Jun Young Park
700 University Ave
Toronto, ON, M5G 1Z5
I am an assistant professor at the University of Toronto, Department of Statistical Sciences and Department of Psychology. I received my Ph.D. in Biostatistics at the University of Minnesota in 2020 and B.A. in Mathematics/Statistics at Carleton College in 2012.
I develop statistical methods for neuroimaging and genetic data. Especially, my research focus is developing statistical modeling and inference procedures to account for several layers of correlation structures, including spatial, temporal, and functional dependencies.
My Curriculum Vitae is available in the link. My research is being supported by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), the University of Toronto’s Data Science Institute and McLaughlin Centre.
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|May 29, 2023||Please check out the R package CLEAN, which is now renovated to provide a user-friendly implementation of CLEAN/CLEAN-R/CLEAN-V.|
|May 12, 2023||Will be presenting at Statistical Methods in Imaging conference.|
|Apr 29, 2023||An updated preprint on removing inter-scanner biases, which was called UNIFAC harmonization, is now available with a new name, RELIEF.|
|Apr 21, 2023||Delighted to get supported by the McLaughlin Centre for statistical genetics research with Dan Felsky and Jesse Gronsbell!|
|Apr 20, 2023||Our new manuscript for testing variance components in reliability and heritability studies is now available at BioRxiv.|