Brian Peng He

Zhejiang University, Science 2008-2009
University of Hong Kong, 1st Honor, Statistics 2009-2012
UCLA, MCDB 2010-2011
Caltech, Biology 2012

After getting his Bachelor's degree in Hong Kong where he majored Statistics and Biochemistry and minored Computer Science, Brian is now a graduate student at Wold lab at Caltech. His research is focused on the role of long non-coding RNAs in regulation of stem cell pluripotency and differentiation.

Mathematics in Biology Bi195

Transplanted from Harvard to Caltech and instructed by Prof. Markus Meister for many years, this course provides an opportunity for biologists to get some basic trainings in linear algebra, calculus, statistics and dynamics which they might use in diversed fields of bio-research.

The image on the left is a snapshot from Brian's TA presentations, showing a rough structure of the course. For more information, please visit our course website and student feedback report

Related courses that Brian has also taught include:

* Introduction to Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Bi181

* Human Genetics and Genomics Bi188

I'm a researcher, but I'm also a: newage composer (check out the demo below), pop song chord database manager and analyst, Chinese restaurants explorer, Caltech Glee Club baritone (and webmaster), half-marathon runner (1h 54min), the manager of Mathematical Modeling Innovative Practice Base Team which won the 2012 ICM outstanding prize, team member of 好友速配 (a Complex Social Network data mining app used by more than 800,000 users) and a Youtuber with more than 1,400,000 views.

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