Email: 1234jliu "at"
stat.harvard.edu2345 (Remove the numbers)
Click on those words with underlines and you may find something interesting, such as more pictures.
BiotextMiner: A webserver to mine for protein-protein interactions
Applicants are invited for a two-year postdoctoral position to work?on computational biology/bioinformatics and/or statistical genetics. Interested candidates possessing a Ph.D., with a strong background in molecular biology/biochemistry and computer programming should forward their CV, selected reprints, a statement of research interests and goals (2-3 pages), and the contact information (phone, email, address) for three references to:
Professor Jun Liu
Department of Statistics,
Interesting quotes from my friend Ying Nian Wu's website:
The true logic of this world is in the calculus of probabilities. --- J. C. Maxwell
What we see is the solution to a computational problem, our brains compute the most likely causes for the photon absorptions within our eyes. --- H. Helmholtz
I am a teacher who wants to
learn all the unknowns and a researcher who is fond of the beauty of mathematics
and of the beings. I love statistics, which is both my life and my fun; I like
bridge, soccer, badminton and skiing. I am fascinated by biology and by nature
wonders of all sorts. Here is a profile
article about me published by Harvard
University Gazette. Contact me: Department
of Statistics, Harvard University,
Table of Contents
Hyannis, Massachusetts. September 13-14, 2002
I used Auction Sniper ?/span> to bid on ebay!