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Bryan Naidenov

Graduate Student Bryan Naidenov

I am a 2nd year PhD student under the supervision of Dr. Charles Chen. After originally having completed undergraduate studies in Biology at Kennesaw State University, I found an opportunity to pursue research in quantitative genomics as a graduate student at Oklahoma State University. My research involves inferential statistics of quantitative agricultural traits, non-convex mathematical modeling of phenotype-genotype relationships, non-parametric applications of machine learning to high-dimensional biological samples, and whole genome prediction through convolutional embeddings. My dissertation applies a functional interpretation of genetic polymophisms in an effort to predictively model and characterize the flowering time in the worldwide Arabidopsis population.

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