Welcome to Kun Huang's Homepage

I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Biomedical Informatics at the Ohio State University.


My research interest includes:


v Computational Biology and Translational Bioinformatics

Ø Gene co-expression network and motif analysis

Ø Analysis and management of next generation sequencing data

Ø Cancer biomarker discovery

Ø Genomic signal processing and pattern recognition

Ø Network mining and integration

v Integrative genomics

Ø Consensus clustering for patient subtyping using multiple omics data

Ø Network based integrative modeling

Ø Integration of imaging, proteome and genomics data for biomarker discovery

v Bioimage Informatics and biomedical image analysis

Ø Quantitative phenotyping using microscopic images

Ø Segmentation and registration of large biomedical images

Ø 3D reconstruction and modeling of microscopic structures

Ø Visualization of complex biological structures in 3D

v Neural informatics

Ø Spatial statistical characterization of neuron distribution in brain

Ø Visualization and integrative analysis of Allen Brain Atlas data

Ø Network-based discovery of functional genetic variants in neurological diseases

Ø Epigenetic markers for neural development and aging

v Computer Vision and Image Processing

Ø multiple-view geometry, feature matching and tracking

Ø image segmentation and compression

Ø video event detection and compression

Here is my Curriculum Vitae.


Teaching: IBGP/BMI 705



v Postdoctoral Researcher

v Research Associate and summer intern

v Visiting Scholar / Visiting Student – Please send your CV if you are interested in the following areas: bioinformatics, biomedical image analysis, computer vision, data and network mining, machine learning/pattern recognition, and computational/systems biology.

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Contact Information

v Office Address:

Rm.340-G Lincoln Tower

1800 Canon Drive

Columbus, OH 43210, USA


v Tel: (614) 366-4980

v Fax: (614) 688-6600

v E-mail: kun.huang@osumc.edu

Kun Huang, computer vision, biomedical informatics, image analysis