Hyun graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a BS in Biological Sciences and a minor in chemistry in 2008. He then spent 5 years doing clinical neuroradiology research of HIV infection at Massachusetts General Hospital and translational immunology and genomics research of autoimmune disorders at Brigham and Women’s Hospital before going back to school at MCPHS University-Worcester, where he graduated from in 2016 with his PharmD. He then completed a two year fellowship in Clinical Pharmacogenomics and Biomedical Informatics from MCPHS University-Boston/Boston Children’s Hospital in 2018. Since then, he has stayed on at BCH where he splits his time as a specialist for the Clinical Pharmacogenomics Service at BCH and as a clinical pharmacist staffing various areas within the BCH pharmacy department. Hyun is an adjunct professor at MCPHS University-Boston and he regularly precepts 6th year pharmacy students on rotation. He has co-authored numerous research articles both in his prior translational research work as well as his current work in pharmacogenomics. Hyun continues to be involved in various pharmacogenomics-related research studies at BCH. Hyun is also very involved in professional organizations, serving as chair of the Medication Safety Special Interest Group in the Pediatric Pharmacy Association (PPA) and is active within the Guideline Dissemination Subgroup of the Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC).