Kim-Anh Do, Ph.D.
B.Sc. (First class honours, Mathematics,
University of Queensland)
B.Sc. ( Maths & Computer Science, University of Queensland)
Department of Biostatistics, MD
Anderson Cancer Center.
Faculty Member at the University of
Texas Graduate School of Biomedical
Sciences at Houston.
Department of Statistics, Rice University.
Department of Statistics, Texas A&M
Areas of Interest
- Computational Statistics and
- Statistical Genetics
- Non-parametric statistical
Awards and Honors
- Fellow, American Statistical
Association, since 2006
- Fellow, Royal Statistical
Society, since 2005
- M.D. Anderson
Faculty Scholar Award, 2003-2005
- President-elect, Houston Chapter of
the American Statistical Association, 2002-2003
- President, Houston Chapter of the American
Statistical Association, 2003-2004
- Australian Academy
of Science Travel Award, 1994
- Amy R. Hughes Award
(Australian Federation of University Women), 1983
- Caltex Woman Graduate of the
Year Award, 1983-1985
By appointment only. Please contact me via email/phone/fax.
G.J. McLachlan, K.-A. Do, and C. Ambroise
(2004) Analyzing microarray gene
expression data (with G.J.McLachlan and C. Ambroise).
Microarray Gene Expression Data, Hobokin, New Jersey: Wiley
Mueller, P. and Vannucci, M. (2006). Bayesian
Inference for Gene Expression and Proteomics. Edited Volume. Cambridge
Editorial reviews: Briefings in
Bioinformatics, Biometrics, JASA, JRSS, Series A
Qin, Z. and Vannucci, M. (2012). Advances in Statistical Bioinformatics:
Models and Integrative Inference for High-Throughput Data. Edited Volume.
Cambridge University Press (in progress).
Teaching at MDACC
1. Cancer Biology Course
2. Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (GSBS Course
3. Advanced Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Gene
Expression and Proteomics Course
Clustering of gene expression microarrays
Mass Spectrometry Proteomics
Modified: November 2011
- English, Vietnamese: fluent
- French: fair knowledge
- Spanish, Portuguese, Italian,
German, Hindi: beginner