Min-Sun focuses on understanding the role of the meniscus in the progression of osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a disease that affects more than 27 million people in the United States alone. She has developed a statistical method to fully characterize the tissue to improve therapeutic tissue engineering strategies. In addition, she is working on a method to non-invasively detect meniscal degradation, opening up the possibility of early-stage diagnosis of osteoarthritis using MRI. Outside of the lab, she is one of the key organizers of the Science and Technology Leadership Association (STeLA), an international organization that provides leadership tools to undergraduate and graduate students around the world. With her research skills and international leadership experiences, she would like to improve the health of patients in the developing world. She received her Biomedical Engineering B.S. degree from Washington University in St. Louis.