Tae Hun Kim
Postdoctoral Research Fellow / Banting Fellow / H.L. Holmes Scholar
I work on in vitro selection models, Phage display and cDNA display methods which are high-throughput affinity molecule selection methods against biological targets such as proteins, peptides, receptors, bio markers, antibodies, etc.
About: Ph.D. Degree in Molecular Biology and Protein Engineering at the Department of Functional Biomaterial Science, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University, Japan 2020. MSc. degree in Nutrition at the Postgraduate Institute of Agriculture, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka 2015. BSc. degree in Food Science at the Department of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sri Peradeniya, Sri Lanka 2012.
Hello! I am Aarushi, a rising senior undergraduate student studying Biochemistry and International Studies (focusing on global health). I have previously worked in a neurobiology lab that studied the effects of DNA damage in neuronal cells over time at a global level, working with the Drosophila model to do so. Currently, I am assisting Dr. Kim in his study regarding the PARP repair mechanism for DNA single-strand breaks as a part of my capstone project.
My name is Angela Khurana and I am an undergraduate pursuing a BS in biochemistry on the pre-med track at Case Western Reserve University. I graduated from Jericho High School in Long Island, New York. Currently, I am a member of Dr. Kim's lab in the biochemistry department.
Hye Jin (Helen) Park : Research Assistant, 2023
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