Two School of Informatics and Computing researchers receive prestigious NSF CAREER grants
Two SoIC faculty members were awarded 5-year CAREER grants by the National Science Foundation. Khairi Reda, assistant professor of data science and human-computer interaction, and his team will develop tools to aid in assessing the reliability of data patterns. His $538,140 grant project aims to help broaden the adoption of visual analysis tools. Jingwen Yan, assistant professor of bioinformatics, and her team will provide new perspectives on handling multi-omic data, which can be used discover disease biomarkers, through her $549,909 grant project.