Jiwon Pack, Ph.D.

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2005 State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
Area:
Language and Literature Education, Higher Education
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Dorothy A. Rissel grad student 2005 SUNY Buffalo
 (The interaction of Korean sojourners in an American academic context.)
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Hong MN, Kim BC, Ko YG, et al. (2012) Effects of 837 and 1950 MHz radiofrequency radiation exposure alone or combined on oxidative stress in MCF10A cells. Bioelectromagnetics. 33: 604-11
Kim HN, Han NK, Hong MN, et al. (2012) Analysis of the cellular stress response in MCF10A cells exposed to combined radio frequency radiation. Journal of Radiation Research. 53: 176-83
Lee HJ, Jin YB, Kim TH, et al. (2012) The effects of simultaneous combined exposure to CDMA and WCDMA electromagnetic fields on rat testicular function. Bioelectromagnetics. 33: 356-64
Lee HJ, Jin YB, Lee JS, et al. (2011) Lymphoma development of simultaneously combined exposure to two radiofrequency signals in AKR/J mice. Bioelectromagnetics. 32: 485-92
Lee KY, Kim BC, Han NK, et al. (2011) Effects of combined radiofrequency radiation exposure on the cell cycle and its regulatory proteins. Bioelectromagnetics. 32: 169-78
Lee HJ, Pack JK, Kim TH, et al. (2010) The lack of histological changes of CDMA cellular phone-based radio frequency on rat testis. Bioelectromagnetics. 31: 528-34
Kim KB, Byun HO, Han NK, et al. (2010) Two-dimensional electrophoretic analysis of radio-frequency radiation-exposed MCF7 breast cancer cells. Journal of Radiation Research. 51: 205-13
Lee HJ, Lee JS, Pack JK, et al. (2009) Lack of teratogenicity after combined exposure of pregnant mice to CDMA and WCDMA radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. Radiation Research. 172: 648-52
Kim TH, Kim TH, Huang TQ, et al. (2008) Local exposure of 849 MHz and 1763 MHz radiofrequency radiation to mouse heads does not induce cell death or cell proliferation in brain. Experimental & Molecular Medicine. 40: 294-303
Lee JJ, Kwak HJ, Lee YM, et al. (2008) Acute radio frequency irradiation does not affect cell cycle, cellular migration, and invasion. Bioelectromagnetics. 29: 615-25
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