About Me

I am a fourth year Ph.D student in Biomedical Informatics, advised by Linda Shapiro at University of Washington (UW).

Before coming to UW, I studied Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. I worked as undergraduate research assisstant at Bio-MIB Lab and CFM Lab.

I can be reached at wenjunw [at] cs.washington.edu.

Research Interest / CV

My research interests lie at the intersection of biomedical image analysis, machine learning, and computer vision, especially in designing interpretable tools and architectures that have potential in real-world clinical applications.

I’m currently working on an attention-based multi-task architecture for whole-slide skin biopsy diagnosis and segmentation.