Professional Bio: Jeongmin Hwang graduated from University of Utah with a B.S. in Chemistry in 2013. She started Bioengineering M.S. program at University of Utah in 2015, and obtained a M.S. degree in Bioengineering in 2016 under Dr. Michael S. Yu, with a thesis focused on the study of collagen denaturation in decellularized tissues using collagen hybridizing peptide. During and after her M.S. program, she worked as a research associate in 3Helix to develop the collagen hybridizing peptides as a histological tool. Then, she also worked as Biosurgery R&D intern to investigate hemostatic materials at Ethicon Inc., prior to pursuing Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. degree at University of Delaware in 2017. Currently, she is co-advised by Dr. Millicent Sullivan in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Dr. Kristi Kiick in the Materials Science and Engineering Department. Her graduate project is focused on extracellular matrix triggered gene delivery for chronic wound healing.
Fun Bio: Besides the lab work, Min enjoys spending time with friends, travelling, watching Netflix, and exploring new restaurants.
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