Brian Jun
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Brian Jun

New position: Postdoctoral Research Associate at Los Alamos National Laboratory

Brian Jun was a PhD candidate at Purdue University School of Mechanical Engineering with a crossover research focus in biomedical engineering. Through various academic and industry sponsored projects, the focus of his research has been on developing and applying flow velocimetry and cell tracking techniques to measure molecular transport and cellular dynamics within the tissue microenvironment. His research interests include the tumor microenvironment, drug delivery, microfluidics, and micro/nano-particle image velocimetry. He received his Master of Science in Bioengineering from Georgia Tech, and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University.

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