Dwueng-Chwuan "Tony" Jhwueng
NIMBioS: National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis.
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996
Group research activities:
NIMBioS Working Group: Gene Tree Reconciliation
•Math Mentor for REU(V): Project: How does the effort a mother bird expends on her offspring depend on the attractiveness of her mate? (with Bio-Mentor: Tucker R. Gilman). NIMBioS. June 7- July 30 2011.
Statistical Consulting Experience:
•Project: On the mating choices of sexual reproduction in snails. Indiana University Spring 2009.
•Instructor for M151:Mathematics for the Life Sciences (Spring 2012) University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
•Associate Instructor for Calculus I: Fall 2009-2010. Indiana University Bloomington.
•Teaching Assistant for statistical techniques; mathematics for elementary teachers: probability and statistics; mathematics for elementary teachers: geometry; finite mathematics; introduction to probability and statistics; mathematics statistics; Numerical analysis I.
•Modeling phylogenetic comparative methods with Hybridization. WYRMB: Workshop for Young Researchers in Mathematical Biology, MBI, Columbus OH. Aug. 2011. Poster
•Model selection and goodness of fit for phylogenetic comparative methods. 2011 Joint Statistical Meetings section 170, Miami FL. Aug. 2011. Slides
•A non-normal multivariate distribution of phylogenetic tree dependency. GSPC5:The 5th Annual Graduate Student Probability Conference, Georgia Tech School of Mathematics, Atlanta GA. Apr. 2011. Slides
•Modeling phylogenetic comparative methods with Hybridization. NIMBioS: Interdisciplinary Seminar, NIMBioS Jan. 2011. Slides
•Phylogenetics comparative methods, Probability Seminar, Indiana University. Apr. 2009.
•Model selection for phylogenetic comparative methods under Univariate Data, The 2nd Graduate Student Probability Conference , University of Wisconsin, Madison. May 2008. Slides
•Univariate data analysis in phylogenetic comparative methods, Midwest Biopharmaceutical Statistics Workshop, Ball State University, May 2008. Poster
Graduate Coursework in:
•Applied Mathematics: mathematical methods for biology, numerical analysis, advanced numerical methods.
•Probability/Statistics: theory of probability, mathematical statistics, time series analysis, advanced statistical techniques, selected topics in statistics and probability, statistical consulting, applied stochastic process, statistics computing ,functional data analysis(audit).
•Programming: Python, topic in programming.
•Biology: Genome biology for scientists, special topics in zoology(phylogenetic comparative method), molecular biology(undergraduate).