Interview with Sunkyu Han
This Young Career Focus presents Sunkyu Han (KAIST, South Korea).
Sunkyu Han his BS degree at KAIST (South Korea) in 2006 and his Ph.D. at MIT (USA) in 2012 under the supervision of Professor Mo Movassaghi. He then joined the research group of Professor Scott J. Miller at Yale University (USA), where he worked as a postdoctoral associate. Sunkyu started his independent research career as an Assistant Professor at KAIST (South Korea) in 2014. His laboratory is interested in total synthesis of complex natural products and natural-product-inspired development of synthetic methods. Among honors and support for his work, Sunkyu has received an Asian Core Program (ACP) Lectureship Award (2016), a POSCO TJ Park Science Fellowship (2017–2018), the Thieme Chemistry Journals Award (2018), and an EWon Assistant Professorship at KAIST (2018–2021).
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