News

01/2020    A paper Dr. Shin co-authored received an honorable mention for the best biological modeling paper from the Biological Modeling Specialty Section of the Society of Toxicology: Consensus Modeling of Median Chemical Intake for the U.S. Population Based on Predictions of Exposure Pathways (Environ Sci Technol. 2019).

12/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at Rural Development Administration, South Korea.

12/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, South Korea.

12/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at Integrated Chemical Exposure and Risk Assessment Workshop, South Korea.

12/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at Seoul National University, South Korea.

12/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at Eye of Horus – Exposure Study Workshop, South Korea.

10/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at Daegu Catholic University, South Korea.

10/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at Korea University, South Korea.

06/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at National Institute of Food and Drug Safety Evaluation, South Korea.

06/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at Seoul National University, South Korea.

03/2019      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at the University of Texas Health Science Center – Houston.

01/2019      The SHIN lab welcomes Jiwon Oh, a new Ph.D. student.

09/2018      Dr. Shin was invited for a seminar at Texas Christian University

06/2018      Dr. Shin served on expert panels on exposure reconstruction for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

05/2018      Kyunghoon passed his diagnostic exam. Congratulations!

03/2018      Dr. Shin was invited to talk for a seminar at the University of California – Davis.

09/2017      Dr. Shin received an R21 (total: $436,000) grant as PI from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

08/2017      The SHIN lab welcomes Kyunghoon Kim, a new Ph.D. student.

05/2017      Dr. Shin was invited to talk for a seminar at Soonchunhyang University, South Korea.

09/2016      Dr. Shin joined UTA as an Assistant Professor.

07/2015      Dr. Shin received an R21 (total: $430,750) grant as PI from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.