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Yanhua Qu

University of Tennessee, Memphis
Center for Neuroscience
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology
855 Monroe Avenue
Memphis, TN 38163
Phone: (901) 448-2806  
Fax: (901) 448-1716, (901) 448-7193

Yanhua Qu


2003 Ph.D. in Computer Science and Intelligent System, Oita University, Japan.

1998 M.S. in Computer Science and Intelligent System, Oita University, Japan.

1985 B.S. in Mechanical engineering, Jilin University of Technology, China.


2001-present: Computer Program Designer, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, College of Medicine, University of Tennessee, USA.

1985-1995: Software Engineer, Computer Center, Shijiazhuang Tractor Factory, Heibei, China.


1. Yanhua Qu, Keizo Sato, Makoto Nakashima, Tetsuro Ito: Browsing in digital libraries efficiently under the support of will-be-relevant information. IEICE Transactionson Information and Systems, Vol. J84-D-I, No.7, 1009-1020, 2001.

2. Yanhua Qu, Makoto Nakashima, Tetsuro Ito: Arranging and clustering results of information filtering for effective conceptual browsing. IEICE Transactionson Information and Systems, Vol. E85-D, No.10, 1619-1627, 2003.

3. Mokoto Nakashima, Keizo Sato, Yanhua Qu, Tetsuro Ito: Browsing based conceptual information retrieval incorporating dictionary term relations, keyword association, and a user's interest. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 54(1):18-28, 2003.

4. Keizo Sato, Yusei Suzuki,Yanhua Qu, Tetsuro Ito: Designing user interface for browsing linearly ordered documents effectively. Technical Report of IEICE, DE2000-15 (2000-05), 113-119, 2000.


  1. Qu Y, Sato K, Nakashima M, Ito T: Browsing in a digital library collecting linearly arranged documents. The 24th Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Septermber 9-13, 2001
  2. Williams RW, Lu L, Sho S, Qu Y, Wang J, Manly K, Chesler E, Hsu H.C., Mountz J, Threadgill D: Genomic analysis of transcriptional networks: combining microarrays with complex trait analysis. The International Complex Trait Consortium 1stAnnual Meeting, Memphis, Tennessee, USA. May 2002
  3. Sho S, Lu L, Qu Y, Jensen P, Williams RW: High transcript-tional diversity and complexity among mouse brain regions. The 32nd Neuroscience Meeting, Orlando, FL USA. November 2002.
  4. Williams RW, Sho S, Qu Y, Chesler E, Manly K, Wang J, Hsu, HC, Mountz J, Threadgill DW, Lu L: Massively parallel mapping of microarray data reveals mouse forebrain transcriptional networks. The 32nd Neuroscience Meeting, Orlando, FL USA. November 2002.

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