Kyuwon Cho, granted admission to Emory Graduate School
Current Yoon lab research assistant, Kyuwon Cho, got accepted into The Molecular and Systems Pharmacology Graduate program (MSP) at Emory University.
MSP program at Emory University offers broad training in the biomedical sciences for students interested in learning how the drugs of today work and how the novel therapeutics of tomorrow can be developed. Emory University was recently rated by The Scientist magazine as the #1 university in the world in terms of impact in pharmacology and toxicology research. Particular strengths within the MSP graduate school program at Emory include neuropharmacology, cancer biology, AIDS research, cardiovascular pharmacology, toxicology, and chemical biology. Ph.D. training in the Emory MSP program provides students with an ideal preparation for successful careers in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries as well as in academic research, teaching, government research, patent law and other disciplines that depend upon knowledge of fundamental pharmacological principles.
Including this case, all of research assistants or research specialists who had worked at Yoon lab since 2008 successfully entered and moved onto advanced level degree programs.
- Eugine Lee, New York University
- Min Young Lee, Emory University
- Mackenzie Houge, Mercer University
- Yong Jin Choi, University of California, Berkeley
- Ji Yoon Lee, The Catholic University of Korea
- Jaemin Byun, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
- Kyuwon Cho, Emory University
Additionally, Yoon lab’s postdoctoral research fellow alumni are currently working as professors in major Universities since 2008.
- Hyun-Jai Cho, Seoul National University, Assistant Professor
- Chang Won Park, University of Illinois at Chicago, Assistant Professor
- Hyung Bum Kim, Hanyang University, Assistant Professor
- Seran Yang, Kangwon National University, Assistant Professor
- Sung Whan Kim, Dong-a University, Research Assistant Professor
Last but not least, past Yoon lab undergraduate volunteers are pursuing advanced degrees in medical school or graduate school to develop their careers.
- Julie J. Kim, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Medical Student
- Rishim Jayswal, Ross University, Medical Student
- Eunhye Lee, Seoul National University, Medical Student
- Chan Jin Lee, The Catholic University of Korea, Medical Student
- Jaekyung Jung, Seoul National University, Graduate Student