We study genetic regulation of craniofacial development and birth defects
345 E. 24th street, Room 1025A (office)/1009 (lab)
New York, NY 10010
Juhee Jeong obtained a BS in biological sciences from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and PhD in biochemistry from Harvard University. In graduate school, Juhee studied the role of Hedgehog signaling pathway during early development of the face and the spinal cord in mouse embryos. She received postdoc training at University of California, San Francisco, studying the role of DLX transcription factors in jaw development. Juhee joined NYU as a faculty member in 2010 to start her own laboratory, investigating genetic regulation of craniofacial development and birth defects.