Moving to UNIST BME

We will move to the Department of Biomedical Engineering at UNIST, starting from Jan 1st, 2019, and the lab is located in Engineering Building IV. We have multiple positions available for highly motivated and enthusiastic postdoc and graduate student.    

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Professor of the Year Awarded

Prof. Joo was awarded the Professor of the Year Award for his contributions to research in University of Ulsan College of Medicine. This is one of the highest recognitions in the University of Ulsan College of Medicine, presented to the faculty.

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Invited talk at Nanopia 2018

Prof. Joo gave an invited talk at Nanopia 2018 held in Changwon Exhibition Convention Center (Nov. 8, 2018) Title: Self-reporting luminescent silicon nanoparticles for targeted nanomedicine

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POSCO TJ Park Science Fellowship awarded

Prof. Joo has been named as a recipient of the 2019 Cheong-Am Science Fellowship from POSCO TJ Park Foundation. The fellowship will support our research to build up systems nanobiotechnology for studying opsonization and immunogenicity of nanomedicine in vivo. This is a great honor and a tremendous stimulus for our group to continue the research […]

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Paper accepted in Translational Oncology

Our paper entitled “Multi-spectral fluorescence imaging of colon dysplasia in vivo using a multi-spectral endoscopy system” is accepted in Translational Oncology. This work reports endoscopy system enabling multiple fluorescent probe detection simultaneously with spectral separation. The study makes a step closer to translational endoscopic platform for highly accurate diagnostics.

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Paper accepted in Dyes and Pigments

Our paper entitled “A wavelength-tunable and facilely functionable D-A type nnaphthalene core skeleton: Synthesis, photophysical property, and bio-imaging applications for cells and tissues” is accepted in Dyes and Pigments. The work has been done in close collaboration with Prof. Dokyoung Kim’s lab at Kyung Hee University on the new fluorescent dyes for bioimaging.

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