- Bin HWANGBO, M.D., Ph.D.
- Faculty Appointment
- Head, Division of Education & Training, National Cancer Center
Head, Cardio-Pulmonology Lab, National Cancer Center
Professor, Cancer Biomedical Science, Graduate School of Cancer Science and Policy
- Area of Expertise
- Lung Cancer
- Work Experience
- 2002-present Specialist, Center of Lung Cancer, National Cancer Center
2009-present Specialist, Pulmonology Clinic, National Cancer Center
2012-2019 Head, Cardio-Pulmonology Lab, National Cancer Center
2017-present Head, Division of Education & Training, National Cancer Center
2014-2017 Chief, Lung Cancer Branch, Research Institute, National Cancer Center
2009-2012 Senior Scientist, Lung Cancer Branch, National Cancer Center
2001-2002 Staff, Department of Internal Medicine, Seoul Boramae Municipal Hospital
- Educational Background
- 1989-1995 M.D. / Seoul National University College of Medicine
1999-2001 M.S. / Medicine / Seoul National University College of Medicine
2001-2003 Ph. D. / Medicine / Seoul National University College of Medicine
1995-1996 Internship, Seoul National University Hospital
1996-2000 Residency, Dept. of Internal Medicine, Seoul National University Hospital
2000-2001 Fellowship, Pulmonology, Internal Medicine, Seoul National University Hospital
2009-2010 Visiting Doctor, Ruhrland klinik, Germany etc.
- Research Interests
- Dr. Bin HWANGBO is a specialist in the division of pulmonology and the center for lung cancer. She has focused on the research of validating the usefulness of bronchoscopy as a tool for lung cancer diagnosis and staging
She obtained her medical degree from Seoul National University College of Medicine in 1995. She completed her internal medicine residency from Seoul National University College of Medicine, followed by a fellowship in pulmonology, Seoul National University Hospital in 2000. She has been awarded several NCC grants, serving as Principal Investigator and Co-Principal Investigator on many projects. Her researches has affected in bronchology field widely, especially in lung cancer staging.
From December 2017, as a Head of Division of Education & Training, she is in charge of cancer expert training, medical research capabilities enhancement programs, basic bioethics and patient-oriented training education to foster next-generation global leaders.