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Jeehye Jun

Research Assistant


Pronouns: She/Her


Jeehye Jun is a research assistant for the Collaboratory for Health Justice, and she supports CHJ in conducting statistical data analyses and preparing manuscripts and reports. Jeehye is a third-year nursing PhD student and earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in nursing science. Based on her extensive clinical experience as a critical care nurse, one of her primary interests is health disparities, especially sleep disparities in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Jeehye is currently identifying determinants of sleep in this population for a future publication, and one of her professional goals is to develop effective interventions for sleep disparities in disadvantaged populations.