Environmental Futures Research Institute,
Building N78, Room 1.11, School of Environment,
Griffith University, Nathan campus,
170 Kessels Road, Nathan,
Queensland, Australia, 4111
I completed veterinary medicine studies with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Konkuk University at Seoul, South Korea. I then went to the United States, where I completed a Master of Science at University of California, Davis, majoring in epidemiology. I developed my interests in infectious disease modeling and completed Master's thesis of swine infectious disease modeling study.
My research focuses on the mathematical modeling of Australian bat viral infectious diseases. A central theme of my research is to identify how Australian bats maintain viruses, coronavirus and Hendra virus, in their population and which factors trigger spillover of the virus into other mammals.
Mathematical modeling of infectious diseases, emerging infectious disease, bat, coronavirus, Hendra virus
Veterinary Epidemiology, Disease Ecology
Jeong, J., Smith, C.S., Peel, A.J., Plowright, R.K., Kerlin, D.H., McBroom, J., McCallum, H. (2017) Persistent infections support maintenance of a coronavirus in a population of Australian bats (Myotis macropus). Epidemiol Infect. 2017 Jul;145(10):2053-2061. (link)
J Jeong, SS Aly, JP Cano, D Polson, PH Kass, AM Perez. (2014) Stochastic model of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus control strategies on a swine farm in the United States. American journal of veterinary research 75 (3), 260-267
H Yoon, J Jeong, WJ Jeon. (2013) Estimation of prevalence and sampling to estimate prevalence of Bovine Tuberculosis. Journal of Preventive Veterinary Medicine 37 (1), 19-23 (Korean)
Google Scholar profile: http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=4G3bYKUAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra