Ali Shojaie

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Associate Professor
Biostatistics
Adjunct Associate Professor
Statistics
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Room F-642, Health Sciences Building
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PhD
Statistics
University of Michigan
2010
MS
Human Genetics
University of Michigan
2010
MS
Applied Math
University of Michigan
2010
MS
Statistics
Michigan State University
2005
MSc
Industrial Engineering
Amirkabir University
2001
BSc
Industrial & Systems Engineering
Iran University of Science and Technology
1998

Ali Shojaie's research focuses on developing rigorous and scalable machine learning and network analysis methods for large complex systems, particularly biological and social systems. He develops statistical machine learning methods for estimation and inference in high-dimensional problems (i.e., when there are more variables than observations, especially when variables and/or observations have complex correlation structures), and applies these methods to data from diverse omics assays and different brain imaging modalities.  

Computational Biology
Statistical Network Analysis
Neuroimaging
PhD
Statistics
University of Michigan
2010
MS
Human Genetics
University of Michigan
2010
MS
Applied Math
University of Michigan
2010
MS
Statistics
Michigan State University
2005
MSc
Industrial Engineering
Amirkabir University
2001
BSc
Industrial & Systems Engineering
Iran University of Science and Technology
1998

Ali Shojaie's research focuses on developing rigorous and scalable machine learning and network analysis methods for large complex systems, particularly biological and social systems. He develops statistical machine learning methods for estimation and inference in high-dimensional problems (i.e., when there are more variables than observations, especially when variables and/or observations have complex correlation structures), and applies these methods to data from diverse omics assays and different brain imaging modalities.  

Computational Biology
Statistical Network Analysis
Neuroimaging