Michael Wu

Affiliate Associate Professor
Biostatistics
Associate Member, Public Health Sciences Division,
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
PhD
Biostatistics
Harvard University
2009
AM
Biostatistics
Harvard University
2006
BS
Mathematical and Computational Sciences
Stanford University
2004

The major thrust of Wu's research lies in the development and application of statistical methods for translational science and particularly for analysis of high-dimensional genomic data within the broader context of clinical trials as well as population-based genetic, genomic, epigenetic, and microbiome studies. He recently published “A fast small-sample kernel independence test with application to microbiome association studies.” Biometrics 73:1453-1463,2017.

Faculty Research Interests
PhD
Biostatistics
Harvard University
2009
AM
Biostatistics
Harvard University
2006
BS
Mathematical and Computational Sciences
Stanford University
2004

The major thrust of Wu's research lies in the development and application of statistical methods for translational science and particularly for analysis of high-dimensional genomic data within the broader context of clinical trials as well as population-based genetic, genomic, epigenetic, and microbiome studies. He recently published “A fast small-sample kernel independence test with application to microbiome association studies.” Biometrics 73:1453-1463,2017.