Mr Kevin Wang

F07 - Carslaw Building, Room 807
Postgraduate Teaching Fellow and PhD Candidate at The School of Mathematics and Statistics

Telephone 9114 1276

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Biographical details

I am a member of the School of Mathematics and Statistics and the Sydney Bioinformatics and Biometrics Group. My main research focus is on developing statistical tools to understand complex diseases.

Research interests

  • Bioinformatics
  • Biostatistics and biometrics
  • Mathematical statistics

Teaching and supervision

I am a Postgraduate Teaching Fellow at the School of Mathematics and Statistics.

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Selected publications

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Journals

  • Wang, K., Menzies, A., Silva, I., Wilmott, J., Yan, Y., Wongchenko, M., Kefford, R., Scolyer, R., Long, G., Tarr, G., Mueller, S., Yang, J. (2019). bcGST�an interactive bias-correction method to identify over-represented gene-sets in boutique arrays. Bioinformatics, September 2018(Epub ahead of print), 1-8. [More Information]
  • Da Silva, I., Wang, K., Wilmott, J., Holst, J., Carlino, M., Park, J., Quek, C., Wongchenko, M., Yan, Y., Mann, G., Rai, R., Kefford, R., Rizos, H., Scolyer, R., Yang, J., Long, G., Menzies, A., et al (2019). Distinct molecular profiles and immunotherapy treatment outcomes of V600E and V600K BRAF-mutant melanoma. Clinical Cancer Research, 25(4), 1272-1279. [More Information]

2019

  • Wang, K., Menzies, A., Silva, I., Wilmott, J., Yan, Y., Wongchenko, M., Kefford, R., Scolyer, R., Long, G., Tarr, G., Mueller, S., Yang, J. (2019). bcGST�an interactive bias-correction method to identify over-represented gene-sets in boutique arrays. Bioinformatics, September 2018(Epub ahead of print), 1-8. [More Information]
  • Da Silva, I., Wang, K., Wilmott, J., Holst, J., Carlino, M., Park, J., Quek, C., Wongchenko, M., Yan, Y., Mann, G., Rai, R., Kefford, R., Rizos, H., Scolyer, R., Yang, J., Long, G., Menzies, A., et al (2019). Distinct molecular profiles and immunotherapy treatment outcomes of V600E and V600K BRAF-mutant melanoma. Clinical Cancer Research, 25(4), 1272-1279. [More Information]

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