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Gut microbial volatiles as potential biomarkers for human health and diseases


 JisunLeeJisun HJ Lee

Dr Jisun HJ Lee is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher in Dr Chris Zhu’s MS-based metabolomics research group at Ohio State University (OH, USA). Her research interests are to screen potential biomarkers by monitoring and detecting human disease associated with gut microbiome and cancer metabolism using rapid, reliable, and non-invasive MS-based metabolomics platform. Jisun received her PhD in Horticultural science at Texas A&M University, College Station (TX, USA). Her research focused on understanding the influence of production systems such as high-tunnel on tomato fruit metabolites, including flavor-related volatiles, carotenoids, and phenolics, as well as examining metabolite profile changes of tomato plants in response to insect-pathogen complex (Psyllid-Lso) using mass spectrometry-based techniques.

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