Chung Jung Mun is an assistant professor in the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University. He directs the Biobehavioral Pain, Addiction, Sleep, and Momentary Experience (Bi-PAS ME) Research Laboratory. His program of research includes investigating (1) biopsychosocial individual differences and momentary dynamics of pain processing and coping; (2) the role of sleep/circadian disturbances and cannabis/cannabinoid intake in pain and opioid use; and (3) technology-based intervention programs for chronic pain and addiction.
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 2018-2021
Clinical Psychology Internship (APA-Accredited), Yale School of Medicine, 2017-2018
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Arizona State University, 2018
B.A. International Liberal Studies, Waseda University, 2012
Based upon smartphones and wearable devices, Dr. Mun aims to understand biopsychosocial individual differences in pain coping and adjustment, the role of sleep/circadian rhythm and cannabis use in pain and opioid use, as well as treatment and prevention of chronic pain, substance use disorders (particularly opioid use disorder), and sleep disorders.