About Me

General Non-sense:

Hi there! I'm Neo Yin, a student, researcher, and community enthusiast currently pursuing my Ph.D. in Statistics at the University of California โ€“ Berkeley. Born and raised in Coquitlam, BC, my fascination for Mathematics and Philosophy was nurtured through my early education at Port Moody Secondary School, where I also discovered a love for visual and performance arts. I then moved to Toronto, where I completed my BSc (Hons) with a duo-specialist in Pure Math and Applied Math with a minor in Philosophy from the University of Toronto - St. Michael's College.

Research Interest:

My current

interest is in computational pathology and Iโ€™m a part of the Computational Pathology Group led by Professor Iain Carmichael, and the HemeAI Lab led by Dr. Gregory Goldgof. Iโ€™m also broadly interested in the study of human-AI collaboration as well as AI-related policies.

If youโ€™d like to know the general vibe of my research works, check out my

page, where I share some of my
Research Reading Notes
Research Reading Notes

Reading & Life-long Learning:

Outside of research, I spend a lot of time reading books and listening to audiobooks. Check out


Automation Projects:

I believe in the power of automation and the collaborative potential of humans and technology. Outside of research, I invest some of my free time working on

. In fact, this website is 95% automated, bottle-neck-free, and synced with my digital Notion notebook while using a mix of AI- and human-generated content.


I stay physically active through body-weight exercises. Every week, I participate in and lead group calisthenics exercise sessions on Berkeley campus as a part of a club that I co-founded in the first year of my Ph.D. program, check out


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