B.S., B.A. & M.Sc. (Res)
My research deals with the earliest developmental processes that govern the formation of a functioning and healthy brain using electrophysiological methods, with a focus on obsessive-compulsive disorder, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, autism and Tourette’s syndrome.
I obtained MSc (Res) degree in psychiatry at St Hilda's College, with computational approach upon altering cognitive bias, after I completed undergraduate programmes in chemistry & Confucian studies at Sungkyunkwan University, Korea.
My DPhil study is supported together by the Dr Joanna Chor Ying HO (何楚盈醫生) Scholarship in Pharmacology (Lady Margaret Hall), Mr Jong Bum Park, Oak Han-Heum Scholarship (the 13th; 2018), and Glory Foundation in London.
Process, Design and Materials for Unidirectionally Tilted Polymeric Micro/Nanohairs and Their Adhesion Characteristics
Im H. et al, (2016), Polymers, 8, 326 - 326
The Effect of Colour on the Anchoring Heuristic in Consumer Decision Making
(2014), Journal of European Psychology Students, 5, 19 - 27