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Nanobiomedicine Lab

Our research interest focuses on the application of nanotechnology and biomolecular engineering strategies for biomedical purposes, especially in healthcare. The first area is the development of novel sensing technologies for diagnosis of major human diseases (e.g. cancer, infectious diseases), as well as their applications in molecular profiling of target biomarkers. The second area of research is on studying the biological mechanisms in treatment response to nano-therapeutics, and exploiting these processes as targets to overcome the barriers in treatment (e.g. resistance) by utilizing different biomaterials or molecular engineering approaches.

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등록일2017-06-12

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스팸방지코드 :
Nanobiomedicine Lab
Hyun Jung Chung
1. Nanoparticle systems for biomedical applications,
2. Molecular diagnostics and biomarker studies,
3. Therapeutic materials and treatment response
Polymer science
Myungeun Seo
- Polymer Synthesis
- Nanostructuring
- Application
Nanophotonic Systems Lab
Hansuek Lee
On-chip nano/micro-photonic systems for
- Nonlinear phenomena and their applications
- Light-matter interaction control
- Pioneering mid-IR range
Biophysics Theory Group
Yong Woon Kim
Theoretical and Computational Biophysics
Nanosoft Condensed Matter and Complex Fluids
Non-equilibrium Fluctuations in Biological Systems
Soft Matter Nano-Assembly
Dong Ki Yoon
1. 3D patterning tools using LCs
2. LC behaviors in various boundary conditions
3. Advanced display applications based on ferro-LCs
4. Biomaterial based LC phases
Nano-Bio Imaging
Pilhan Kim
Advanced Nano-scale Bio-Imaging System
Dynamic Cellular Imaging of Live Animal
Ultrafast, Super-resolution Chemical Imaging System
Biosensor, Inertial Microfluidics
Wonhee Lee
- Calorimetric Biosensors
- Particle Self-assembly
Quantum Nano-bio Materials Simulation
Yong Hyun Kim
- First-principles electronic structure and molecular dynamics calculations with the state-of-the-art massively-parallel supercomputers
- Quantum nano-bio materials science
- Energy materials
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