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Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
 
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
  
410-516-6241(Office)
 
  
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====Previous Research====
 
 
'''E-Mail : hojung.cho@jhu.edu'''
 
 
 
 
 
====Research====
 
 
*Bacterial collective behavior in the micro-environment
 
*Bacterial collective behavior in the micro-environment
 
*Systemic approach to bacterial quorum sensing and stress response
 
*Systemic approach to bacterial quorum sensing and stress response
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====Education and Professional Training====
 
====Education and Professional Training====
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* 2008    Ph.D.in Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Marlyand
 
* 2002    B.S. in Chemical Engineering (summa cum laude), Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
 
* 2002    B.S. in Chemical Engineering (summa cum laude), Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
  
  
 
====Honors and Awards====
 
====Honors and Awards====
* Samsung Scholarship (SLSF), fall 2002~ summer 2006
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* Samsung Scholarship (SLSF), 2002~ 2006
 
 
* American Microbiology Society student travel grant, January 2006
 
 
 
* New England Complex Systems Institute student scholarship, January 2005
 
  
  
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'''H.Cho''', H.Jonsson, K.Campbell, P.Melke, JW.Williams, et al.,"Self-Organization in High-Density Bacterial Colonies:
 
'''H.Cho''', H.Jonsson, K.Campbell, P.Melke, JW.Williams, et al.,"Self-Organization in High-Density Bacterial Colonies:
 
Efficient Crowd Control", PLoS Biol. 2007 October 31; 5(11): e302.
 
Efficient Crowd Control", PLoS Biol. 2007 October 31; 5(11): e302.
 
• Highlighted in Nature 450, 322-323 (15 November 2007)
 
 
• Highlighted in Nature Reviews Microbiology 5, 904 (December 2007)
 
 
• Featured in MSNBC LiveScience.com, Tues., Nov. 20, 2007.
 
  
 
A.Groisman, C.Lobo, '''H.Cho''', JK Campbell, YS Dufour, AM Stevens, A Levchenko,” A microfluidic chemostat for experiments with bacterial and yeast cells”, Nature Methods. 2005 Sep; 2(9):685-9.
 
A.Groisman, C.Lobo, '''H.Cho''', JK Campbell, YS Dufour, AM Stevens, A Levchenko,” A microfluidic chemostat for experiments with bacterial and yeast cells”, Nature Methods. 2005 Sep; 2(9):685-9.

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Hojung Cho

Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering

Dr. Andre Levchenko Lab

The Whitaker Institute for Biomedical Engineering

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine


Previous Research

  • Bacterial collective behavior in the micro-environment
  • Systemic approach to bacterial quorum sensing and stress response


Education and Professional Training

  • 2008 Ph.D.in Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Marlyand
  • 2002 B.S. in Chemical Engineering (summa cum laude), Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea


Honors and Awards

  • Samsung Scholarship (SLSF), 2002~ 2006


Publications

H.Cho, H.Jonsson, K.Campbell, P.Melke, JW.Williams, et al.,"Self-Organization in High-Density Bacterial Colonies: Efficient Crowd Control", PLoS Biol. 2007 October 31; 5(11): e302.

A.Groisman, C.Lobo, H.Cho, JK Campbell, YS Dufour, AM Stevens, A Levchenko,” A microfluidic chemostat for experiments with bacterial and yeast cells”, Nature Methods. 2005 Sep; 2(9):685-9. • Reviewed in Nature Methods 2 (9): 648-649 (2005)

BK Cho, H Cho, H Yun, BG Kim, “Simultaneous synthesis of enantiomerically pure (S)-amino acids and (R)-amines using /-aminotransferase coupling reactions with two-liquid phase reaction system”, Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic, 2003 December 1; 26(3):273-85

BK Cho, H.Cho, SH Park, H Yun, BG Kim, “Simultaneous synthesis of enantiomerically pure (S)-amino acids and (R)-amines using coupled transaminase reactions”, Biotechnology and Bioengineering. 2003 Mar 30; 81(7):783-9