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Jun S. Liu (Chinese: 刘军; pinyin: Liú Jūn; born 1965) is an award-winning Chinese-American statistician focusing on Bayesian statistical inference and computational biology. He received the COPSS Presidents' Award in 2002. Liu is a professor in the Department of Statistics at Harvard University and has written many research papers and a book about Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithms, including their applications in biology. He is also co-author of the Tmod software for motif discovery.

Liu was an IMS Medallion Lecturer in 2002 and a Bernoulli Lecturer in 2004. He was elected a fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics in 2004 and of the American Statistical Association in 2005.

Liu received his B.Sc. from Peking University in 1985. He has a Ph.D. in math from Rutgers University in 1988, and a Ph.D. in statistics under the supervision of Wing Hung Wong from the University of Chicago in 1991.


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