Wilson Wen Bin Goh leads the BioData Science and Education laboratory at the School of Biological Sciences, Nanyang Technological University. He graduated with his PhD (Bioinformatics/Computational Systems Biology) in 2014. Prior to joining NTU in 2017, served as an Associate Professor in Tianjin University China and a visiting professor in School of Computing, National University of Singapore.
My research interests include themes in resolving practice-theory gaps in statistics and machine learning, computational biology with focus on mass spectra analysis and network theory, and in education technology supporting experiential and (human) deep learning.
I use data science and statistical techniques in solving complex problems in health and education.
- **Ho SY, Wong L, Goh WWB. Avoid oversimplifications in machine learning: Going beyond the class-prediction accuracy. Patterns (Cellpress), Accepted
- Goh WWB, Sze CC. AI paradigms for teaching biotechnology. Trends in Biotechnology, 37(1): 1-5, Jan 2019 ##
- **Goh WWB, Zhao Y, Sue ACH, Guo T, Wong LS. Proteomic investigation of intra-tumor heterogeneity using network-based contextualizations, Journal of Proteomics, 30(206):103446, Jul 2019 #
For 1., this is the first paper in our latest foray examining technical issues on validation problems in machine learning. 2. is a call-to-arms stating that with more advanced technologies, education also needs to move forward to making people “smarter”. 3. is an innovative strategy using complexity theory to re-examine cancer in terms of networks—producing higher levels of reproducibility in results while also suggesting much of the so-called heterogeneity is noise.
|2020 – 2022||Recovering missing proteins based on biological complexes|
|2019 – 2021||Identify essential genes to construct a functional unfolded protein response programme using synthetic biology, 2019-2021|
|2019 –2021||Evaluating the Clinical Utility of Immune Phenotypes in Schizophrenia|
|2019-2022||Characterising the Anti-Aging role of the UPR from High Glucose Diet|
|2019 – 2021||Design and development of digital coaching environment for Deeper Experiential Engagement Projects: co-evolution of education with Artificial Intelligence|
The learning never stops.
Director for Masters Programmes, School of Biological Sciences, College of Science
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