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Molecular Modeling: a Foundation for Efficient Drug Development

2020-01-14T17:46:30+00:00

[:ko]신약의 표적물질과 후보물질을 눈으로 볼 수 있게 함으로써 기존 무작위적이고 직관적인 방법을 획기적으로 개선한 기술입니다.[:en]A breakthrough technology that transformed the existing random and intuitive method, by making the targets and candidates for new drugs visually understandable. [:]

Molecular Modeling: a Foundation for Efficient Drug Development2020-01-14T17:46:30+00:00

Kwon Giho / Attorney

2020-01-15T13:55:34+00:00

46th Judicial Examination Seoul National University, Law, LL.M. Seoul National University, Law, LL.B. Kwon Giho / Attorney / Head of Legal Affairs After graduating School of Law in Seoul National University and passing the bar exam, I worked in the law firm and now I am leading legal team in Voronoi. "I am leading the legal team in Voronoi and I aim to protect intellectual property of Voronoi assets and to manage all procedures regarding Voronoi’s IPO and licensing out deals. I graduated School of Law in Seoul National University in 2005, finished training in Judicial Research and Training Institute in 2007, achieved master degress in Graduate School of Law in 2014, and then after that I worked in accounting firm, Samil, and in the law firm, Jungan for 9 years. Based on the experience, I will be a director of Voronoi compliance and legal affairs. As a tax law attorney in Samil PWC accounting firm, I built expertise in dealing with global cases, auditing, listing, and tax for global leading companies. I will lead Voronoi legal team successfully with the experience and learning I obtained." 46th Judicial Examination Seoul National University, Law, LL.M. Seoul National University, Law, LL.B. Kwon Giho / Attorney / Head of Legal Affairs   After graduating School of Law in Seoul National University and passing the bar exam, I worked in the law firm and now I am leading legal team in Voronoi. "I am leading the legal team in Voronoi and I aim to protect intellectual property of Voronoi assets and to manage all procedures regarding Voronoi’s IPO and licensing out deals. I graduated School of Law in Seoul National University in 2005, finished training in Judicial Research and Training Institute in 2007, achieved master degress in Graduate School of Law in 2014, and then after that I worked in accounting firm, Samil, and in the law firm, Jungan for 9 years. Based on the experience, I will be a director of Voronoi compliance and legal affairs. As a tax law attorney in Samil PWC accounting firm, I built expertise in dealing with global cases, auditing, listing, and tax for global leading companies. I will lead Voronoi legal team successfully with the experience and learning I obtained."

Kwon Giho / Attorney2020-01-15T13:55:34+00:00

Ikhwan Sung

2020-01-13T20:43:06+00:00

McKinsey&Company,The Rohatyn Group Wharton, MBA Seoul National University, B.A. Ikhwan Sung / Head of Operations What is most exciting at Voronoi is to work with people who are full of passion and self-motivated as well as super smart. Working at Voronoi Frontier Spirit Healthcare spending in Korea accounts for ~7% of its GDP, which is much lower than the US of ~17%. Korea health care sector has still much room for further growth. Korea’s economic growth has been driven by where top-talented students go. It’s shown in chemical engineering sector in the 70s, and tech. sector in the 80s and 90s. Given that top-talented people have gone to health care sector after the 2000s, I believe the healthcare sector will lead the economic growth in Korea, and Voronoi will contribute to that as a frontline player which provides an incomparable platform where talented people drive the discovery and development of new medicines. Place for Passion What is most exciting at Voronoi is to work with people who are full of passion and self-motivated as well as super smart. People at Voronoi have very diverse backgrounds and each one might have a different career aspiration. But our passion makes us to dedicate ourselves collectively to move forward. At Voronoi, you can pursue your own passion, whatever it is, and Voronoi will become a melting pot of different passions, creating a better future for all. McKinsey&Company,The Rohatyn Group Wharton, MBA Seoul National University, B.A. Ikhwan Sung / Head of Operations What is most exciting at Voronoi is to work with people who are full of passion and self-motivated as well as super smart. Working at Voronoi Frontier Spirit Healthcare spending in Korea accounts for ~7% of its GDP, which is much lower than the US of ~17%. Korea health care sector has still much room for further growth. Korea’s economic growth has been driven by where top-talented students go. It’s shown in chemical engineering sector in the 70s, and tech. sector in the 80s and 90s. Given that top-talented people have gone to health care sector after the 2000s, I believe the healthcare sector will lead the economic growth in Korea, and Voronoi will contribute to that as a frontline player which provides an incomparable platform where talented people drive the discovery and development of new medicines. Place for Passion What is most exciting at Voronoi is to work with people who are full of passion and self-motivated as well as super smart. People at Voronoi have very diverse backgrounds and each one might have a different career aspiration. But our passion makes us to dedicate ourselves collectively to move forward. At Voronoi, you can pursue your own passion, whatever it is, and Voronoi will become a melting pot of different passions, creating a better future for all.

Ikhwan Sung2020-01-13T20:43:06+00:00

Park Junil / Business Development(China and Emerging markets)

2020-01-14T17:44:22+00:00

Worked at Mirae Asset PEF Bachelor, Peking University Park Junil / Business Development(China and Emerging markets) Before joining Voronoi, Mr. Park dedicated his career to Mirae Asset Private Equity Fund right after his graduation from Pecking University. Based on his 10 years of experience, he is contributing to Voronoi’s strategies for globalization and value creation. “The lesson that I learned for the past 10 years in the capital market is that at the end of the day, the flow of capital never fails to converge to the business with most potential and exclusive value. I kept that in mind, which led me to Voronoi. Korea is facing the threat of 4th industrial revolution, and the dramatic shift of the world’s trade war. Paradoxically, the country has always spotted opportunity and thrived at crises, in uncharted territories such as IT and the internet. Today’s Korean economy will find its solutions in healthcare, which will be backed up by the early market potential and emergence of the brightest minds. Korean VC industry’s investment in healthcare have grown 15 folds within a decade, and surpassed ICT, the core of the 4th industrial revolution in 2018. I believe this is not a coincidence. Voronoi has professionals with the uppermost expertise, who enable it to develop candidates through molecular modeling quickly and efficiently, at relatively low cost. It has established an optimal platform for better success rates, with collaborative works with prestigious institutions such as Dana Farber Cancer Institute at Harvard Medical School. From my past capital market experience in Mirae Asset PEF, I’ve witnessed Korean healthcare companies expand to overseas markets and close one of the biggest M&A deals with global players. Based on this experience, I will do my best to push Voronoi to become the first mover in the industry.” Worked at Mirae Asset PEF Bachelor, Peking University Park Junil / Business Development(China and Emerging markets) Before joining Voronoi, Mr. Park dedicated his career to Mirae Asset Private Equity Fund right after his graduation from Pecking University. Based on his 10 years of experience, he is contributing to Voronoi’s strategies for globalization and value creation. “The lesson that I learned for the past 10 years in the capital market is that at the end of the day, the flow of capital never fails to converge to the business with most potential and exclusive value. I kept that in mind, which led me to Voronoi. Korea is facing the threat of 4th industrial revolution, and the dramatic shift of the world’s trade war. Paradoxically, the country has always spotted opportunity and thrived at crises, in uncharted territories such as IT and the internet. Today’s Korean economy will find its solutions in healthcare, which will be backed up by the early market potential and emergence of the brightest minds. Korean VC industry’s investment in healthcare have grown 15 folds within a decade, and surpassed ICT,

Park Junil / Business Development(China and Emerging markets)2020-01-14T17:44:22+00:00