Chan-ki Min


I am currently a post-doctoral fellow in Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea. I have worked on pathology of diverse infectious diseases caused by Orientia tsutsugamushi, Middle Ease Acute Respiratory Syndrome human Corona Virus (MERS-hCoV), and Herpes virus Saimiri (HVS), Sever Fever Thrombocytopenia Syndrome Virus (SFTS). Currently, I am focusing on the function of Type I interferon in immune response to bacterial infection in vivo.


Postdoctor fellow

09-2016 - NowChemistry / Biology / Agronomy

Education & training

Seoul National University, Séoul

2012 - 2016 Seoul, South KoreaChemistry / Biology / Agronomy, Personal services

Seoul National University

2012 - 2017 Séoul, FranceChemistry / Biology / Agronomy, Personal services

Microbiology- Seoul National University, Séoul

2005 - 2008 Seoul, South KoreaChemistry / Biology / Agronomy

Languages spoken

  • English