Jungseog Kang is an assistant professor of Biology at NYU Shanghai. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was a research scientist at UT southwestern medical center. He holds a Ph.D. from UT Austin and a B.A. from KAIST in Korea.
Professor Kang’s research interests are chromosome segregation, mitosis, and antimitotic cancer drug screen. His works in these fields have appeared in Journal of Cell Biology, Journal of Biological Chemistry, PNAS, Molecular Cell, Cell, and others.
He studies how mitotic checkpoint pathway ensures faithful chromosome segregation in higher eukaryotes and tries to build quantitative models of mitotic process by which therapeutic intervention of cancers can be probed.
Spindle assembly checkpoint kinases
Chromosome segregation and mitosis
Cancer drug screen by single cell-image analysis
Molecular and Cellular Biology
Ph.D., Molecular genetics and microbiology University of Texas at Austin, 2003
M.S., Molecular biology Seoul National University, 1994
B.S., Biology Korea Advanced Institute of Technology and Science, 1990