Sangjin Kim, Ph.D.

      Assistant Professor

       500 W. University Ave.
       El Paso, Texas 79968-0514
       Office: Room 313, Bell Hall

       Phone: (915) 747-8246 [O]
  •  Education      
  PhD in Statistics, University of Georgia, 2015 (Dissertation: "Prioritizing Hypothesis
  Tests for High Throughput Data with Multiple Testing Methods"; Advisor:
  Dr. Paul  Schiliekelman)

  MS in Biostatistics, Brown University, 2009 (Thesis: "Confidence Interval for Coherence  
  based on Bootstrap"; Advisor: Dr. Hernando Ombao)
  ScM in Computer Science, Brown University, 2008 (Thesis: A Global Credibility Measure
  in Pairwise Sequence Alignment"; Advisor: Dr. William Thompson)

  BA in Computer Science, City College of New York, 2005

  •   Research
          Research interests include large scale multiple hypothesis testing, variable selection, survival  
          analysis and statistical bioinformatics, focusing on the development and application
          of statistical and computational methods to analyze high dimensional –omics data
          in epidemiology, environmental and clinical studies

  •   Referee

            Statistics in medicine