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Hongkun Park

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Hongkun Park (born 1967 in Seoul) is Mark Hyman Jr. Professor of Chemistry and Professor of Physics at Harvard University. He received his BS in chemistry at Seoul National University in 1990, and his PhD in physical chemistry at Stanford University in 1996 under Richard Zare. From 1996 to 1999 he was a postdoctoral fellow at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory under A. Paul Alivisatos and Paul McEuen. His current research focuses on optoelectronics and plasmonics using nanostructures, nano-bio interfacing, and neuro-electronic devices. Work *Professional appointments **1999–2002 Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University **2003. 1 Associate Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University **2003. 7 John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Natural Sciences, Harvard University **2004. 1 Full Professor of Chemistry and of Physics, Harvard University *Affiliations **Professor of Chemistry and of Physics, Harvard University **Associate Member, Broad Institute **Affiliated
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