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Dr. Ann-Na Cho is the Postdoctoral Research Fellow of the Dementia Research Centre in the Department of Biomedical Sciences of the Faculty of Medicine at Macquarie University. Ann-Na graduated from the Yonsei University and completed her Ph.D. at Yonsei University 2020. Her thesis title was Development of in vitro model systems to recapitulate human brain development. This was followed by Postdoctoral fellowships at Yonsei university. After moving to Australia in 2020, at the University of Sydney, she focused on investigating hydrogel as physical cue for focal adhesion modulation of pluripotent stem cell derived insulin-secreting cells. She joined Dementia Research Centre to establish 3D organoid model for neurodegenerative disease in 2021. 

Research interests

Since Ann-Na has been conducted research to develop sophisticated brain organoid, she is interested in generating reliable organoid model for neurodegenerative disease. This includes producing reproductive and high-troughtput organoid from human pluripotent stem cells and guidance to brain region to recapitulate brain disease.

Education/Academic qualification

Biotechnology, Ph.D., Development of in vitro model systems to recapitulate human brain development, Yonsei University

1 Sept 201321 Feb 2020

Award Date: 21 Feb 2020

Biology, B.S., Yonsei University

1 Mar 200922 Feb 2013

Award Date: 22 Feb 2013

External positions

Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Sydney

27 Oct 20209 Apr 2021

Postdoctoral Researcher, Yonsei University

1 Mar 202031 Aug 2020


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