864-889-0519 chg@clemson.edu

Graduate Student

Email: fchang@clemson.edu

fengge chang 2 g

fengge chang 2 g


I completed my Master’s degree in information systems Engineering from the Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University, Japan in 2022.

In 2022, I joined Clemson University’s Center for Human Genetics as a graduate student under the mentorship of Dr. Zhana Duren. My research focus at Clemson University revolves around drug addiction and gene regulation.


My main motivation is to apply mathematical and engineering principles to biology. During my time at Saitama University, I worked on studying the structure of gene regulatory networks. Currently, at Clemson University, my research involves understanding the relationship between genetic variants and disease-associated cells. Additionally, I am actively engaged in studying drug addiction and its underlying mechanisms.


Haga Cham, Yutaka Shimada, Analyzing the relationships between tissue-specific gene expression and subgraphs in gene regulatory networks, NOLTA, IEICE, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 415–420 (2022)

Zhana Duren, Fengge Chang, Fnu Naqing, Jingxue Xin, Qiao Liu, Wing Hung Wong, Regulatory analysis of single cell multiome gene expression and chromatin accessibility data with scREG, Genom biol., 16;23(1):114 (2022)