Jae Min

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Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry, Rice University, Houston, TX

Hometown: Born in Daejeon, South Korea; raised in Richardson, TX
Research Interests: Deciphering pathogen’s molecular evolution and its epidemiological impact in context of community and healthcare associated infections.
Long-term career goals: Conducting research in a government or global organization.
What philosophy guides your education: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein
Date Accomplishments
November 2017 Presenting in “Identifying and addressing mental health disparities in the Gator Nation using electronic medical records” symposium at UF Social Justice Summit in January in Gainesville, FL: research on disparities in mental health burden among undergraduate and graduate students
October 2017 Paper accepted for publication in Drug Safety: Reported Adverse Events with Painkillers: Data Mining of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Adverse Events Reporting System
March 2017 Received travel award to attend 3rd Annual Summer Institute in Statistics for Big Data (SISBID) at University of Washington in Seattle, WA