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I received my BSc in electrical and computer engineering at Hanyang University (Seoul, South Korea).  In my senior year, I was fascinated by how neurobiological system can be modelled and interpreted mathematically, so I decided to study the brain.  Then I completed graduate training in cognitive neuroscience at McGill University (Montreal) under Dr. Antonio Strafella and Dr. Alain Ptito. After earning my PhD, I continued my training as a post-doctoral fellow in functional brain imaging at the University of Toronto, once again under Dr. Strafella. Then,

I moved to New York to join in Dr. David Eidelberg’s group (Feinstein Institute for Medical Research) and trained in multivariate brain imaging analysis. In 2014, I got appointed to an Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba and I am currently investigating brain imaging-based biomarker and therapeutic brain stimulation.

Academic Qualifications / Research Affiliation

BSc (South Korea) PhD (Montreal)


(primary) Assistant Professor of Human Anatomy and Cell Science, Max Rady College of Medicine, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba


Principal Investigator of Neuroscience Research Program, Kleysen Institute for Advanced Medicine, Health Science Centre – Winnipeg


Core Member of Graduate Program in Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Manitoba

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