Ji-Man Park, Ph.D.
Dr. Park studied at Postech, UNIST, and Oregon Health Science Center for his PhD and postdoc. His research interest is understanding the regulation of mTOR signaling and autophagy at the molecular level.
Aaron Edmund, Ph.D.
Dr. Edmund was trained for PhD in Lincoln Potter's lab. His research interest is structural biology, molecular mechanisms, and proteomics associated with protein degradation signaling.
Dahye Lee, Ph.D.
Dr. Lee was trained for her PhD in Chang Hwa Jung’s lab at the University of Science and Technology, South Korea. Her research interest is protein degradation pathways in metabolic diseases.
Seolsong Kim, Ph.D.
Dr. Kim was trained for her PhD in Eun-Kyoung Kim’s lab at DGIST, South Korea. Her research interest is immunoproteasomal regulation in immunity and metabolism.
Chiranjib Banerjee, Ph.D.
Dr. Banerjee studied at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur and Aarhus University, Denmark. He conducts a joint project by the Elias Puchner lab and Kim lab for molecular imaging studies.
Natalie Bous, an undergraduate student with Physiology major, is a research volunteer. Her research interest is gastrointestinal biology associated with nutrient sensing and protein degradation in immune cells.
Joshua Kim, undergraduate student with Biochemistry major, is a research volunteer. His research interest is immunoproteasome biology associated with protein degradation diseases.
Do-Hyung Kim, Ph.D.
Dr. Kim is a key contributor in the mTOR field. He discovered RAPTOR, the founding member of mTORC1 during his postdoctoral study at the Whitehead Institute/MIT. Dr. Kim's studies have made pioneering discoveries in establishing mTORC1 and mTORC2. Dr. Kim studied at KAIST, POSTECH, and MIT.