Hyung-Do Kim

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'''Hyung-Do Kim''' (BE doctoral), in collaboration with Prof. Paul Matsudaira (BE, Biology and Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, MIT)
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'''Hyung-Do Kim''' (BE doctoral), in collaboration with Prof. Paul Matsudaira (BE, Biology and Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, MIT) and Prof. Frank Gertler (Biology, MIT)
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Quantitative engineering analysis of biophysical processes underlying three-dimensional cell motility and its implications in cancer metastasis; Interface of cell signaling and migration biophysics, particularly, the role of epidermal growth factor autocrine signaling and the associated proteases in cell-matrix interactions, adhesion and cell migration behavior; Development of experimental platforms using current imaging techniques for validation and expansion of existing migration models.
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Quantitative analysis of EGFR signaling-mediated tumor cell migration in three-dimensional matrices for applications in tumor invasion and metastasisInterface of cell signaling and migration biophysics, particularly cell-matrix interactions and the role of proteases in motility signaling.  Development of experimental platforms using current imaging techniques for validation and expansion of existing migration models.
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Hyung-Do Kim (BE doctoral), in collaboration with Prof. Paul Matsudaira (BE, Biology and Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, MIT) and Prof. Frank Gertler (Biology, MIT)

Quantitative analysis of EGFR signaling-mediated tumor cell migration in three-dimensional matrices for applications in tumor invasion and metastasis. Interface of cell signaling and migration biophysics, particularly cell-matrix interactions and the role of proteases in motility signaling. Development of experimental platforms using current imaging techniques for validation and expansion of existing migration models.

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