Category: Guanglan Zhang
Dr. Guanglan Zhang has been promoted from assistant to associate professor of computer science. She is a lead researcher in MET’s Health Informatics Research Lab, a part of the Master of Science in Computer Information Systems concentration in Health Informatics and the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate offered at MET. Co-inventor on two patents and a key participant on two currently active grants, Dr. Zhang has published 51 articles in biomedical and bioinformatics journals and seven book chapters, in addition to developing more than 15 online computational systems. Her health informatics studies focus specifically on the development of computational algorithms in biomedical and health sciences.
Read an in-depth interview with Dr. Zhang here.
On September 20, ICIW 2014: the Fifth Immunoinformatics and Computational Immunology Workshop was held in Newport Beach, California, on the theme “Bridging Immunology and Computer Science.” The organizing committee of the international workshop included three faculty involved with MET’s Health Informatics program: Associate Dean Lou Chitkushev, director of Health Informatics; Adjunct Professor of Computer Science Vladimir Brusic, associate director of Health Informatics; and Assistant Professor Guanglan Zhang, faculty coordinator of Health Informatics.