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Dr. Ahn earned her Ph.D. from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA, after completing her undergraduate work in Seoul National University, South Korea. She did her postdoctoral research in Scripps Research Institute and University of California San Diego with special interests in molecular mechanisms of leukemia and roles of RNA splicing. After serving as Assistant Project Scientist at the Moores Cancer Center of the University of California San Diego, Dr. Ahn joined Mitchell Cancer Institute, University of South Alabama as an Assistant Professor in 2012. She heads a lab that is interested in transcriptional control, RNA splicing and non-coding RNA regulation in cancer development and progression, with the goal of identifying novel drug targets for cancer therapy. She is the recipient of numerous professional awards, including international awards for research in leukemia and allied conditions from Lady TATA Memorial Trust.
Mechanisms of RNA splicing and epigenetic controls,Roles of non-coding RNAs in cancer development and progression,Regulation of transcription factors in leukemia and breast cancer,Identification of novel targets for cancer therapy.