Doctor of Philosophy (2009 - 2013); University of Sydney (Sydney School of Public Health)
Master of Science in Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology); 2010-2012; University of Sydney (Sydney School of Public Health)
Master of Science (by research); 2006-2008; UNSW Sydney; School of Medical Sciences (pathology)
Bachelor of Science (Honours); 2001-2005; UNSW Sydney; School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences
Min Jun is Scientia Associate Professor and Program Lead at the George Institute for Global Health, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney.
Min leads a program of research focussed on better understanding the impact of clinical management strategies in people with kidney disease and its related complications. He has developed and leads international projects using large clinical trial and real-world, population based data sources.
Min holds a PhD (2012) and MScMed(ClinEpi) in clinical epidemiology from the University of Sydney, and a MSc(by research) and BSc(Hon) from UNSW Sydney. He was previously an NHMRC Early Career Fellow (2013-2016) based in Canada (University of Calgary), co-funded by two additional competitive federal/provincial Canadian fellowships (CIHR/AIHS). Min's research track record includes >100 publications (including in top-ranked journals e.g. BMJ, Lancet, JACC), >$5.1M in research funding from top-level funding agencies (e.g. NHMRC). To date, 72% of his work is published in top 10% journals worldwide, has been cited >4500 times including in some 24 international clinical practice guidelines across various fields.
Min is actively involved in mentoring, training and supervising research students and fellows. He currently serves as Associate Editor (Global Health) for Kidney and Blood Pressure Research and has been involved in the development of clinical practice guidelines for the care of patients with kidney disease in Australia and internationally.