Min Oh

Min Oh

Articling Student

Contact Information

moh@osler.com

tel: 416.646.3896

Office

Toronto

Education

  • University of British Columbia, BMLSc
  • University of British Columbia, MSc
  • University of Toronto, JD Candidate

Language(s)

English, Korean

Min is a J.D. candidate at University of Toronto. She is an Upper Year Executive at the Business Law Society, a Senior Editor on the Critical Analysis of Law Review and is the Operations Lead on the U of T Legal Hackers team. She has also worked as a clinic assistant at the 519 Legal Clinic and as a Research Assistant to Assistant Dean, Christopher Essert.

Prior to law school, Min obtained her M.Sc. degree in Interdisciplinary Oncology and has published numerous research papers on cancer therapeutics. She has also worked as a Research Analyst at a blockchain start-up in South Korea.

  • The 519 Legal Clinic, Law Student Clinic Assistant
  • Canucks Autism Network, Support Worker & Volunteer

  • O’Farrell H, Harbourne B, Kurlawala Z, Inoue Y, Nagelberg A, Martinez V, Lu D, Oh M, Coe B, Thu K, Somwar R, Lam S, Lam W, Unni A, Beverly L, & Lockwood W. “Integrative Genomic Analysis Identifies GGA2 as a Cooperative Driver of EGFR-Mediated Lung Tumorigenesis.” (2019) Journal of Thoracic Oncology 14:4, 01 April 2019.
  • Unni A, Harbourne B, Oh M, Wild S, Ferrarone J, Lockwood W, & Varmus H. “Hyperactivation of ERK by Multiple Mechanism is Toxic to RTK-RAS Mutation-Driven Lung Adenocarcinoma Cells.” (2018) eLife 7:e33718, 26 November 2018.
  • Leung A, Chansey V, Melong N, Oh M, Chen K, Enfield K, Backstrom I, Warburton C, Yapp D, Berman J, Bally M, & Lockwood W. “In Vivo Validation of PAPSS1 (3’-phosphoadenosine 5’-phosphosulfate synthase 1) as a Cisplatin-sensitizing Therapeutic Target.” (2017) Clinical Cancer Research 23:21, 08 August 2017.