Bobae completed her Ph.D. in Neuroscience at Seoul National University. Her doctoral researches focused on cellular and molecular mechanisms of traumatic memory and its treatment. She then joined the Nicolelis Laboratory at Duke University as a postdoctoral associate and worked on characterization of brain-wide neural activity in neuropsychiatric disorders, with the goal of developing new diagnostic and treatment tools. She is currently a senior postdoctoral associate in the Synthetic Neurobiology group at MIT, where she researches novel methods for mapping brain circuits and how to apply such tools to understand brain function and disease.
Email: bobaean, followed by @mit.edu