I am a postdoctoral scholar in the Department of Bioengineering at Stanford University. Previously, I received a Ph.D. in Computational Biology at Carnegie Mellon University, advised by Dr. Robert F Murphy.
I am interested in (statistical) machine learning, computational biology, and pattern recognition.
Huangqingbo (Paul) Sun

sunh at stanford edu

Department of Bioengineering
Stanford University
443 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305


Peer-reviewed papers
  • Expanding the coverage of spatial proteomics: a machine learning approach
    Huangqingbo Sun, Jiayi Li, Robert F Murphy*
    Bioinformatics, 40, no. 2 (2024): btae062.
    [paper] [software]
  • Basal body organization and cell geometry during the cell cycle in Tetrahymena thermophila
    Huangqingbo Sun, Adam Soh, Lisa Mitchell, Chad Pearson, and Robert F. Murphy*
    Molecular Biology of the Cell, 34, no. 6 (2023): ar53.
    [paper] [software]
  • Improving and evaluating deep learning models of cellular organization
    Huangqingbo Sun⁺, Xuecong Fu⁺, Serena Abraham, Shen Jin, and Robert F. Murphy*
    Bioinformatics, 38, no. 23 (2022): 5299-5306.
    [paper] [software]
  • Evaluation of categorical matrix completion algorithms: toward improved active learning for drug discovery
    Huangqingbo Sun, and Robert F. Murphy*
    Bioinformatics, 37, no. 20 (2021): 3538-3545.
    [paper] [software]
  • An Improved Matrix Completion Algorithm For Categorical Variables: Application to Active Learning of Drug Responses
    Huangqingbo Sun, and Robert F. Murphy*
    ICML 2020 Workshop on Real World Experiment Design and Active Learning, (2020).
  • A MEMS variable optical attenuator with ultra-low wavelength-dependent loss and polarization-dependent loss
    Huangqingbo Sun, Wei Zhou, Zijing Zhang, and Robert F. Murphy*
    Micromachines, 9, no. 12 (2018): 632.
Book chapters & technical reports
  • Learning Morphological, Spatial, and Dynamic Models for Cellular and Subcellular Components
    Huangqingbo Sun, and Robert F. Murphy*
    Imaging Cell Signaling, Methods in Molecular Biology, 2800. Humana, New York, NY.
  • ⁺ equal contribution, * corresponding author
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