Applications: Biological Sciences, Genetics, Genomics, Mental Health Methodologies: Heterogeneous Data Integration, High-Dimensional Data Analysis, Missing Data and Imputation Relevant Projects: NIH
Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS)
UMHS-PUHSC Joint institute Discovery Grant
Michigan Diabetes Research Ctr. Study Grant
Cancer Center Research Committee Innovation Grant
Taubman Institute Grand Challenge Phase I Grants
Pritzker Neuropsychiatric Disorders Research Consortium

UM Comprehensive Cancer Center

Jun Li

Professor, Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics


Human Genetics

Jun Li, PhD, is Professor and Chair for Research in the department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics and Professor of Human Genetics in the Medical School at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

┬áProf. Li’s areas of interest include genetic and genomic analyses of complex phenotypes, including bipolar disorder, cancer, blood clotting disease, and traits involving animal models and human microbiomes. Our approach emphasizes statistical analysis of genome-scale datasets (e.g, gene expression and genotyping data, results from next-generation sequencing), evolutionary history, bioinformatics, and pattern recognition.