Researcher

Researcher

Prof. CHANG Hyeshik
High-throughput Biology
Prof. HONG Joonhyung
Administration and Public Law, Theory of Administrative Law, Environmental Law, Environmental Policy, Information-Communication Policy and Law, Internet Law, Administrative Law and Legal Policy, Legislation
Prof. HWANG Seung-sik
Environmental Epidemiology, Spatiotemporal Epidemiology, Injury/Disaster/Emergency Medical System Epidemiology
Prof. JO Dong-Joon
International Organization
Prof. JU Biung-ghi
JU, BIUNG-GHI is a professor in the Department of Economics at Seoul National University and the director of the Center for Distributive Justice. His research and teaching interests are in distributive justice, income distribution and inequality, social choice and voting, and fair allocation theory.
Prof. KIM Taekyoon
International Cooperation
Prof. KIM V. Narry
Our lab researches gene regulation mediated by RNA. RNAs are at the core of posttranscriptional regulation, and play pivotal roles in developmental and pathological pathways. We currently work on three major topics (microRNA, RNA tail, and RNA binding proteins) applying biochemical and molecular biological tools, as well as genetic, biophysical, and computational approaches.
Prof. KO Kilkon
Quantitative Analysis, Research Methods, Policy Analysis, Decision Making Theory, Chinese Administrative Reform and Corruption
Prof. KWON Hyunji
Sociology of Labor, Comparative Industrial Relation, Labor Market and Inequality Study
Prof. LEE Hyunsook
Roles of the tumor suppressor BRCA2 in DNA repair and cell cycle control. Regulation of mitosis and the development of chromosome instability in cancer (CIN). Telomere maintenance and cancer susceptibility. Development and analyses of mouse and zebrafish models for CIN type cancer.
Prof. LEE Jong-koo
Family Medicine
Prof. PARK Do Joon
Endocrinology
Prof. SEOK Chaok
Computational Biology and Biomolecular Engineering
Prof. YOO Myoungsoon
Crisis Communication, Public Perception and Outrage of Health and Environmental Risks, Embitterment and Societal Well-being, Patient/Person Centered healthcare communication