Principal Investigator, Assistant Professor
Prior to this position, Bin was a postdoctoral scholar in Dr. Atul Butte’s lab at Stanford University. Bin trained as a chemist in college, worked as a software engineer before graduate school, trained as a chem/bioinformatician in graduate school, worked as a computational scientist at Novartis, Pfizer and Merck. He received his PhD in informatics at Indiana University, Bloomington.Email Google Scholar LinkedIn GitHub Twitter
Ke received the BA in computer science at Shandong University in 2008 and the PhD in biology at Tsinghua University in 2014. He then pursued his postdoctoral training at UC Berkeley before joining Chen lab in 2018. He is interested in integrating multiple omics data (e.g., RNA-Seq, Chip-Seq) to discover new therapeutics for complex diseases (especially lung cancer). He is also interested in bioinformatics tool development.
Billy is interested in applying deep learning into drug discovery.Email
Jordan received his PhD from MIT. He is interested in identifying drugs to overcome drug resistance in breast cancer.
|Reuben Sarwal||Summary Intern||Undergraduate, UC Berkeley|
|Tanisha Joshi||Summary Intern||High school|
|Jane Wei||Summary Intern||Undergraduate, Cornell University|
|Rachel (Menghua) Wu||Summary Intern||High school, accepted into MIT|
|Charles Pei||Summary Intern||High school, accepted into Harvard, co-mentored by Marina Sirota|