Dr. Oh is a computational postdoctoral fellow who specializes in the integration of data across modalities, including neuroimaging data and clinical outcomes.
As a bioengineer and neuroscientist, his expertise is aimed at biomarker development in psychiatric conditions using functional magnetic resonance imaging (task-based fMRI as well as resting state fMRI).
His most recent work has focused on the functional connectivity and structural alterations of the brain in PTSD and substance use disorder. He has also worked on the development of the concurrent transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)-fMRI method.
He has received multiple awards for his research, including the 2019 New Investigator Award by the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology and the 2017 Best postdoctoral fellow poster award by the UT Health Neuroscience Research Center.
He earned a bachelor's degree in Physics and a bachelor's degree in Biomedical Engineering from Yonsei University in South Korea. He subsequently earned a master’s degree in Bioengineering from the University of Kansas and a doctorate in Biological Engineering from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln.