Assistant Professor of Computer Science & Engineering
Assistant Professor of Genome Sciences
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
University of Washington

PhD  Stanford University, 2009
MS    Stanford University, 2003
BS     Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, 2001

Rm 536, Paul G. Allen Center (CSE)
S243C, Foege Building (GS)
suinlee AT uw.edu





Research Interests:  systems biology, genomic medicine, and machine learning

My group is developing powerful statistical and machine learning techniques to analyze high-throughput molecular data 1) to discover molecular mechanisms of disease initiation and progression, 2) to identify therapeutic targets, and 3) to develop personalized therapy based on individual patients' molecular profiles.

Bio: Professor Su-In Lee is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Computer Science & Engineering and Genome Sciences at the University of Washington.  Before joining the UW in 2010, she was a visiting professor in the Lane Center for Computational Biology at Carnegie Mellon University.  She has been named an American Cancer Society Research Scholar and received the NSF CAREER Award.  Her lab is primarily funded by the American Cancer Society, the National Institutes of Health, and the National Science Foundation.