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President, National Research Foundation of Korea
Roe’s research interests are microbial response to environmental changes and the regulation of gene expression.
Jung-Hye Roe is a professor of molecular microbiology and chair of the School of Biological Sciences at Seoul National University. Since 2018, she has been president of National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF). The NRF intends to set the direction of the nation’s basic and applied research across all academic disciplines, lead changes in future-oriented research ecosystems, and become a platform and facilitator of interaction among universities, research institutes and researchers.
Roe’s research interests are microbial response to environmental changes and the regulation of gene expression. She is a member of Korean Academy of Science and Technology (KAST), and has received multiple awards, including the 12th BICHUMI Women Award, Samsung Foundation, and the 13th Korea Science Award. She graduated from Seoul National University, and studied for her PhD at University of Wisconsin, Madison.
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