About me

I am Gordon An, a second-year Ph.D. student in the Division of Computational & Data Sciences with a concentration in Computational Methodology track at Washington University in St.Louis. I am now co-advised by Professor Brian Gordon at the Neuroimaging Labs Research Centers and Professor Aristeidis Sotiras at the Computational Imaging Research Center

Before coming to WashU, I got my Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics with a minor in Informatics at the University of Washington, Seattle Campus in 2021.

Research interests

My current research is related to exploring clinically neurodegenerative patterns of Alzheimer’s Disease by utilizing clustering and classification approaches and normative modeling methods, as well as analyzing heterogeneity and longitudinal data based on the disease patterns

I finished my first research rotation with Professor Dennis Barbour in the Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience and Neuroengineering with works related to Gaussian process latent variable models and Neural Networks with active learning for cognitive testing.

My second rotation was with Professor Brian Gordon, working on MRI data with HYDRA, and SustaIn model implementations.