Fu Wang, MA
Fu Wang is a data analyst at the Center for the Developing Brain. His work involves processing and analyzing extensive survey and focus group data to define negative online experiences of children and adolescents. He operates under the supervision of Aki Nikolaidis, PhD. Fu obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in applied mathematics from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a Master of Arts in statistics from Columbia University.
Fu previously worked as a data engineer for Metis Themis Insights, working with data warehouses and data lakes and utilizing Python to collect and clean data. He has expertise in analyzing data from job posting websites, using Tableau to create reports and drive business insights. While at the company, he also designed a text classification model that predicts required skills from job descriptions with a test accuracy of 93.8 percent.
Fu is ardent about utilizing mathematical approaches and data science techniques for quality control, processing, and machine learning-based analyses to comprehend the correlations between brain development and the emergence of mental health disorders.
- BS, Applied Mathematics, University of California, Santa Barbara
- MA, Statistics, Columbia University