Hyun Jun received his MSc in microbiology in 2007 and PhD in molecular medicine and physiology in 2012 from Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea. Then, he worked as a postdoctoral visiting fellow at the NHLBI Systems Biology Center in National Institutes of Health, Maryland. During his post-doctoral training, he studied vasopressin-mediated gene expression involved in regulation of water balance in the kidney collecting duct using multi-Omics tools and his work was supported by the Korean Visiting Scientist Award granted from the NIH and the Korea Ministry of Health and Welfare for the first two-years (2013-2015). Hyun Jun is interested in systems biology and computational biology approaches to understanding the pathophysiological mechanisms of fluid and electrolyte disorders. Outside the laboratory, he is also interested in playing sports and cooking.
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