Hello, I’m Jason Yeung.
Currently - An MD/PhD Student

Professionally, I study emerging viruses but I'm interested in all things data science. I run Data Pointes, a blog analyzing long-term outcomes of American ballet dancers.

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Who am I?

I am a past ballet dancer turned future physician scientist! I am passionate about biomedical research on viral diseases. While I no longer dance professionally, I coordinate research focused on understanding disparities and long-term outcomes in ballet.

My area of focus is at the intersection of virology, medicine, and data science. Long-term, I'm looking to blend a research background in translational technologies for emerging viral illnesses with clinical pathology practice.

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Viral Recombination Mapper Analysis

Viral Recombination Mapper Analysis

This application helps users represent viral recombination events interactively, allowing for quick analysis and intuitive data visualizations.

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Data Pointes

This blog provides in-depth analysis of a unique dataset of American ballet dancers I've been curating for 3+ years, generating industry-wide statistics useful for dancers and organizations.

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American Ballet Network Visualization

American Ballet Network Visualization

This application was made early on in the making of Data Pointes, visualizing the relationship between American ballet dancers and organizations.

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Research using wet and dry lab techniques with experience at Biosafety Level 3. Over 5+ years coding in R. Have also worked with D3.js, Python, Linux Command Line, and MongoDB.

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University of Texas Medical Branch
University of Pittsburgh
Texas A&M University