Semin Lee

Associate Professor

Rm 301-7, Bldg 110

Computational Biology Lab

Cancer genomics | Single-cell genomics | Bioinformatics

We analyze a large number of cancer genomes using multiple omics approaches to characterize various kinds of germline/somatic alterations in many different human cancer types. In order to understand somatic mosaicism, heterogeneity, and evolution in cancer, we also use single-cell genomics approaches.

Curriculum Vitae

– 2020~present Department of Biomedical Engineering, UNIST, Associate Professor

– 2016~2020 School of Life Sciences, UNIST, Assistant Professor

– 2011~2016 Department of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School, Research Fellow

Academic Credential

– 2011: Ph.D. in Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK

– 2005: MSc. in Bioinformatics, KAIST, Korea

– 2003: BA. In Biological Sciences, Seoul National University, Korea