Fresh faculty: James Zou, biomedical data science department

In this series, The Stanford Daily sits down to talk with new faculty members on campus. Assistant professor James Zou joined Stanford’s newly created biomedical data science department in the fall, teaching CS 273B: “Deep Learning in Genomics and Biomedicine” with Anshul Kundaje, assistant professor of genetics and computer science. The Daily sat down with Zou to discuss joining the Stanford community and his interests beyond his academic discipline. The Stanford Daily (TSD): How did you get to where you are today? (Courtesy of Stanford Medical School) James Zou (JZ): I grew up on the East Coast. I spent a part of high school in Columbus, Ohio at a typical suburban high school. It’s pretty funny because [statistics and electrical engineering professor] John [Duchi] actually went to the same high…

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