Michael Wu is a Professor in the Biostatistics Program, Public Health Sciences Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. The major thrust of the group's research lies in the development and application of statistical methods for for analysis of high-dimensional genomic data within the broader context of clinical trials as well as population-based genetic, genomic, epigenetic, and microbiome studies. Currently, the group is heavily invested in developing and applying cutting edge approaches for microbiome and metagenomic studies. Applications focus a range of additional conditions, disorders, disease and contexts include aging, autoimmune disorders, cancer, cardiovascular disease, environmental health, and reproductive/perinatal outcomes.
We are always eager to develop new collaborations with investigators within substantive fields as well as methodological researchers.