
- Selective Inference
- Multiple Comparison
- Sufficient Dimension Reduction in High Dimensiona
- Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2009, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
- B.S. in Mathematics, 2003, Nankai University, Tianjin, China
- Director of Graduate Programs in Statistics, Temple University, 2019-present
- Associate Professor, Center for Data Analytics and Biomedical Informatics (Secondary appointment), Temple University, 2016-present
- Associate Professor, Department of Statistical Science, Fox School of Business, Temple University, 2016-present
- Charles E. Beury Research Fellow, Fox School of Business, Temple University, 2016-present
- Visiting Scholar, Cornell University, May-August, 2010
- Assistant Professor, Temple University, 2009-2016
- Principle Investigator. National Science Foundation. BIGDATA: Collaborative Research: F: Statistical Theory and Methods beyond the Dimensionality Barrier. 2016-2019. NSF IIS-1633283.
- Co-Principle Investigator. Penn Department of Transportation. Winter Roadway Maintenance Material Enhancers (Field) Evaluation. 2016-2018.
- Co-Principle Investigator. Fox School of Business and Management Young Scholars Forum. Determining an Optimal Design of Service Attributes for Mass Participation Sport Events. 2013
- Principle Investigator. National Science Foundation. Bayesian Decision Theoretic Methods for Some High-Dimensional Multiple Inference Problems. 2012-2015. NSF DMS-1208735.
- Co-Principle Investigator. For School of Business and Management Young Scholars Forum. The Fama-MacBeth Method Revisited: A More Powerful Test Based. 2010.