My name is Junrui Di (Simplified Chinese: 邸俊瑞). I’m a 4th year PhD Candidate at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Department of Biostatistics. I am part of the Wearable and Implantable Technology (WIT) research group consisting of experts in the field of wearable/implantable technology. Before joining Hopkins, I recieved my Bachelor degree in Applied Mathematics from UC Berkeley in 2012, and my Master degree in Biostatistics from Georgetown University in 2013.

In my spare time, I am a music lover and singer.

Latest News

  • I will join Takeda Pharmaceutical in Boston as an intern Biostatistician from June to August to work on project related to implementation of wearable devices in clincial trials.

  • Is your sleep on weekends messing up the week? Check the new release about the OBT paper. More

  • JHU Biostatistics is the top biostat (along with some great company in a 3 way tie) and is 3rd overall among statsistics and biostatistics in the new US News and world report rankings! More.

  • March 26. Come to meet me and see my talk at ENAR 2018 located in Atlanta this year.

  • Januaray 29. Our OBT sleep paper has been cited by an article on causes & solutions of sleep deprivation.