Jeremy Joseph Yang, PhD

Research Associate Professor
University of New Mexico, SoM, DoIM, Translational Informatics Division
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Research associate professor in the Translational Informatics Division of the UNM School of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine, focused on biomolecular and biomedical data science, cheminformatics, and bioinformatics. Projects include Illuminating the Druggable Genome (IDG), DrugCentral and Common Fund Data Ecosystem. Past projects include CARLSBAD and BARD, Data Commons, and screening informatics support for the UNMCMD. See our Public Web Apps, several of which I develop and maintain.
Adjunct Professor since 2022. PhD, Informatics (Dissertation: "Evidence evaluation in biomedical knowledge graphs for pharmaceutical discovery", 2022), advised by Prof. David Wild, who leads the Integrative Data Science Lab (IDSL) and Crisis Technologies Innovation Lab in the Indiana University School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering. Also contributor to Data2Discovery, IU spin-off company founded by David Wild and Ying Ding.

Independent Study in Biomedical Data Science

Project templates available in bioinformatics, cheminformatics, systems biology and other areas.
Offered as BIOM505 (Biomedical Sciences Special Topics: "Ind Study Biomed Data Sci") For more information: ISBDS Course Home Page.