I’m an assistant professor in the department of statistics at the  the National Cheng Kung University. My main research including the application of Bayesian approaches to the fMRI and DTI data. I was a postdoctoral associate at the Rochester Center for Brain Imaging (RCBI), University of Rochester, examining whether the altered activation of human brain underlies the impaired response inhibition and to investigate whether the frontostriatal connectivity is related to the same underlying dysfunction. My CV is here and my research interest is here.



B.B.A. in Statistics, National Chung Hsing University, 1995-2000

M.S. in Statistics, National Chiao Tung University, 1999-2001

Ph.D. in Statistics, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, 2004-2010

Advisor: Galin John

Thesis Topic: An Application of the Spatial Bayesian Variable Selection to fMRI Time-Series Data

R Codes: Compare different priors, activation detection only, change of activation pattern over time, simulation study, fMRI_SpBVS_GUI


    fMRI Data Analysis

    Monte Carlo Algorithms

    Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) Analysis

    Bayesian Modeling




1. Calculus, Fall 2012 at NCKU




Department of Statistics in NCKU

Department of Statistics in UMN

Department of Pschology in NCKU

Rochester Center for Brain Imaging at University of Rochester