Mingxuan Zhang


Ph.D. Student, Califano Lab and Azizi Lab (Computer Science)

Mingxuan Zhang is a second-year Ph.D. student in Dr. Andrea Califano and Dr. Elham Azizi’s labs. He completed his M.Sc. in Computational Biology from Cornell University in 2022. His research focuses on developing deep generative models for multi-omics data that decode cancer dynamics under molecular therapies with interaction networks and graphs.

Education History

M.Sc. in Computational Biology, Cornell University, Weill School of Medicine, 2022

B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science, UC San Diego, 2019


Zhang, Mingxuan, 1. Kevin Hoffer-Hawlik, 2. Benjamin Izar, and Elham Azizi. n.d. “GGeraPHF: Graph Generative Poisson Hierarchical Factorization.” 

Ager, Casey R., Mingxuan Zhang, Matthew Chaimowitz, Shruti Bansal, Somnath Tagore, Aleksandar Obradovic, Collin Jugler, et al. 2023. “KLRG1 Marks Tumor-Infiltrating CD4 T Cell Subsets Associated with Tumor Progression and Immunotherapy Response.” Journal for Immunotherapy of Cancer 11 (9).