Kim Ho Min

Institution
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Country
South Korea

Field
Biomedical Sciences

Kim was awarded the 2018 Asan Award for Young Medical Scientists for medical scientists under the age of 40. (Photo: Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)


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