Dr. Tae-aug Kim
Tae-Aug Kim has completed his PhD at State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA, (1993). He moved to Cutaneous Biological Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)/ Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC)/Harvard Medical School (HMS), Boston. MA. USA, focusing on the molecular mechanism of TGF signalling on skin development for his postdoctoral training (1993-1999). Then, he was appointed as Instructor at HMS/BIDMC, continuing his research on neuronal degeneration (1999-2002). After he relocated to National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD, USA as a senior research fellow (2002-2011), he has working on the role of epigenentic modification and heterochromatin structure on human cancer and DNA repair. He is currently Director of Skin Biology Research Center , School of Medicine, CHA University, South Korea and is working on epigenetic regulation of skin aging and cancer using 3D skin equivalent model.
Cosmetology & Trichology, Dermatitis, Hair Therapy & Transplantation, Skin diseases & Skin Care, Clinical Dermatology