Clarendon scholar, Jardine scholar
My DPhil research focuses on multivariable prediction modelling for knee OA progression by using both routinely collected health data and UK-Biobank cohort.
Before joining the NDORMS, I was awarded a Statistical Programming Training Fellowship (2018-2019) based on the Big Data Institute of the University of Oxford. My work concentrated on developing well-structured and documented statistical analysis codes (mainly in SAS and R) that serves as a model for further work. During that time, I was involved in the project of using UK-Biobank MRI imaging data to investigate the effects of smoking on the human brain.
I studied preventive medicine at Shandong University (2015) and completed an MSc in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Peking University (2018) in China.