Kevin Lin is a current assistant professor at the University of Washington's Biostatistics department. He was formally a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton Department of Statistics & Data Science with Dr. Nancy Zhang and completed his Ph.D. at Carnegie Mellon University's Department of Statistics & Data Science under Dr. Kathryn Roeder and Dr. Jing Lei. His research focuses on studying cellular mechanisms from single-cell data. He develops novel methods using ideas from matrix factorization, network modeling, and changepoint detection to derive new insights for advancing single-cell biology.
Assistant Professor , Biostatistics
Carnegie Mellon University
Single Cell RNA-Seq