Min-Ho Kim Lab:Lab Members

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<h3>Min-Ho Kim, Ph.D.,Principal Investigator</h3>
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* 2013- , Assistant professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Kent State University
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* 2012- , Graduate Faculty, School of Biomedical Sciences, Kent State University
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* 2012-2013, Assistant professor, College of Applied Engineering, Kent State University
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* 2010-2012, Project Scientist, Biomedical Engineering,University of California at Davis
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* 2006-2009, Postdoc Fellow, Biomedical Engineering,University of California at Davis
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* 2005, Postdoc Fellow, Molecular and Cellular Physiology, LSU Health Sciences Center
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* 2001-2004, Research Assistant, Bioengineering, Pennsylvania State University
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* 1997-2000, Full-time lecturer, Aerospace Engineering, Republic of Korea Airforce Academy
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<h3>Bing Yu, MD. Ph.D.,Research Associate</h3>
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Dr. Bing Yu is currently research associate and joined our laboratory in April 2013. He received postdoctoral training at the department of Orthopedic Surgery at Johns Hopkins University (2009-2013). His current research is focused on understanding molecular and cellular mechanism by which macrophage polarization influences therapeutic potential of mesenchymal stem cell.
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<h3>Baeckkyoung Sung, Ph.D.,Postdoc Fellow</h3>
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Dr. Sung is currently postdoc fellow and joined our laboratory in March 2013. He received his Ph.D. in Biophysics from Seoul National University (2010) and University de Paris IX (2011). He then received postdoctoral training at the CNRS in France (2012). His current research is focused on developing magnetic responsive biomaterials for controlled drug delivery and stem cell engineering.
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Min-Ho Kim, Ph.D.,Principal Investigator

  • 2013- , Assistant professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Kent State University
  • 2012- , Graduate Faculty, School of Biomedical Sciences, Kent State University
  • 2012-2013, Assistant professor, College of Applied Engineering, Kent State University
  • 2010-2012, Project Scientist, Biomedical Engineering,University of California at Davis
  • 2006-2009, Postdoc Fellow, Biomedical Engineering,University of California at Davis
  • 2005, Postdoc Fellow, Molecular and Cellular Physiology, LSU Health Sciences Center
  • 2001-2004, Research Assistant, Bioengineering, Pennsylvania State University
  • 1997-2000, Full-time lecturer, Aerospace Engineering, Republic of Korea Airforce Academy

Bing Yu, MD. Ph.D.,Research Associate

Dr. Bing Yu is currently research associate and joined our laboratory in April 2013. He received postdoctoral training at the department of Orthopedic Surgery at Johns Hopkins University (2009-2013). His current research is focused on understanding molecular and cellular mechanism by which macrophage polarization influences therapeutic potential of mesenchymal stem cell.

Baeckkyoung Sung, Ph.D.,Postdoc Fellow

Dr. Sung is currently postdoc fellow and joined our laboratory in March 2013. He received his Ph.D. in Biophysics from Seoul National University (2010) and University de Paris IX (2011). He then received postdoctoral training at the CNRS in France (2012). His current research is focused on developing magnetic responsive biomaterials for controlled drug delivery and stem cell engineering.

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