Michael Kwak

Title(s)Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine (Clinician Educator)
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    University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CAResidency2017Internal Medicine
    Florida International University, Miami, FLM.D.2014Medicine
    University of Florida, Gainesville, FLB.S.2009Microbiology
    Santa Fe Community College, Gainesville, FLA.A.2005
    Collapse Awards and Honors
    Florida International University2014Community Medicine of Service Learning
    Florida International University2013Best Student of Internal Medicine Clerkship for Class of 2014
    Florida International University2013Herbert Wertheim Chapter of Gold Humanism Honors Society Inductee
    Florida International University 2012Aesculapius Award, Medical Student Council Officers Service Award
    Florida International University2011Aesculapius Award, Class of 2014 Most Outstanding Student Award
    Florida International University2011Aesculapius Award, Class of 2014 Outstanding Leadership Award
    Kaplan, Inc.2010Elite MCAT Instructor
    USDA2009On the Spot Award

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    1. Yang Y, He S, Wang Q, Li F, Kwak MJ, Chen S, O'Connell D, Zhang T, Pirooz SD, Jeon YH, Chimge NO, Frenkel B, Choi Y, Aldrovandi GM, Oh BH, Yuan Z, Liang C. Autophagic UVRAG Promotes UV-Induced Photolesion Repair by Activation of the CRL4(DDB2) E3 Ligase. Mol Cell. 2016 05 19; 62(4):507-19. PMID: 27203177.
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    2. Liang Q, Seo GJ, Choi YJ, Kwak MJ, Ge J, Rodgers MA, Shi M, Leslie BJ, Hopfner KP, Ha T, Oh BH, Jung JU. Crosstalk between the cGAS DNA sensor and Beclin-1 autophagy protein shapes innate antimicrobial immune responses. Cell Host Microbe. 2014 Feb 12; 15(2):228-38. PMID: 24528868.
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