Jennifer Luyapan

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HOMETOWN
California, USA

LANGUAGES
English, Mandarin, Spanish

THESIS MENTORS
Dr. Todd MacKenzie & Dr. Christopher Amos

UNDERGRADUATE INSTITUTION
University of California Davis
Bachelor of Science Cellular & Molecular Biology

PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE
Johnson & Johnson
Senior Clinical Research Associate

DARTMOUTH QBS PROFILE

THESIS TITLE
Deciphering the biological mechanisms of cancer development through pathway-based genomic and transcriptomic analyses

CAREER TRACK(S)
Academia, Industry

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE
R, Python, PLINK, LaTeX, Unix

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Member of Dartmouth Analytics Club (QuantBlitz)

 


QBS PhD Experience

Electives

Publications

Poster Presentations

  • Title (IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine, 2018 ,Madrid, Spain)

Oral Presentations


My Interests

"I am interested in working on and applying computational and statistical methods to understand the genetic influences of complex traits and diseases using genome-wide association studies, transcriptome-wide association studies, or any other ome-wide association study."

RESEARCHER I ADMIRE
Maryam Mirzakhani

Why QBS?

"I chose QBS for its interdisciplinary program that trains students in Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Bioinformatics."

FAVORITE QBS CLASS
QBS 177/MATH 177: Methods of Statistical Learning for Big Data

Life @ Dartmouth

WHEN I AM NOT IN LAB 
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