About: Isaac is originally from Korea. His undergraduate studies were at the University
of Washington, where he received degrees in Neurobiology and Comparative
Literature. He enjoys recreational soccer, hiking and biking, and enjoys
reading fiction novels. Isaac volunteers regularly as an Activity Assistant
at a community care center for people with disabilities and at local animal
shelters. He has maintained an active schedule of leadership and service
activities, including regular mentorship of junior high and high school
students, volunteering at the USC Student-Run Clinic for the underserved
and holding office in the local St. George Oncology Society. In order
to provide the best possible care to all of his patients, Isaac spent
one year studying advanced medical Spanish. He originally started his
training in surgery, before deciding internal medicine was his true calling.
He has published research about the outcomes of robotic lobechtomy.
Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California