Minji is an MD-PhD from the South Korea and a awardee of the Paul Janssen Translational Fellowship at Columbia University. She is co-mentored on the clinical side with Dr. John Mann. Her major interest lies on biological underpinnings of psychiatric disorders, especially mood disorders and suicide.
I am a first year PhD Student in the Genetics and Development program at Columbia University. I graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry and worked on chromatin epigenetics in olfactory sensory neurons. I am excited to work in the realm of human genetics during my PhD and help elucidate the complexity underlying genetic variation and how that can help us better understand and diagnose disease.
I am a first year PhD student in the Neurobiology and Behavior program at Columbia University. After gaining foundational experience working on systems-related neuroscience projects at the University of Washington and Rutgers University, I am excited to focus on the molecular and genetic methods underlying psychiatric disorders.
I am a post-baccalaureate computational research associate at the Singh Lab. I graduated from Harvard University in May 2023 with a B.A. in Neuroscience, Mind Brain Behavior track. During my undergrad, I researched the effects of mindfulness training on brain mechanisms of fear extinction learning, as a possible intervention for trauma-related disorders. I am excited to explore human genomics in relation to mental illness to help develop effective therapeutic interventions.
I am a post-baccalaureate research associate at the Singh Lab. I graduated from Colgate University in May 2023 with a B.A. majoring in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics. During my undergrad, I worked on projects involving the human gut microbiome and its association with the brain under supervision of Professor Ahmet Ay. I'm excited to further explore human genomics data in relation to mental illnesses.
I have a M.S. in Computer Science and a B.A. in Computer Science-Mathematics and Philosophy from Columbia University. I am eager to use machine learning and statistics to discover associations between psychiatric disorders and genes. I am also interested in the reference class problem in philosophy of probability and in software development.
I'm currently a graduate student of the Master of Computer Science Program at Columbia University and was a student at Emory University for undergraduate study. I am excited to work on the data-relevant job to extract hidden insights, especially machine learning application in phenotype analysis and genomics area. Also, I'm interested in software development as well.
I am currently a graduate student majoring in Data Science at Carnegie Mellon University. I graduated from Emory University with a B.S. in Quantitative Science and Economics. As a future data scientist, I am eager to apply machine learning techniques to uncover the relationship between genetics and human diseases by contributing to TJ’s exciting research.