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'''Hyung-Do Kim''' (BE Doctoral)
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Ph.D. Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2008
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B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University 2003
 
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Ph.D. 2008  Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology <br/>
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B.S. 2003  Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University <br/>
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Douglas Lauffenburger (Biological Engineering, MIT)
 
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''Research advisors:''<br/>
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Douglas Lauffenburger (Biological Engineering, MIT)<br/>
Frank Gertler (Biology, MIT)
Frank Gertler (Biology, MIT)
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''EGFR-mediated tumor cell migration in three-dimensional matrices''.  We are currently assessing epidermal growth factor receptor-mediated tumor cell migration in variety of aspects.  Primary interest lies in quantitatively assessing the role of the three-dimensional environment during glioblastoma migration and its directional persistence using microscopy approaches.
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"Quantitative Analysis of 2D and 3D Models for Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor-Dependent Cell Migration in the Context of the Extracellular Microenvironment"
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We are currently assessing epidermal growth factor receptor-mediated tumor cell migration in variety of aspects.  Primary interest lies in quantitatively assessing the role of the three-dimensional environment during glioblastoma migration and its directional persistence using microscopy approaches.
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Hyung-Do Kim (BE Doctoral)



Ph.D. 2008 Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.S. 2003 Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University


Research advisors:
Douglas Lauffenburger (Biological Engineering, MIT)
Frank Gertler (Biology, MIT)


"Quantitative Analysis of 2D and 3D Models for Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor-Dependent Cell Migration in the Context of the Extracellular Microenvironment"


We are currently assessing epidermal growth factor receptor-mediated tumor cell migration in variety of aspects. Primary interest lies in quantitatively assessing the role of the three-dimensional environment during glioblastoma migration and its directional persistence using microscopy approaches.

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