Dr. David H. Cho received a B.S. in Chemistry from Butler University in 2017. He then joined as a graduate student in Dr. Jong-in Hahm’s lab at Georgetown University and received a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Georgetown University in 2022. His graduate research involved using atomic force microscopy (AFM) to elucidate protein adsorption and assembly behaviors on nano-patterned block copolymers at the single molecular level. After finishing graduate school, he accepted a post-doctoral fellowship in Dr. Alexander Cartagena-Rivera’s lab in the Section on Mechanobiology with the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering at the National Institute of Health in 2022. Dr. David H. Cho’s current research involves studying the in vitro dynamics of myosin motors interacting with filamentous actin with nanoscale resolution using high-speed AFM.
Postdoctoral Fellow (IRTA)