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Indong Jun

Honorary Departmental Postdoctoral Research Assistant

I obtained a PhD degree from the Hanyang University in 2014. Following that, I joined the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) in Center for Biomaterials until May 2017. Since June 2017, I’ve entering post-doc fellowship at Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS), the University of Oxford to get the opportunity to broaden my knowledge and depth of understanding in bone tissue engineering.

All in all, through my ten years of research experience in University and Research Institutes, I have designed suitable materials to tackle the current issues in biomedical research. Additionally, I have obtained cutting-edge skills for characterizing material features and have harnessed solid background knowledge in biomaterials. These invaluable experiences gave me understanding interaction between metallic materials and tissue-specific cells.

My research aims to understand better the mechanisms involved biodegradable metallic devices for an advance to higher level of biomedical application. This research deals with the fundamental physiological issue, and the ultimate goal is to obtained result can be applied further in other Orthopedic Biomedical Research.

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