Chen Liang, PhD
Chen is an Assistant Professor at Louisiana Tech University, Department of Health Informatics & Information Management. He received the PhD in Biomedical Informatics from the University of Texas, School of Biomedical Informatics and both the MS in Psychology and BE in Electronic & Information Engineering from Soochow University. Chen's research interests encompass information science and cognitive science. His recent work on harnessing medical errors from narrative medical data is inspired by psycholinguistic studies, semantic web ontology, and machine learning.
Office: Wyly Tower 1125
Phone: +1 318 257 2839
Fax: +1 318 257 4869
Wennan Ma, MS, PhD Candidate
Wennan is a PhD Candidate in Computational Analysis and Modeling (CAM), an interdisciplinary doctoral program at Louisiana Tech. As a summer intern, he is exploring interdisciplinary research opportunities to extend his current work to biomedical informatics.
Amelia is an undergraduate student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Health Informatics and Information Management. She is also currently a Medical Records Coordinator for a non-profit mental health facility in Little Rock, Arkansas. She is interested in advancing her education and experience through multifaceted research opportunities.