National University of Singapore
Dr. Choi received Ph.D. in biostatistics in 2009 and worked as a post-doctoral fellow (2009-2010) at the University of Michigan Medical School. During his time in Michigan, he developed a range of computational and statistical tools that are widely used in large-scale mass spectrometry-based proteomics analysis. He joined NUS in 2011 where he has continued to develop mass spectrometry data processing methods and pathway-oriented data integration methods for large-scale multi-omics data. His current interest includes large-scale data integration for systems biology analysis, data visualization, and computational pipeline development for metabolomics, and mass spectrometry-based high-throughput clinical assay development. In addition to bioinformatics tool development, his computational and statistical systems biology laboratory provides various data analysis support for basic and clinician scientists at NUH (systems biology core) and ASTAR.