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My interdisciplinary Ph.D. project, supervised by Dr. Penny Watt, Professor Marysia Placzek and Dr. Jon Wood was an investigation of the effect of disc1 on the stress response in zebrafish. Subsequently I took a position as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Sheffield, where I worked on two projects. The first project, in the lab of Dr. Vincent Cunliffe, was regarding the.
January '19: Postdoc Helen Eachus joins our lab. Welcome to the group! July '18: Johanna Hoffmann starts her Master's Thesis in our group. March '18: Postdocs Sara Kuntz and Min-Kyeung Choi join our group. October '17: Lots of new faces in our lab. We welcome PhD students Tatjana Kuzenko and Siyong Kim, as well as Thomas Faust (as assistant to Professor Ryu) to our group.
PhD Theses Main content. 2020. Narongrit Ritjoho, Towards a high-brightness muonium beam. Prajwal Mohanmurthy, A Search for Neutron to Mirror-Neutron Oscillations. 2019. Nicolas Hild, Studies of the Deuterium Used in the PSI UCN Source. Ivana Belosevic, Simulation and experimental verification of transverse and longitudinal compression of positive muon beams: Towards a novel high-brightness.
Prof. Siyong Kim, PhD. Dr. Kim received his Ph.D. in medical physics in 1997 from the University of Florida, Gainesville. Subsequently, he underwent the clinical physics residency training for 2 years and then became an assistant professor at the University of Florida. From 2006 to 2013, he worked at Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida as.
Siyong Kim, John W. Wong (eds.) This new book educates readers about new technologies before they appear in hospitals, enabling medical physicists and clinicians to prepare for new technologies thoroughly and proactively, and provide better patient care once new equipment becomes available.
Seungjong Oh, PhD, Siyong Kim, PhD Department of Radiation Oncology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA Received 15 June 2017, Revised 19 June 2017, Accepted 20 June 2017.
Jiwon Kim This thesis is submitted in partial fulfilment for the degree of Master of Philosophy (MPhil) at the University of St Andrews March 2019. General Acknowledgements I would first like to express my sincere gratitude to my first supervisor, Dr Kevin Scharp for the continuous support of my MPhil study, for his patience, motivation, and philosophical knowledge. I cannot imagine finishing.
Siyong Kim, USA Michael A. King, USA Tobias Knopp, GERMANY Stephen F. Kry, USA Ioanna Kyriakou, GREECE Shuai Leng, USA Baojun Li, USA Harold Li, USA Hua Li, USA Ke Li, USA Ruijiang Li, USA Xinhua Li, USA Yinsheng Li, USA Jun Lian, USA Bob Liu, USA Wei Liu, USA Jingfei Ma, USA Kenneth L. Matthews, USA Panayiotis Mavroidis, USA Osama R. Mawlawi.
I dedicate this thesis to my parents, Myungsoon Seol and Daewook Kim, without whom this thesis would not have been possible. Thank you mum and dad for everything. I am also grateful to my other family members who have supported me every step of the way. I owe a very particular debt of gratitude to my supervisors, Cath Lambert and Claire.
Tomas Kron, Raymond Wu, Carmel J. Caruana, Siyong Kim, Adel Mustafa, Golam Abu Zakaria and Colin Orton. INTRODUCING MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TO MEDICAL PHYSICISTS. Kwan Hoong Nga, Deming Chaub, Thamil Selvee Ramasamy. WEB-BASED IMAGES FOR EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM LEARNING AND TEACHING OF MEDICAL PHYSICS.
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PhD thesis, University of Warwick. Boughton, John Frederick (1985). Howells, Kim (1979) A view from below: tradition, experience and nationalism in the South Wales coalfield, 1937-1957. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. I. Ichihashi, Hideo (1994) Working-class leisure in English towns 1945-1960: with special reference to Coventry and Bolton. PhD thesis, University of Warwick. J. James.
A University of Sussex PhD thesis. This thesis is a study of the collective memory of the interwar years within the mining communities of south Wales, and explores the ways in which the great strikes and lockouts, underground accidents, the interwar depression, and clashes with police and strike-breakers were remembered by the men and women of the coalfield. Using nearly 200 oral history.
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SangJune Kim is a PhD student in the Department of Health Policy. Before coming to LSE, he worked as a Clinician in a geriatric hospital for two and a half years. He also served in the South Korean army as a combat medic. He was a Research Assistant at the Institute of Health and Korean Reunification.