My research interest focuses on network structures and their connection with different interaction systems such as the disease spreading system or the nervous system. I completed my Ph.D. in Statistics in May 2020 at Michigan State University under the direction of Dr. Ping-Shou Zhong. My Ph.D. dissertation focused on developing new statistical methods in estimating and testing network structures for high-dimensional data sets. At Michigan State University, I also worked in various projects in different disciplines such as biology, healthcare, or agriculture under the roles of a statistical consultant and a research assistant. I am currently a postdoc fellow at the Onnela lab of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Under the direction of Dr. Onnela, I focus on developing statistical methods in the intersection of Approximate Bayesian Computation and Statistical Network Sciences. In my free time, I enjoy swimming, practicing martial arts, and meditating.
Michigan State University, USA
Ph.D., Statistics, 2020
Ho Chi Minh City University of Science, Vn
M.S., Probability, 2011
Quy Nhon University, Vn
B.S., Mathematics Pedagogy, 2008