I love to do the all kinds of scientific researches and ask/answer the questions of 'How?' and 'Why?'.
I believe that, interaction is one of the most essential features of life to maintain its perpetuity.
My main field of research is one of the most ubiquitous symbiosis on earth, mycorrhizal symbiosis.
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), known to form a symbiosis with more than 80% of plant species on the planet and virtually interact with entire land plant species. The AMF-plant symbiosis (AM symbiosis) is the backbone of the plant holobiont by mediating the interaction between the soil microbiome and the plant. I am enjoying to take a glimpse of this symbiosis and slightly expand our understanding of it with both experimental and theoretical approaches.
University of Lausanne: Lausanne, CH 2019-03-01 to present | First Assistant (Department of Ecology and Evolution (DEE))
Education and qualifications
Institut de Recherche en Biologie Végétale: Montréal, Canada 2014-09 to 2019-03 | PhD (Institut de recherche en biologie végétale)
Institut de Recherche en Biologie Végétale: Montréal, Canada 2013-09 to 2014-09 | Master of Philosophy (Institut de recherche en biologie végétale)
Kyungpook National University: Daegu, Daegu, Korea 2006-02 to 2013-02 | Bachelor of Science (Department of Life Science and Biotechnology)
Kyungpook National University: Daegu, Daegu, Korea 2006-02 to 2013-02 | Bachelor of Science ( Department of Physics)
Invited positions and distinctions
Institut de Recherche en Biologie Végétale : Montreal, Canada 2019-11 | J. Andre Fortin Excellence Award
Mycorrhizes 2017: Quebec, Canada 2017 | Best research award of the conference, by the originality in research.
Membership and service
Member of International Mycorrhiza Society
For publications and further information, please visit my ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7216-0236
Mycorrhizal symbiosis, Evolution of symbiosis, holobiont chronobiology