In-Hyun Park, Ph.D, Assistant professor, I receive my Ph.D at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, 2005. Following post-doc training at Harvard Medical School, I started my independent research from 2009.
Kun-Yong Kim, Ph.D., Post-Doc, 2009 — I received my Ph.D degree in 2007 from KAIST, South Korea. I am interested in investigating the function of MeCP2 in neurodevelopment.
Eriona Hysolli, B.S., Graduate Student, 2010 — I received my B.S. degree in 2008 from Rutgers University. My research interest includes transcriptome and DNA modification changes in pluripotent stem cells and during reprogramming.
Yoshiaki Tanaka, Ph.D., Post-Doc, 2011 — Ph.D. degree was received in 2011 from University of Tokyo in life science. I am interested in the effect of epigenetic modifications on cell differentiation and reprogramming.
Yangfei Xiang, Ph.D, Post-Doc, 2013 — I received my Ph.D degree in 2013 from Jinan University, Guangzhou, Chian. My field of research interest is to develop therapeutics of Rett syndrome.
Juan Su, Ph.D, Visiting Professor, 2013 — I received my Ph.D degree in 2004 from Secondary Military Medical University, Shanghai, Chian. I am interested in using human iPSCs for disease modeling.
Yong-Wook Jung, MD. Visiting Professor, 2011 - 2013 currently, Assistant Professor, CHA University, R.O.K.
Rana Dajani, Ph.D.,Fulbright Scholar, Visiting Professor, 2012 — 2013 currently, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Hashemite University, Zarqa, Jordan
Renjing Liu, Ph.D., Post-doc, 2010 — 2011 currently, post-doc, Department of Cardiology, Yale University
Ji-Hyun Kim, M.S. — Post-graduate Associate, 2010 — 2011 currently, Ph.D. student, SUNY Stony Brook
Xiao-Ling Zhou, Ph.D. Post-doc, 2010 — 2011 currently, Assistant professor, Shantou University Medical College, P.R. China