Ju Young Seok

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

South Korea

Biomedical Sciences

Ju is a recipient of the 13th Asan Award in Medicine for Young Medical Scientists for his research on lung cancer-related genes.

(Photo: Asan Award in Medicine)

  • 13th Asan Award in Medicine (Award for Young Medical Scientists)

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